If you’re an Adult Fan of LEGO, the chances are that you like your LEGO models BIG. And we bring good news: there are a heck of a lot of them out there. In fact, every year, LEGO seems to release more and more huge sets. Not so long ago, a “huge” set was 3,000 pieces. Now that’s nothing special. We see dozens of them every year. Now, we have sets over ten thousand pieces. And they’re only going to get bigger.
We’ve rounded up the ten biggest LEGO sets ever released. And we’ll keep this list updated as bigger sets enter the fold. Read on to find out what the biggest sets of all time are.
LEGO Art 31203 World Map
- Number of pieces: 11,695
- Release date: June 2021
- RRP £229.99
Can you even begin to imagine: over 11,000 pieces! Eleven thousand. This is the newest set on this list, and it’s also the biggest LEGO set ever. Being a LEGO Art set though, you’ll have some spare when you’ve finished building the World Map, but it’s still huge. This piece of art is designed to be hung on your wall when you’ve built it, and it’s over one metre long.
LEGO Architecture 10276 Colosseum
- Number of pieces: 9,036
- Release date: November 2020
- RRP £449.99
The grandness of the real Roman Colosseum is rivalled only by this LEGO replica. Over 9,000 pieces make up this beautiful model. Not only is it one of the biggest LEGO sets ever released, it’s also the biggest Architecture set by a huge margin. You’ll need a lot of storage space to put it on display though – its footprint is 52x59cm.
LEGO Star Wars 75192 Millennium Falcon
- Number of pieces: 7,541
- Release date: January 2018
- RRP £649.99
This huge LEGO Millennium Falcon, released in 2018, might just be the set that started off the trend of the biggest LEGO sets ever, getting bigger and bigger. Containing 7,541 pieces, the finished ship is 84cm long and 56cm wide. In other words, it’s huge. It’s also the joint-most expensive LEGO set available. We do wonder how long until a set more expensive comes along…