Biggest lego set part 1


Ever wondered what the largest LEGO sets were? We take a look at the 30 LEGO sets that will keep your creativity flowing for hours on end.

The LEGO brick is a wonderful invention that has helped fuel imaginations worldwide. Back in January 1958, when the LEGO brick we know and love today was perfected, sets consisted of just 100 pieces. The 1958 LEGO church was the largest set at 149 pieces(!)

But over the years the numerous ways these lovable studded bricks can be stacked together in different configurations has produced countless sets and memories. With many builders still enjoying LEGO as adults (AFOL) larger and maturer sets have become much more common.

With the release of the impressive new LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon in 2017 we felt it was worth taking a look at the top 30 largest commercially released LEGO sets of all time, and since that set was released we've been keeping this list up to date. With entries from Batman, Ghostbusters, Harry Potter, Disney and Star Wars, how many do you have in your collection?

Last updated: September 2020

This is the most up to date list on the web, containing all the 2020 entries (so far). Enjoy, share and please join us on Facebook!!


  • Set Number: 75192
  • Pieces: 7541
  • Minifigures: 10
  • Released: Oct 2017
  • Buy online: LEGO Store

7541 pieces of LEGO Millennium Falcon

Above: 7541 pieces of LEGO Millennium Falcon

LEGO's 75192 UCS Millennium Falcon contains 7541 pieces, setting the record for the largest individual LEGO set ever made (so far).

As the biggest set on the list the new UCS Millennium Falcon comes in an impressive box and contains a greater level of external detail than any Millennium Falcon set ever has before, as well as several interior sections such as the main hold, the rear compartment, the top gunnery station and the cockpit.

You can configure the model to both old and new Star Wars styles and pilot the ship with the most age appropriate Han Solo fit for the task.

This ginormous set costs US $799.99 / £649.99 / 799.99€ and will take around 24 hours to build. This seems like a lot of money, but if you're a collector you will notice from the discontinued sets below that these sets eventually sell for a serious premium.


  • Set Number: 71043
  • Pieces: 6020
  • Minifigures: 4
  • Released: Sept 2018
  • Buy online: LEGO Store

The LEGO Hogwarts Castle

Above: The LEGO Hogwarts Castle

Recently taking the crown for the largest non-Star Wars LEGO set, Hogwarts Castle measures over 22 inches (58cm) high, 27 inches (69cm) wide and 16 inches (43cm) deep. Recreating a landmark as big and grand as Hogwarts, this set is a micro-scale version of the school with an assortment of microfigures to fit inside.

The castle contains the Great Hall; moving staircases; classrooms for potions, Defence against the Dark Arts and other rooms from the series.

This set costs US $399.99 / £349.99 / 399.99€.


  • Set Number: 10189 / Re-released as 10256
  • Pieces: 5922 / 5923
  • Minifigures: 0
  • Released: Aug 2008 / Re-released December 2017
  • Buy online: LEGO Store

The LEGO Taj Mahal

Above: The LEGO Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal contains an impressive 5922 pieces. The set does an amazing job in recreating the ivory-white marble mausoleum.

Taking roughly 25 hours to build, the finished model is an impressive 20 inches (50cm) wide and 16 inches (40.6cm) tall which means you'll need to find an extra special place to display this special model.

The Taj Mahal was originally on sale between August 2008 and May 2011. It was re-released in December 2017 with the addition of 1 piece - a brick separator and retails for US $369.99 / £299.99.


  • Set Number: 75978
  • Pieces: 5544
  • Minifigures: 14
  • Released: Sept 2020
  • Buy online: LEGO Store

LEGO Harry Potter Diagon Alley

Above: LEGO Harry Potter Diagon Alley

LEGO Harry Potter makes a second entry at the top end of our chart with this superb recreation of Diagon Alley.

The set includes Ollivanders Wand Shop; Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes for all your silly supplies; Florean Fortescue's Ice Cream Parlor; Scribbulus Writing Implements stationery shop; Flourish & Blotts book shop and Quality Quidditch Supplies where you can pick up a new broomstick.

Measuring over a metre long, Diagon Alley can actually be separated in to four individual buildings that can be configured in any order to make the alley of your dreams. The bright colours and varied shops ensure that this whole build will be interesting from start to finish!

Diagon Alley is $399.99 / £369.99 and available right now.


  • Set Number: 10179
  • Pieces: 5197
  • Minifigures: 5
  • Released: Oct 2007

LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collectors Millennium Falcon

Above: LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collectors Millennium Falcon

Before 2017's Millennium Falcon there was already a rather large replica of Solo's "piece of junk". Weighing in at 5197 pieces, until recently this set was the definitive version.

The ship was the first Falcon to be built to minifigure scale and as so is over 33 inches (84cm) long, 22 inches (55cm) wide and 8 inches (20cm) tall. It comes with Han, Chewbacca, Obi-Wan, Luke and Leia minifigures to help you save the galaxy.

When it was on sale between 2007 and 2010 the set sold for US $499.99 / £349.99 but now it can be seen for around $3500 on eBay.


  • Set Number: 70620
  • Pieces: 4867
  • Minifigures: 16
  • Released: Sept 2017
  • Buy online: LEGO Store



LEGO's NINJAGO The Movie has spawned some awesome sets including this one - the NINJAGO City. This beautiful brightly coloured city sits over 3-levels all connected by a sliding elevator.

On the lower level you'll find a traditional fish market and house, together with a calming bridge over a stream and fishing boat. The second level contains a fashion store, comic book store and seafood restaurant. The top floor contains Lloyd and and Misako's apartment, together with a rooftop sushi bar and a radio tower.

With a terrific level of detail and lots to play with, this set should appeal to fans of NINJAGO and big LEGO builds alike. It costs US $299.99 / £259.99 / 299.99€.


  • Set Number: 75252
  • Pieces: 4784
  • Minifigures: 2
  • Released: Sept 2019
  • Buy online: LEGO Store

LEGO Imperial Star Destroyer

Above: LEGO Imperial Star Destroyer

Recreate your own opening sequence to Star Wars: A New Hope with this authentic LEGO replica of the Imperial Star Destroyer, complete with a to-scale version of the Rebels' Tantive IV starship to chase down. This fifth - and biggest - attempt from LEGO at producing a Star Destroyer - not that the other versions were small.

This mighty ship includes swiveling guns, a tilting radar dish, huge engine exhausts, intricate surface detailing and more grey bricks than you could ever imagine.

You'll need a fair bit of space to display this model as it measures over 17” (44cm) high, 43” (110cm) long and 26” (66cm) wide when placed on it's stand. You'll also need a fair bit of cash for it's whopping US $699.99 / £649.99 price tag!

Currently unrated



22nd Jul- 2020, by: Editor in Chief
524 Shares 4 Comments
Generic placeholder image
20 Oct- 2019, by: Editor in Chief
524 Shares 4 Comments
Generic placeholder image
20Aug- 2019, by: Editor in Chief
524 Shares 4 Comments


10Aug- 2019, by: Editor in Chief
424 Shares 4 Comments
Generic placeholder image
10Aug- 2015, by: Editor in Chief
424 Shares 4 Comments

More News  »

Biggest lego set part 2

Recent news


  • Set Number: 75827
  • Pieces: 4634
  • Minifigures: 9
  • Released: Jan 2016
  • Buy online: LEGO Store

The LEGO Ghostbusters Firehouse Headquarters

read more
2 months, 2 weeks ago

Biggest lego set part 1

Recent news

Ever wondered what the largest LEGO sets were? We take a look at the 30 LEGO sets that will keep your creativity flowing for hours on end.

read more
2 months, 2 weeks ago

Butterfly apolonia review

Recent news

Butterfly Tiago Apolonia ZLC

Butterfly Tiago Apolonia ZLC Blade
Approx. $ 260 USD

User Ratings (14)

Speed 9.2
Control 9.0
Stiffness 5.1   
Hardness 5.5   
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.4
Manufacturer Details
Speed 93
Control 75
Weight 90
Plies 7
Materials Inner fibers ZL Carbon
Thickness 5.6
There are 5 users using the Butterfly Tiago Apolonia ZLC.

read more
3 months ago

Crocodille locomotive - the new lego train set for adult

Recent news

10277 Crocodile Locomotive is the newest LEGO train set for adults [News]

LEGO has officially revealed the latest 18+ train set for adults, 10277 Crocodile Locomotive. The Swiss train is made up of 1,271 pieces used to create the brown electric locomotive, a buildable display base, an informational placard, and two conductor minifigures. The set will be available from LEGO starting July 1st for US $99.99 | CAN $149.99 | UK £89.99.

read more
3 months, 1 week ago

Donic Robopong 2050! Simply I love it!

Recent news

Newgy Robo-Pong 2050 Review: A Top-Rated Digital Robot?

Newgy Robo-Pong 2050 Table Tennis Robot Is An Advanced Training Gadget
Average: 3 (1 vote)

We created our Top 10 Ping Pong Robot Reviews with players in mind, and this Newgy Robo-Pong 2050 is one of the top-rated machines we have reviewed. Intended to give you an in-depth view of the entire market, we cover the different features, what functionality each robot has and what level of player it's designed for.

read more
6 months, 1 week ago

Nitrx-4Z rubber review

Recent news

Killerspin Nitrx 4z Killerspin Nitrx 4z Rubber

read more
6 months, 1 week ago

Killerspin Jet 800 N1

Recent news

Killerspin JET 800 Speed N1

$99.99 Save $10.00 (10%)
Rated 4.3/5

read more
7 months ago

Butterfly primorac carbon

Recent news

Butterfly Primorac Carbon

User Ratings (56)

Speed  9.3
Control  7.4
Stiffness  7.1   
Hardness  8.0   
Consistency  9.2   
Always identical
Overall  8.9
Manufacturer Details
Speed  9.5 / 12
Control  6.7 / 12
Weight  92g
Plies  5
Materials  3 plies of wood (Kiri center and Cypress/Hinoki outer plies), 2 plies of Tamca 5000 Carbon
Thickness  6.9mm
$114.99 Save $10.00 (9%)

Select handle type:

read more
7 months ago

More News »

Generic placeholder image

Collaboratively administrate empowered markets via plug-and-play networks. Dynamically procrastinate B2C users after installed base benefits. Dramatically visualize customer directed convergence without