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15 of the Best Lego Sets for Adults – August 2018

Posted by Jamie on August 8, 2018

Did you play with Legos when you were a kid? Do you still play with them today, or wish that you did? Well, we’ve got good news for you. If you haven’t checked out Lego sets since you were a kid, you might be pleased to know they just aren’t for children anymore. There are now tons of Lego sets created specifically for teenage or adult audiences, sets designed with thousands of pieces and elaborate instruction sets. These aren’t the one or two-hundred piece sets of yesteryear, they’re incredibly challenging, with long manuals and tons of pieces. Some of these sets are incredibly difficult to build without the focus and attention that comes with adulthood, while others include pneumatic components and other moving parts that are challenging to children to create and enable. Some sets are themed to suit adult tastes, like interests in automobiles or advanced architecture.

However, even with all these new and exciting sets, it’s not always easy to find a Lego set that suits you. Some of us want something professional-looking, to work on at night after a hard day of work. Others of us are still kids at heart and want to recreate those exciting days of youth when we were building our first sets, or we might be looking for something that we can build and complete with our own kids. Whatever you’re looking for in a Lego set, we think we’ve found some of the best ones on the market right now. Be warned, though, that these sets aren’t for the faint of heart or wallet. These extravagant Lego sets for adults don’t come at discount prices. Let’s take a look at fifteen of the best Lego sets for adults.

(Note that the prices on these sets do change over time; the prices listed were accurate as of August 2018 but may go up or down with demand or with price changes from Lego.)

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Sarah Shepard says:
Taj Mahal was definitely a favorite. It is a bit overpriced for what you get. Tower Bridge is another set that was worth the money but a bit hard to move after set up. My last set that I own on this article is the Assembly Square. Again, another good set but way overpriced.
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