LEGO Icons Medieval Town Square (10332) Officially Revealed

8th February 2024

LEGO Icons Medieval Town Square box
LEGO Icons Medieval Town Square back of box

Medieval Town Square

Set number: 10332

Price: £199.99 / $229.99 / €229.99

Pieces: 3,304

Available: 4th March 2024 (1st March 2024 for LEGO Insiders)

Where to buy?: View at the LEGO® Shop now!

Today LEGO have officially revealed the Medieval Town Square, which will be available at the beginning of March, with LEGO Insiders getting early access.

The set is a reimagined version of the Medieval Market Village set from 2009. It features two groups of buildings, with the one consisting of a watchtower and the Broken Axes Inn, while the other consists of an old farmhouse, a small cheese factory, and a shieldsmith's workshop. While this set has roots in the Medieval Market Village, there also appears to be some more links to other previous Castle sets. For example, the watchtower’s red timber panelling is reminiscent of the Guarded Inn from 1986.

LEGO Icons Medieval Town Square set

There are also side builds of a tree with wanted posters, a shop stall, and a tax collectors wagon. Unfortunately there's no horse to pull the wagon, but we do get another LEGO goat.

LEGO Icons Medieval Town Square set
LEGO Icons Medieval Town Square set

8 minifigures are included, which give us a crook, carpenter, tax collector, tapestry weaver, shieldsmith, tower guard, peasant boy, and inn owner.

LEGO Icons Medieval Town Square set

The set is built to the same scale as the Lion Knights Castle, which will please all Castle fans. Some people are already complaining about the lack of detail of certain surfaces, such as the roofs, but overall, this looks to be a set that balances playability and display value well.

When it goes on sale, the Medieval Town Square will set you back £199.99 / $229.99 / €229.99.

If you want to keep track of all other LEGO sets rumoured or known to be releasing this year, you can check out our 2024 sets tracker.

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Posted by Graham on 8th February 2024

Graham is a passionate LEGO collector, who has a penchant for the Castle, Pirates, and Western themes. You can usually find him monitoring the latest developments and giving his opinion on what's hot and not in the LEGO world.