Build Your Own Landmark At Home! Check Out The Сastle Neuschwanstein Nanoblock Set Review

If you have read my other blog posts, you know I love adding famous landmarks to my collection. While I enjoy putting together various characters, the landmarks give me the chance to break away from the usual themes.

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Сastle Neuschwanstein Nanoblock Set

  • Collection: Sights to See 
  • Difficulty level 3
  • About 30 min to finish
  • Comes with 400 pieces
  • Brick sizes start at 4x4x5 mm
  • Step-by-step instructions
  • 6 x 3 x 3 inches once assembled

My family enjoys helping me put together models such as the Сastle Neuschwanstein Nanoblock set. Building a model of a landmark is a great way to spend quality time with my family.

Of course, it is also easier to learn about the landmarks without making long trips with young children. Our biggest worry is losing the pieces to our sets.

Did you know that the Сastle Neuschwanstein set comes with extra pieces? All sets come with extra pieces, so we do not have to stress over losing any pieces to our sets.

You can learn more about this set by checking out my review. As you read through my review, you can find…

  • Details on the Сastle Neuschwanstein set.
  • Thoughts from other fans.
  • Information on the Сastle Neuschwanstein itself.

I have taken the time to research different blogs, websites and YouTube videos to ensure my review is full of accurate information.

Add More Landmarks To Your Collection With My Сastle Neuschwanstein Nanoblock Set Review

When I share a review of a landmark model set, I like to share information on the landmark itself. This way, you have an idea of what you are building with your set.

Therefore, I want to share some information on the Сastle Neuschwanstein before sharing my review of the set.

Information On The Сastle Neuschwanstein

The beautiful Neuschwanstein Castle is located in Bavaria, Germany.

It was commissioned by King Ludwig II of Bavaria in 1868, but he passed away before the final towers were added to the castle.

At first glance, you may think you are staring at the castle of a fairy tale story. The castle sits atop a rock ledge, surrounded by greenery and breathtaking mountain views.

Building The Castle

The construction of the castle started in 1868, and the final towers of the castle were added in 1892. Watch the history of this amazing building on the B1M channel:

The highest tower stands at 213 feet, and the total square footage of the castle is about 65,000 square feet. You may feel the castle is taller because it sits on top of the rock ledge.

The Castle Today

The castle is still open to the public today, with July and August being the busiest time for tourists. In fact, over 6,000 tourists visit the castle every day.

If you plan to visit the castle, you can purchase tickets at the ticket center in Hohenschwangau. It is best to get to the ticket center before it opens or later in the afternoon.

Сastle Neuschwanstein Nanoblock Set Review

The Сastle Neuschwanstein set gives you the opportunity to build a model of the popular landmark.

Nanoblock Neuschwanstein Castle Front Side

There are several versions of the castle set, but I think the versions have a very similar design. I own the castle set that lights up, and my whole family loves it.

I love the accurate details of the castle, from the blue towers to the surrounding greenery. You can even find sets that include a small person to enhance your display.

Сastle Neuschwanstein Nanoblock Set Dimensions

There are 400 pieces in this castle set, and this includes the extra pieces.

The smallest pieces measure 4 mm by 5 mm to create a small design with a precise fit. Once assembled, the castle measures 5.5 inches by 2 inches by 5.5 inches.

If you are looking for other landmarks to add to your collection, look no further than the Golden Gate Bridge Nanoblock set. You can find my review of the Golden Gate Bridge set by clicking here.

Сastle Neuschwanstein Nanoblock Difficulty Level

You know that Nanoblock sets are based on a difficulty scale of one to five. The easiest models are based at level one, and the most advanced models are based at level five.

I own the NBH-106 Neuschwanstein set, and it is based at level two because it is mostly easy to complete. However, there are versions of this set that are based at level three because they offer more of a challenge.

Nanoblock Sets Difficulty Levels

Christopher Tan is one of my favorite bloggers, and he had the following to say about the NBC-010 version of the castle set.

“It is not difficult to put together, but you will need some patience as there are a lot of tiny bricks involved. It took me around 50 minutes to build this.”

I have seen other fans state that the set I own also takes about 50 minutes to complete. It took me a little over an hour because I was building it with my children, but I think spending an hour is reasonable for building a castle model.

Did you know that Nanoblock offers a range of designs? In this article, I share my review of the Nanoblock Motorcycle set.

Сastle Neuschwanstein Nanoblock Set Instructions

Every set comes with a set of step-by-step instructions, but you can also find a copy of the Neuschwanstein set instructions online. This is great if you prefer to view a digital copy of the instructions.

I want to share some quick advice from ItsAllTrue.Net on following the instructions for the Neuschwanstein Castle set.

“Since all the pieces are flat, the instructions direct you to build it up layer by layer. This isn’t too difficult because all the previous layers are portrayed in light blue. This really helps to cut down on the confusion.”

I am not the only fan to share my thoughts on the Neuschwanstein Castle set. Jaabo37 shares their thoughts on this set in this video review.

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The Castle Neuschwanstein Nanoblock Set: Great Addition To Any Collection

I feel the Сastle Neuschwanstein Nanoblock set is a great addition to any collection. The accurate details and easier level create a fun project for all fans and collectors.

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