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The Best Lego Star Wars Sets

The holidays are right around the corner, so you’ll need to start thinking about gifts for your family and closest friends. That might be a challenging task in some years—certain people are absolutely impossible to buy for—but 2022 is not one of those years for the right person. The Star Wars saga is far from over, and even if we haven’t gotten a new film since 2019’s Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the action and fun continue on people’s TV screens. New live-action series like The Mandalorian, The Book of Boba Fett, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Andor have been released in recent years, and it’s no surprise that Star Wars fans tuned into them. If you want to combine Christmas, Star Wars, and LEGO into the ultimate holiday present, you’ve come to the right guide.

LEGO offers building sets based on dozens of beloved, cherished properties, but none of them are as famous as their Star Wars sets. They continue to come up with brand-new sets and redesigned ships that kids or those who are kids at heart will love. Here are some of the best LEGO Star Wars sets you can buy in 2022. You can treat these sets as an investment because you can pass them down to your children and their kids in the future.

01 LEGO Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker - Millennium Falcon

Nothing in the Star Wars universe has been made and remade over and over again into a LEGO set as much as the Millennium Falcon—in fact; it’s not even the only Millennium Falcon on our list. Han’s instantly-recognizable ship has continued to be present throughout the sequel trilogy even with Han no longer around. Getting this newly-redesigned ship would be an excellent choice, especially if you loved The Rise of Skywalker. With 1,351 pieces, this Millennium Falcon is complex enough not to be completed in a single hour while also being much more user-friendly than the Falcon we have coming up on our list. It includes a whopping seven figurines, including Finn, Chewbacca, Lando Calrissian, C-3PO, Boolio, BB-8, and the new D-O droid. Plus, with rotating gun turrets, two spring-loaded shooters, and an opening cockpit, the adventures don’t have to end once you’ve finished your build. Once you finish completing the entire set, you will be amused with every inch of detail it has. This Millennium Falcon will already cost you a sizeable amount of money, but if you still have extra cash to spend, you can opt for a more premium and advanced version. 

Pros

  • Fantastic detail
  • Rotating gun turrets, two spring-loaded shooters, and an opening cockpit
  • Iconic design

Cons

  • Pricey

Specification

  • Price $158.90
  • Color Multicolor
  • Size One Size
LEGO Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker - Millennium Falcon

02 LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Millennium Falcon

For die-hard Star Wars fans, we bet spending around $833 for a LEGO set. The standard Millenium Falcon is great, but the Ultimate Millennium Falcon is much better. It’s their largest Millenium Falcon to date, and every tiny detail it has is jaw-dropping. The set comes with 7,541 pieces, so it will take a significant amount of time out of your day to build. It’s ideal for older, expert builders who want to keep it as a collectible. You will get classic crew minifigures like Chewbacca, Princess Leia, Han Solo, and C-3PO, and Star Wars Episode VII/VIII crew minifigures like Finn, Rey, and older Han Solo. The set’s main hold includes an engineering station, a combat remote training helmet, a Dejarik holographic game, and a seating area. On the other hand, its rear compartment has two escape pod hatches and an engine room with a console and hyperdrive. The Ultimate Millenium’s exterior is the highlight of the entire set because you can instantly admire its lowering boarding ramp, four-minifigure cockpit with detachable canopy, concealed blaster cannon, lowering boarding ramp, and removable hull panels. If you can afford its hefty price tag, you surely won’t regret choosing the Ultimate Millenium Falcon.

Pros

  • Jaw-dropping amount of detail
  • Several classic and Star Wars Episode VII/VIII crew minifugures

Cons

  • Not-so-easy to build, not really for children
  • Expensive

Specification

  • Price $836.21
  • Color Multicolor
  • Size Multiple
LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Millennium Falcon

03 LEGO Star Wars: The Mandalorian - The Razor Crest

Those who loved watching The Mandalorian on Disney+ will love building the Razor Crest LEGO Star Wars set. It’s a superb brick model of such an iconic starship, and kids as young as ten years old will have no problem putting it together. The set comes with a total of 1,023 pieces, so it isn’t that complicated. Included with the starship are several LEGO minifigures. You get The Mandalorian, the Child (Baby Yoda), Greef Karga, a Scout Trooper, and an IG-11 LEGO figure. All the minifigures come with weapons, so you can let your imagination go to work and have a little fun role-playing with them. The Razor Crest features a dual-cockpit, cargo hold with access ramps and opening sides, spring-loaded shooters, a detachable escape pod, a sleeping area, and carbonite bounty elements. The starship is filled with detail; even if you don’t play with it, it will make an excellent display piece. The Razor Crest LEGO Star Wars set isn’t that affordable, but we believe the price would be worth it if you’re a true fan of the franchise.

Pros

  • Interactive design
  • Can be built by kids as young as 10
  • Comes with The Mandalorian, the Child (Baby Yoda), Greef Karga, Scout Trooper, and a IG-11 LEGO minifigures

Cons

  • Pricey

Specification

  • Price $139.99
  • Color Multicolor
  • Size Multiple
LEGO Star Wars: The Mandalorian - The Razor Crest

04 LEGO Star Wars Boba Fett Helmet

Another LEGO Star Wars set that will make a great display piece is the Boba Fett Helmet. You might’ve loved seeing the legendary bounty hunter in The Book of Boba Fett, and you now want to add Boba Fett to your LEGO collection. The set only comes with 625 pieces, but it isn’t ideal for young kids. The company says that this particular set is for 18-year-olds and above. The helmet features excellent details, and its vibrant color makes it stand out. It’s about 4.5 inches wide and 8.5 inches tall, so it won’t take up too much space on your shelf. The Boba Fett Helmet comes with a sturdy bass with a nameplate, so even your friends and family who are unfamiliar with the character can learn his name. Adults who embark on building this helmet will find that it boosts their creativity and relieves some stress. LEGO included instructions with the set that they believe are easy to follow, but some users have reported that they received instructions that weren’t too clear to read because it was printed on black pages.

Pros

  • Iconic design with vibrant colors
  • Study bass with nameplate
  • Less expensive option

Cons

  • Meant for 18-year-olds or older
  • They could improve how they print their instructions

Specification

  • Price $51.99
  • Color Multicolor
  • Size Multiple
LEGO Star Wars Boba Fett Helmet

05 LEGO Star Wars: A New Hope Mos Eisley Cantina

The LEGO Star Wars: A New Hope Mos Eisley Cantina would be an exciting set to have if you were a fan of the Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope movie. The detail of this set is impressive, and it might feel like you have your own miniature set from the film. It comes with a total of 3,187 pieces, and LEGO advised that the set is for people who are at least 18 years old. The building kit has as many as 21 figurines. Enjoy the likes of iconic characters, bounty hunters, aliens, heroes, and smugglers. You will get characters like Obi-Wan Kenobi, Chewbacca, R2-D2, Labria, Garindan, and Ponda Baba. You even get a Dewback LEGO figure, so you can really add life to the Tatooine tavern. It’s easy to access the inside of the Mos Eisley Cantina since its roof is removable. It also has two attachable buildings and two Landspeeders. You can see different booths inside the building and be amazed by all its details. With all the detailed areas and characters you’re getting, you might even want to take photos and videos of scenes from the movie you recreate with all the figurines. Since the Mos Eisley Cantina is one of the more complex LEGO Star Wars sets, it’s no surprise that it sells for as high as $400.

Pros

  • Tons of minifigures
  • Impressive detail
  • Lots of opportunities to recreate scenes from Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope
  • Removable roof, two attachable buildings, and two Landspeeders

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Meant for 18-year-olds and above

Specification

  • Price $399.95
  • Color Multicolor
  • Size Multiple
LEGO Star Wars: A New Hope Mos Eisley Cantina

William Sattelberg

Oct 2, 2022

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