Classic LEGO set Majisto’s Magical Workshop re-imagined as Gift with Purchase 40601 [News]

Not content with releasing nostalgia-laden sets, LEGO has also been re-visiting some smaller classics as Gifts with Purchase. If you picked up 40567 Forest Hideout, the latest offering is sure to be worth a look as well. 40601 Majisto’s Magical Workshop is an update of the 1993 set of the same name. Composed of 365 pieces, also included are the titular wizard Majisto, alongside a female Dragon Knight. At the time of writing there is no information on how much you’ll need to spend to get your hands on it, or how long it will be available for. That said, LEGO Insiders weekend is coming at the end of this week, so there’s a good chance it will be available then.

40595 Majisto’s Magical Workshop | 365 pieces | Availability TBC | Min purchase of US $TBD | CAN $TBD | UK £TBD

Here’s the blurb on 40601, lifted from

Share your nostalgic love for an iconic LEGO® set with Majisto’s Magical Workshop (40601). 30 years on from the 6048 LEGO Majisto’s Magical Workshop set, this modern version captures many of the features of the original, opens out for easy viewingof the interior details and includes 2 minifigures – Majisto with a wand element and a knight. A fantastic gift for LEGO fans aged 12 and up, this construction model is perfect for building together as a family.

  • Majisto’s Magical Workshop building toy set (40601) – Share your passion for a classic LEGO® set with this modern version of the 6048 Majisto’s Magical Workshop set from 1993
  • Original details – The 367-piece model captures many original features and opens out for easy viewing of the interior. Includes a Majisto minifigure with a wand element and a knight minifigure
  • Gift idea for LEGO® fans aged 12 and up – The brick-built workshop measures over 7 in. (19 cm) high, 6.5 in. (17 cm) wide and 5 in. (13 cm) deep and can be built solo or as a fun family activity

5 comments on “Classic LEGO set Majisto’s Magical Workshop re-imagined as Gift with Purchase 40601 [News]

  1. Walter

    I prefer the original. That version is not better… Missing the glowing in the dark wand and the grim looking knight.

  2. James

    Yeah not a fan, between the knight, the axes, and the wand. Bought the Forest Hideout, not gonna get this.

  3. Johnny Johnson

    This is so weird. Why’d they put a nonfunctional balcony on it? Why’d they add a nonfunctional door? What’s with the totally vertical greenery? No dragons? No bird? No shield? They put no effort into making the roof a better roof? And the “workshop” inside is… invisible, I guess? This is terrible.

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