“Never tell me the odds” – Han Solo. Mix Lego with your favorite fantasy films and what do you have? You’ll have endless hours of exuberant fun while you construct challenging starships, warcrafts, droids, and battle scenes. With LEGO’s attention to detail and quality materials, the odds will never be against you.
Purchasing Lego sets used to be a tad easier back in the day, but like everything, modern times ensure that our selection of choices is aimed at being bigger and better than before. This means that selecting the perfect Lego Star Wars set that suits your mood is very likely to leave you “umming and aahing” as you flick through the catalogs of seemingly endless options. But we’ve got your back! Herewith our selection of the new Lego Star Wars sets for 2019.
The Best Lego Star Wars Set
LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Millennium Falcon is absolutely massive and has made its entrance as the biggest set currently made by LEGO. Measuring over 21 cm in height, 84 cm in length and 56 cm in width, this take on the Millennium Falcon will need more than a shelf-space for storage (perhaps its very own room would be best)! While it’s definitely one of the most expensive sets offered by the brand, it’s also one of their most superior features to date.
Lego has managed to create an astonishing interpretation of Han Solo’s Corellian freighter and the set features all the attributes that Star Wars fanatics could ask for. The collection includes both exterior and interior detailing, upper and lower quad laser cannons, landing legs, detachable cockpit, and dual spring-loaded shooters – to name but a few. Our handy guide to the top Lego robots features more great products like this.
Appears in Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens
The set includes the following character minifigurines: Han Solo, Chewbacca, Rey, Finn, Tasu Leechand BB-8 Astromech Droid
For ages 16 years and up
- Weight33.2 pounds
Not as complex as the Millenium Falcon, Episode VIII Kylo Ren’s Tie Fighter Lego Star Wars set is an easier challenge for kids ages 8 and up. This doesn’t mean it’s not an awesome adult set too, however. With 630 pieces and detailed model features, this is not only a fun construction game, but you can also set flight into a world of fantasy and imagination. If you plan on using this sleek black and a red craft for display purposes, make sure you’ve got enough space as it’s larger than the images might portray it to be (check the specs).
This set is quite versatile in that you can stick to the main shipbuilding instructions, or you can rearrange the pieces and mix and match with other sets to create your own original model. The Kylo Ren’s Tie Fighter battle adventure set features large wings, an open cockpit, and trigger-activated spring-loaded shooters. Make sure you also check our Marvel Lego Sets, for more amazing Lego products.
Appears in Star Wars: Episode VIII, The Last Jedi
The set includes Kylo Ren, a First Order TIE Pilot, a First Order Stormtrooper, plus a BB-9E figure
Ages 8 to 14 years
- Weight2.47 pounds
Master of the universe I am! If traveling to distant planets in search of adventure is your thing, then grab yourself a LEGO Star Wars Yoda’s Jedi Starfighter ship and start connecting the pieces that will help you take flight. The Jedi Master’s spacecraft of choice comes with folding wings, a front-and-top-opening Minifigure cockpit, space for R2-D2, and two laser cannons – making this a classic feature to your collection.
Standing over 7cm tall with a length of 15cm and 18cm in width, this little guy is on the smaller size. One of the less challenging Lego constructions sets, the Starfighter is more suited for kids between the ages of 8 to 12 than for adults who are looking for something testing and brain-boggling. Love Lego sets? Check out our Lego sets for adults review for our top picks.
Appears in Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Includes a Yoda’s mini figure, an R2-D2 figure, Yoda’s lightsaber and extra shooter ammo
Ages 8 to 12 years
- Weight12.8 ounces
Known as the fastest ship in the galaxy, this is one of the best Lego Star Wars Sets for those with a huge imagination. Travel with Han Solo, Chewbacca, and co. as you recreate the Kessel Run Millennium Falcon. Once your mission has been completed, grab yourself a freshly brewed coffee from the espresso machine in the miniature cockpit – this set certainly doesn’t skimp on detailed features.
This magnificent Star Wars brick set boasts hull plates that can be opened and closed, making access to the interior a dream. It also features a buildable hyperdrive with repair tools, rotating top and bottom laser turrets with 2 gunner seats, plus a detachable escape craft. One of the more recent kits on the market, the Kessel Run Millennium Falcon is a Lego Star Wars 2018 model that would make any kid (or man-kid) happy! We have also reviewed the best Lego City Sets so check them out as well.
Appears in Star Wars: Solo – A Star Wars Story
Includes a Han Solo figure, Chewbacca figure aQi’ra figure and many more character minifigurines
Ages 9 to 14
- Weight5.5 pounds
Engineer, problem solve, and practice creative thinking – and then finish off with fantasy play by recreating your favorite scenes from Star Wars: Rogue One. While Rebel U-Wing Fighter is one of the simpler Lego Star Wars sets, it’s not just a toy aimed at pleasing kids. This is a set that you definitely want to be added to your collection whether you are under 12 or way (way) beyond the age.
Featuring 4 big engines, Minifigure cockpit with doors that open, flexible side doors with pull-out stud shooters, dual spring-loaded shooters at the front, and finishing off with a rear storage hold and huge wings that sweep back – this authentic take on the U-Wing Fighter is detailed to the tee. While this ship is less popular and only features in Rogue One, it’s still a fun set and can be modified for preferred play requirements if need be. Find more great products like this by checking out our Lego Technic sets guide.
Appears in Star Wars: Rogue One, A Star Wars Story
The set comes with 5 figurines, including a U-Wing pilot, Bistan, JynErso, Cassian Andor and a Rebel Trooper
Ages 8 to 14 years
- Weight2.6 pounds
While Death Star is not a new Star Wars Lego set (it’s been available since 2016), it’s still one of the most popular models. This Lego brick replica of the Death Star is worth all of the hype and is definitely a “must-have” addition to a serious collection of Star Wars themed Lego sets. With over a whopping 4000 pieces, the spherical shape of the Death Star is immediately recognizable and as usual, LEGO goes out of its way to ensure that the finest of details are included in the model.
This magnificent set can offer hours of endless play, or you can impress your friends by setting it up as a display piece. The set features nearly every original room on the battle station of the evil Empire, almost to the tee. You can expect to find: the super-laser control room, Imperial conference chamber, hangar bay with moving launch rack, a turbo laser with spring-loaded shooters, and 2 movable turbo laser towers – to name but a few. While some have compared it to be too similar to its predecessor, the 10188, it certainly does have additional features and a more detailed interior, making it worth the extra cost. You may also like to check out Transformer toys review for more great toys.
Appears in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope and Episode VI Return of the Jedi
Comes with 23 mini figurines, including: Grand MoffTarkin, Darth Vader, Emperor Palpatine, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, C-3PO, a disguised Han Solo and 3 versions of Luke Skywalker.
- Weight20.6 pounds
Don’t let this cute little critter fool you into thinking that he doesn’t have much to offer! While BB-8 is small in size, he is full of personality and some nifty key features. The spherical structure looks compact but is made up of an impressive 1106 pieces, which is still a building challenge and will keep you busy for a good few hours. This dude will look awesome in a display case and the set includes a display stand, decorative fact plaque and a tiny solid BB-8 figurine to emphasise his worth as a valued Star Wars participant.
BB-8 proudly boasts a cheerful “thumbs up” feature which is pretty awesome, and his wobbly head is super cute, making him quite the novel toy. Heads up, the pieces are all on the smaller side, and connecting the finer pieces could become quite frustrating, especially for kids. Don’t forget to check out cool magnetic toys for more great toy ideas.
Appears in Star Wars: Episode VIII, The Last Jedi
Comes with a display stand that measures over 26 centimetres in length
Ages 10 to 16 years
- Weight2.95 pounds
Whoa! How awesomely fierce does this dude look? Recreate epic battle scenes from Star Wars, The Last Jedi with this versatile Assault Walker that boasts a posable head as well as legs, Minifigure cockpit that opens to expose fine interior detail, and last but not least, release the detachable canisters and fire them at the Resistance! Creative building and imaginative fantasy all packed into one of the best Lego Star Wars sets available.
Don’t be fooled by the pictures of this model you find online, he’s much larger in structure than you’d think – measuring at over 35 centimeters in both height and length, the First Order Heavy Assault Walker is not a force to be reckoned with! While he’s super fun to play with, his robot-like features make him an excellent display piece too. Make sure you also check our Lego Jurassic World Sets guide.
Appears in Star Wars: Episode VIII, The Last Jedi
Includes 5 minifigures, prepped and ready for battle (Captain Poe Dameron, Rey, a Resistance Trooper, First Order Walker Driver and a First Order Stormtrooper)
Ages 9 to 14 years
- Weight5.95 pounds
If it’s a little action you want, then look no further than this feisty quad jumper. Compact in size, this Lego set is loaded with weapons, and what’s even cooler is that there are multiple ways to “shoot” them out of their sockets, making this quite the interactive Star Wars toy.
LEGO sets are extremely versatile in that they encourage the use of logic and develop problem-solving skills. At the same time, they also have a way of igniting the imagination making room for creative story play – this especially applies to Star Wars Lego makes. Re-enact the movie as it happened, or change the storyline to whatever fits your mood. The Jakku Quad Jumper is one of the models that really feeds the imagination and with its interactive features and astounding attention to detail, it guarantees hours of fun! If you are looking for a cool present for your kid, check out our amazing nerf guns guide.
Featured in Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens
Includes the following five miniature figurines: Rey, Finn, Unkar’s Thug and a First Order Stormtrooper, plus a BB-8 figure
Ages 8 to 14 years
- Weight1.5 pounds
Round up the troops and get ready for action as you fight the Battle of Kashyyyk in this heavily armored Clone Turbo Tank that is an astounding replica of the action figure seen in the Star Wars movie: Revenge of the Sith. With fewer pieces than some of the more challenging Star Wars themed Lego sets, this model doesn’t skimp on detail and includes a hatchet that opens up to reveal a miniature AT-RT walker with a stud shooter and space for a mini-fighter figurine.
With 10 rolling wheels that include flexible suspension (a pretty awesome feature), this Lego battle tank is one versatile assault vehicle that promises hours of action-packed fun! Extend the observation post to watch out for enemy forces and as the enemy approaches, fire the spring-loaded shooters to keep them at bay and protect your crew from the Droid Army. Need a gift for nerds in your life? This can be a perfect solution!
Featured in Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith
Includes the following minifigurines: LuminaraUnduli, Quinlan Vos, Clone Commander Gree and Elite Corps Clone Trooper and 2 Battle Droids
For ages 9 to 14 years
- Weight3.2 pounds
Re-enact one of the most heart-stopping scenes from the Star Wars movie: The Empire Strikes Back when you capture Han Solo with this Slave I bounty-hunter spaceship. The ship is detailed to the tee and includes a rotating cockpit and wings, opening side hatches with hidden guns and missiles, 2 rotating dual shooters as well as a cargo hold. The cherry(ies) on the top, however, are the several transparent pieces that are used to give the ship a hovering effect when in a landing position and the magnificent display stand that really shows off this proud piece.
This ship really is a cool addition to any fleet, including a Lego one. And of course, what would the ship be without its pilot, Boba Fett, the legendary bounty hunter! With movable parts and weapons that spring from their carriers, this is another model that promises hours of imaginative play. And once again, like with many of the sets discussed, don’t be fooled by the size in featured images, once built, it’s quite large (22.9 x 14.9 x 4.7 inches). This is a perfect gift for Star Wars fans.
Featured in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back when
The set included the following minifigurines: Boba Fett, Bespin Guard, Stormtrooper, Han Solo and Han Solo in carbonite
For ages 14 and up
- Weight6.7 pounds
If you’re looking for something a little more “grounded”, then the Battle on Takodana 75139 model is probably the best Lego Star Wars set that’s recently been put on shelves. Recreating the scene from the Star Wars movie: The Force Awakens, this scene set-up is ready for any fan of the fantasy/sci-fi film series who wants to replay the action-packed moment where the heroes of the Resistance fight against Kylo and the First Order Stormtroopers(at the forest Castle).
This building-block replica of Maz Kanata’s intergalactic watering hole features walls that make up the courtyard, two large spires that sit at the large-doored entrance, and trees to imitate the foliage that surrounds the castle. A pretty cool addition is a fabric flag that hangs over the courtyard, which is said to be a hint on the location that the Lego set is derived from. While this might not be one of the most exciting sets, it sure is one that can complement your other models if you’re game for some fully-packed fantasy play. Star War fans will also love these cool Baby Yoda Mandalorian toys from our list. Check them out.
Featured in Star Wars: The Force Awakens
This set includes 5 minifigures: Finn, Maz Kanata, Kylo Ren and 2 First Order Stormtroopers as well as a variety of weapons and added costume accessories.
For ages 8 to 14 years
- Weight1.63 pounds
If you’re feeling brazen and heroic, perhaps you’d like to create this model that sets the scene for the rescuing of one of Star War’s most beloved characters; Han Solo. Battle Boba Fett, the infamous bounty hunter, and rescue Han from the deadly Carbon-Freezing Chamber. Featuring a control center, freeze bed with freeze function, a staircase, and a moving elevator – this Lego set will captivate you with its attention to detail and intriguing story-line.
If you’re looking for a more affordable kit that you can fill just a few hours of time with as you connect the pieces, then this is one of your possible options. While this model is simpler in design and functionality, like most Lego sets, it’s compatible with all LEGO construction pieces for more creative and interactive building. Anyhow, if the actual construction set is not of much value to you, the mini figurines should be! They’re the true highlight of this set and are what make it a good value for money.
Featured in Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back
This set includes Han Solo (both frozen and unfrozen), Boba Fett and an Ugnaught
From ages 7 to 12
- Weight2 pounds
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