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Top 5 Lego Sets for Star Wars Fans

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Lego has branched out into making many different sets for a wide variety of franchises, and Star Wars is not an exception. The huge range of Lego products for Star Wars alone is astonishing.

As Star Wars is one of the most beloved franchises in the world, it only makes sense that the Star Wars Lego sets are also of similar prestige and popularity.

From smaller, less expensive sets, to the grand and more pricey options available, the sheer amount of sets available is ever-expanding and can therefore make it difficult to narrow down your choices.

In this article we will be going over the Top 5 Lego Sets for you Star Wars fans out there, to help guide you towards the best set for you.

If you love lego building and want to start taking it seriously as a hobby. You can check out our complete guide to lego as a hobby here.


Top 5 Lego Star Wars Sets

5. New Release

LEGO Star Wars: The Mandalorian Series The Child 75318
  • Cute Collectible – Features a charming Mandalorian Grogu figure, aka Baby Yoda buildable toy, from Star Wars: The Mandalorian, complete with all of its cute features
  • Build and Display – Bring Grogu to life when playing, with a posable head, mouth, and ears allowing for a range of lovable expressions
  • Gearshift Accessory – The set also includes a gearshift knob from the Razor Crest spaceship – the Child’s favorite toy – which can be placed in Grogu’s hand

4. Must have set

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LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon 75257 Building Set
  • Rotating Turrets Included – Features a rotating top/bottom turrets (bottom one fits 2 minifigures), 2 spring-loaded shooters, a lowering ramp, and an opening cockpit for an action-packed play experience.
  • Detailed Interior Design – Interior details include a cargo area with 2 containers, navigation computer with rotating chair, hidden smuggling compartment, and a hyperdrive for an immersive Star Wars experience.
  • Additional Model Features – This Corellian freighter model also includes a couch and Dejarik hologame table, galley, bunk, and the hyperdrive’s repair tools for added play.

3. Editors Favorite

LEGO Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Resistance Y-Wing Starfighter 75249 New Advanced Collectible Starship Model Building Kit
  • Build, play with and display a collectible missile-firing, bomb-dropping LEGO Star Wars Resistance Y-wing advanced starship model, featuring a new-for-October-2019 color scheme as seen in the Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker movie
  • This collectible Star Wars playset includes 5 LEGO Star Wars characters; Poe Dameron, Zorii Bliss and First Order Snowtrooper minifigures, and D-O and astromech droid These LEGO minifigures get the action started right away
  • This LEGO Y-wing Starfighter model, aka wishbone, has lots of features that kids and adult collectors will really appreciate, including an opening cockpit, firing spring-loaded shooters and bomb elements that can be dropped

2. Fan Favorite

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LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Attack 75237 4+ Building Kit
  • Build an iconic LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter with special Starter Brick elements to get your child playing while building in an instantly recognizable Star Wars universe
  • This safe learning set includes 2 LEGO Star Wars minifigures: a TIE Fighter Pilot figure and a Rebel Fleet Trooper figure
  • The simple guide to build and play will help your young starship builder understand the purpose of the building steps, and grow their confidence for the perfect start to LEGO brick building
LEGO BrickHeadz Star Wars The Mandalorian & The Child 75317 ‘Baby Yoda’ Building Toy
  • This Star Wars collectable set features LEGO BrickHeadz build-and-display models of The Mandalorian and the Child
  • LEGO buildable Mandalorian figure has signature weapons – a blaster rifle clipped on the back and a blaster pistol in hand
  • The Baby Yoda figure (The Child) has adjustable ears for different expressions, and it sits in a hoverpram ‘floating’ on 4 transparent elements

Buyers Guide

What is the range of prices?

When talking about Lego Sets, prices can start at as little as around $10-15 and, for Star Wars sets specifically, end up at around $700.

The range of these prices depend on the complexity and amount of pieces involved – a limited edition set may also be more expensive than a similar but non-limited edition.

In between these extremes, there is an abundance of sets that exist and luckily most occupy the lower end of the price range.

However, there are sets that are around the $500-600 mark and are closer to the awesome scale of the high-end sets but will not be quite as hard-hitting financially.

What are the usual Brick Sizes?

In terms of brick sizes, what you will tend to notice is that the range of sizes involved in the set tend to become greater the larger the build is overall.

This may not always be the case, there are some builds that rely mostly on the smaller Lego bricks and some that rely more heavily on the larger Lego bricks.

There are also some types of bricks that are more unique to the Star Wars builds. Bricks such as lightsaber blades are seldom found in other kinds of Lego sets from other franchises.

What difficulty should I expect?

As a general rule, the difficulty of Lego Sets will usually increase with the price and the size of the set overall. This is especially true for the Star Wars Lego sets.

An example of this would be the Lego Death Star set which is equally as large as it is expensive and can be quite a difficult set to build. This of course can be a rewarding challenge should that be what you are looking for.

There are, of course, complex and challenging Lego Sets that are not as expensive as the iconic Death Star and Star Destroyer sets and so if you are looking for an interesting challenge without the price tag, this is available to you.

What will affect build times?

The overall build time of a Lego Set is, more often than not, directly tied to the difficulty and size of the set. As a set becomes larger and more complex it is only natural for the build time to increase.

If you are in the market for a Lego Set with a long build time, maybe you enjoy the process of building the set more than the finished product, then there are plenty of options to choose from (although will tend to be more expensive).

However, if you would prefer a shorter build time these too are also available in a wide variety of choices and so there is something for everyone.


Can I find my favorite Star Wars characters?

Given how long Lego has been making Star Wars sets, it is almost a guarantee that you can find even some of the most obscure characters in their Lego forms.

Star Wars characters from all forms of media in the franchise can often be found in Lego Sets and so, if you have a particular character in mind, they are most likely only a quick Google search away.

Some characters may be a part of a set that is no longer being sold by usual retail outlets. If this is the case then you can find them either being resold or you can keep an eye out for any new sets that may contain them.

Are there Lego Star Wars sets for boys?

If you happen to be looking for a Star Wars Lego set for a boy, maybe a son, nephew, or a gift for a birthday party, then you are in luck as there are plenty of Lego sets aimed towards boys.

Of the Star Wars Lego sets, many of them are certainly aimed towards boys and offer a wide range of choices for potential sets that would make a great addition to any young Star Wars fan collection.

Try asking them which aspect of Star Wars they like the most and gear the type of set they might want towards that.

Can you find Lego Star Wars sets for girls?

Although they may not be as common as they might be for boys, you can certainly find Star Wars Lego that would appeal to girls. These kinds of sets have become more common as more girls start enjoying Star Wars.

You can find Lego sets that include characters such as Rey, or Princess Leia and so these may have some appeal to a young girl who is a Star Wars fan.

Of course, they may like just the same characters as a boy would so it is worthwhile to get their opinion before you make a purchase.

Are there Lego Star Wars sets aimed at Adults?

If you happen to be an adult Star Wars fan who enjoys building Lego to add to their collection of memorabilia, you can certainly find some sets that would appeal to you.

They may not be aimed directly at adults but you can still appreciate them nonetheless. You may find that the more challenging, larger builds have more appeal.

If you have been a fan for a long time then you may find it rewarding to build sets that tap into your nostalgia, maybe something like a Millennium Falcon Lego set.

Final Thoughts

Lego Building can be a great hobby for Star Wars fans of all ages.

After you consider aspects such as difficulty, build time, and the price, you can get right to enjoying yourself.

Hopefully, this article has been helpful in helping you find the right set for you.

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