The Five Most Expensive Lego Sets in the World

There aren’t a lot of children’s toys that can say they are still relevant in today’s market even after being around for more than 85 years already. Legos have been around for so long, yet they still manage to adapt and relate to all age groups and to all niches. That’s really what makes Legos the classic toys that they really are. Many people collect Legos for various reasons, and the company has responded by giving all Lego enthusiasts many Lego sets that are really worth creating or collecting. Here are some of those sets that are also the most expensive in the world.

Star Wars Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Falcon – $799.99

It wouldn’t have been smart for Lego not to jump on the rebooted Star Wars bandwagon. As a matter of fact, Lego actually has several Star Wars sets that vary in sizes and prices. The most expensive and insanely challenging of all those sets is the Millennium Falcon. Priced at just under $800, this set has a total of 7,541 pieces. It’s the most detailed and largest Falcon model Lego has ever created. It features some of our favorite character minifigures: Han Solo, Princess Leia, Chewbacca, and C-3PO. The Millennium Falcon is the ultimate Lego set for the biggest Star Wars fan, and it’s also going to be one of the most challenging sets anyone could ever put together.

Death Star – $499.99

Another Star Wars reference makes it on this list, showing us just how popular the Star Wars Lego sets truly are. The Death Star is the battle station of the Evil Empire. It has a total of 4, 016 pieces that are suitable for anyone aged 14 years or older. The set contains an impressive number of 23 Star Wars minifigures including our favorites again plus more. We’ll see 3 different versions of Luke Skywalker in this collection plus more. The Death Star may take hours to build, but you’ll also spend hours just admiring the handiwork. You’ll easily also spend hours playing with the finished Death Star, unless you’re the type who’d rather admire your handiwork from far away.

Taj Mahal – $369.99

The Taj Mahal Lego set is a Lego Exclusive. It’s probably one of the most stunning sets you could ever put together with its beautiful ivory-white pieces representing the marble of the actual Taj Mahal. Containing 5,923 pieces, you can expect to put in the hours to finish up this project, but don’t worry because it’ll be highly enjoyable to do. You’ll feel like you’re building the Taj Mahal yourself by putting this Lego set together. It’s a huge piece that utilizes 6 6×32 baseplates, and it measures over 16” in height. The Taj Mahal Lego set is certainly one of those sets that you can proudly display some place in your home. It’ll be a reminder that you can do the almost impossible, as evidenced by your precision in building such a fantastical Lego set.

The Disney Castle – $349.99

When you walk through Disney Springs, some of the things you’ll see are the gigantic and true to size Lego creations surrounding the Lego store. It’s a way to showcase the possibilities of Lego building. One of those is the exclusive Lego set that depicts the Disney castle. It costs $349.99, and it’s one of the most iconic Lego sets there ever was. The Disney castle itself is such an important icon in today’s all-encompassing entertainment industry. Everyone loves the castle, but imagine being able to build it. With 4,080 pieces, this is probably one Lego set that you wouldn’t be able to resist playing with. It comes with all the best Disney characters and some.

Ghostbusters Firehouse Headquarters – $349.99

After putting together 4,634 pieces, you can finally have the original Ghostbusters Firehouse Headquarters as part of your Lego collection. The reason why this set is so expensive is due to the fact that it’s just so rare to find. It’s designed very well with all its rooms and various configurations, and it even comes with 9 minifugres including the original Ghostbusters and some of their favorite spooky friends: Library Ghost and a Zombie Driver. If you happen to get your hands across one of these, take it and never let it go. It probably won’t come your way twice.


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