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The Best LEGO Ninjago Sets Currently Available

LEGO’s Ninjago range is one of its most popular own-brand ranges. It’s been running for over 10 years, and in that time hundreds of different sets have come and gone. It’s even spawned a successful TV series, and a LEGO movie. But what are the best sets from the range?

Some of our all-time favourite LEGO Ninjago sets have long since retired (that’s a list for another day!), but plenty of great ones are currently available. It’s a fast-changing range, so we’ll keep this list updated as new sets become available and old sets retire. Read on to see our pick of the five best LEGO Ninjago sets currently available.

LEGO Ninjago 71746 Jungle Dragon

  • Release date: March 2021
  • RRP £34.99
  • 506 pieces

We love a dragon, and the LEGO Ninjago Jungle Dragon is just delightful. Reasonably priced, its bold green colour stands out. There’s also an excellent selection of minifigures available: Jungle characters PoulErik and Thunder Keeper are delightfully unique.

LEGO Ninjago 71738 Zane’s Titan Mech Battle

  • Release date: January 2021
  • RRP £54.99
  • 840 pieces

We love a mech almost as much as we love a dragon, and that’s why Zane’s Titan Mech Battle is one of the best LEGO Ninjago sets currently out there. It’s also a 10th Anniversary set, which means it comes with a limited edition ‘golden’ minifigure. At 10 inches tall, it’s no slouch, and some great detailing makes it a mech well worth the money.

LEGO 71741 Ninjago City Gardens

  • Release date: January 2021
  • RRP £274.99
  • 5,685 pieces

The biggest ever LEGO Ninjago set is also, unsurprisingly, one of the best ever sets in the range. Ninjago City Gardens packs in a ridiculous amount of detail and, if you have them, it’s designed as a companion piece to Ninjago City and Ninjago City Docks, both now retired. With a whopping 19 minifigures, there’s a lot to love here.

LEGO Ninjago 71756 Hydro Bounty

  • Release date: June 2021
  • RRP £119.99
  • 960 pieces

What makes the Hydro Bounty one of the best LEGO Ninjago sets currently available is the sheer scale of it. It’s 60cm long, which is rather impressive. And with 10 minifigures and lots of moving parts, it makes for a great playset.

LEGO Ninjago 71755 Temple of the Endless Sea

  • Release date: June 2021
  • RRP £89.99
  • 1,060 pieces

There have been some fantastic Ninjago temples over the years. And while Temple of the Endless Sea might not be our favourite ever, there’s a lot to like here. We love the aqua-coloured bricks, perfect for representing its underwater theme. And the huge sea serpent – Wojira, apparently – does a great job of adding a centrepiece.

Written by Kim

Hi, I'm Kim, the creator of I loved Lego as a kid, but didn't get back into the plastic bricks until my late 20s. In the last several years that love has become an obsession, and Lego has taken over my house, and my life! When I'm not building Lego, I'm likely to be playing video games or writing about them: I'm also the co-owner of

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