The Top 10 Biggest LEGO Star Wars Sets Ever

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When LEGO started producing Star Wars sets in 1999, I don't think anyone expected it become as big a culture phenomenon as it has.

Over the last 20 plus years, the LEGO theme that's set in a galaxy far, far away has produced hundreds of ships, locations and characters sourced from the Star Wars franchise.

Over time LEGO Star Wars sets have only got bigger and bigger, so we thought we'd take a look at what are the top 10 biggest LEGO Star Wars sets of all time.

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10. LEGO Star Wars Mos Eisley Cantina

  • set: 75290
  • pieces: 3,187
  • minifigures: 21
  • Availability: Out now

Probably one of the most iconic locations from any Star Wars theme, the Mos Eisley Cantina contains all the kinds of detail and minifigures you'd expect from a wretched hive of scum and villainy.

The set opens up so you can re-enact your own bar brawls before making your escape.

It's so great, we listed it in our top 10 best LEGO sets available now feature.

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9. LEGO Republic Gunship

  • set: 75309
  • pieces: 3,292
  • minifigures: 2
  • Availability: Out now

From the Clone Wars era, the LEGO Star Wars Republic Gunship was voted for by the fans as the 2021 release for the UCS collection.

Sporting 3,292 pieces, the set strays away from Star Wars' typical greys for a maroon and white look that is striking to display.

Two minifigures - Clone Trooper Commander and Mace Windu - come ready to ride on board, but there's lots of room for more to join the fun.

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8. LEGO Star Wars Sandcrawler

  • set: 75059
  • pieces: 3,296
  • minifigures: 7
  • Availability: Retired

The Jawas' desert roaming vehicle, the Sandcrawler, made a big impression during the early scenes of the first Star Wars movie as C-3P0 and R2-D2 were captured.

Here it is recreated in LEGO and it looks glorious. Measuring 24cm (9 inches) high, 48cm (18 inches) long and 16cm (6 inches) wide, it is an impressive build.

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7. LEGO Star Wars Death Star II

  • set: 10143
  • pieces: 3,441
  • minifigures: 0
  • Availability: Retired

While the other Death Star sets found on this list opt to show a playable interior, this set instead shows off a detailed exterior.

Containing 3,441 pieces, the partially constructed Death Star includes an Imperial Star Destroyer to show scale. The set measures a full 25 inches (63.5cm) high and 19 inches (48cm) wide. Perfect for inciting fear in to your LEGO Ewok buddies!

Originally costing US $269.99 / £249.99, you can now expect to drop over $1500 for a new edition of this model.

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6. LEGO Star Wars Death Star 2008

  • set: 10188
  • pieces: 3,803
  • minifigures: 24
  • Availability: Retired

This 3,803 piece Death Star was on-sale for an incredible 7 years. Why didn't you pick it up?!

Featuring an open playset of the interior of the Death Star and a laser beam capable of destroying any nearby LEGO planets, there's a lot to enjoy about this set.

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5. LEGO Star Wars Death Star 2016

  • set: 75159
  • pieces: 4,016
  • minifigures: 27
  • Availability: Retired

The re-release of the Death Star added Darth Vader's TIE Advanced Fighter and additional details throughout the set.

It also helped keep the re-sell price of the 2008 version down, until it retired itself.

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4. LEGO Star Wars UCS Imperial Star Destroyer

  • set: 75252
  • pieces: 4,784
  • minifigures: 2
  • Availability: Out now

The LEGO Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer is the most expensive LEGO set ever released thanks to its larger pieces and Star Wars licensing premium.

It measures over 1 metre long though, so it'll look very impressive on display - if you can find somewhere it will fit.

This Imperial Star Destroyer is 1,600 pieces larger than the previous largest (Super) Star Destroyer... which goes a little against Star Wars lore where the Super Star Destroyer is meant to be larger than the Imperial Star Destroyer. But maybe a day will come where there's an even larger Super Star Destroyer!

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3. LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon 2007

  • set: 10179
  • pieces: 5,197
  • minifigures: 5
  • Availability: Retired

The slightly smaller of two Falcon sets on this list, there's still a lot to love about this set from 2007.

At the time of it's release, it was the biggest LEGO set ever created.

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2. LEGO Star Wars UCS AT-AT Walker

  • set: 75313
  • pieces: 6,785
  • minifigures: 9
  • Availability: Out now

With 6,785 pieces and measuring 62cm (24.5 inches) high, you could say the LEGO AT-AT Walker is on the large side.

But it does a lot with the space, with four large legs filled with gears and Technic pieces to keep it always standing upright; and an interior that can be filled with up to 40 LEGO Star Wars minifigures, 4 speeder bikes and the E-web heavy repeating blaster.

When it's towering over and protecting your dog or cat, you'll know you made the right choice.

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1. LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon

  • set: 75192
  • pieces: 7,541
  • minifigures: 10
  • Availability: Out now

Once the biggest LEGO set of all time, the LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon is still a beast with 7,541 pieces.

Building the Falcon is an incredible experience, taking around 24 hours from start to finish. The detail on the exterior is incredible; and the interior views are pretty special too.

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