The Biggest LEGO Star Wars Sets Ever Released

The question everybody wants to know – what are the BIGGEST LEGO Star Wars sets ever made? From LEGO’s first blast into the Star Wars scene over two decades ago in 1999 until today, their sets have only grown in piece count and detail.

So strap in and let’s take a look at the 13 biggest LEGO Star Wars sets: (and hold onto your wallets…)

*Some of the older sets in this article have been discontinued by LEGO and are no longer in production, but most of the retired ones can still be found on eBay and/or Amazon (if you’re willing to pay a premium).

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Set NamePiece CountWhere to Buy
13. Super Star Destroyer (10221)3,152eBay / Amazon
12. Mos Eisley Cantina (75290)3, / Amazon
11. Republic Gunship (75309)3, / Amazon
10. Sandcrawler (75059)3,296eBay / Amazon
9. Death Star II (10143)3,441eBay
8. Death Star – 2008 (10188)3,803eBay / Amazon
7. Death Star – 2016 (75159)4,016eBay / Amazon
6. Imperial Star Destroyer (75252)4,784eBay / Amazon
5. Millennium Falcon – 2007 (10179)5,197eBay
4. Venator (75367)5,
3. Razor Crest (75331)6, / Amazon
2. AT-AT (75313)6, / Amazon
1. Millenium Falcon – 2017 (75192)7, / Amazon

13. UCS Super Star Destroyer
#10221 / 3,152 Pieces / 2011

Lego Star Wars UCS Super Star Destroyer

Starting off our biggest LEGO Star Wars sets at #13 is a classic – Vader’s very own Super Star Destroyer. This set is truly a behemoth, coming in at 49 inches long and clocking over 8 lbs on the scale. Released in 2011 with an impressive 3152 pieces, this set is a highly desirable display piece for avid collectors. Like most UCS sets, it includes a sturdy stand (made from LEGO) and an informative display card.

This “Executor” class of Star Destroyer can be found in Star Wars Episode VI as Darth Vader’s personal command ship during the Battle of Endor (before Rebel pilot Arvel Crynyd rams his A-wing into the command bridge and causes the “Executor” to come crashing down into the Death Star II).

RIP Super Star Destroyer!

While this set is mainly designed to be a display piece, it does have a (small) interior, where you can lift a section off the center piece to reveal a command center:

Lego Star Wars UCS Super Star Destroyer Interior

Minifigures include:

  • Darth Vader
  • Admiral Piett
  • Dengar
  • Bossk
  • IG-88
Lego Star Wars UCS Super Star Destroyer Minifigures
Lego Star Wars UCS Super Star Destroyer

LEGO UCS Super Star Destroyer 10221 Specs:

Release Date1 September 2011
Retire Date31 December 2014
Original Price$399
Current Value (new)~$1,100+
Piece Count3,152
Set Dimensions49 x 14 x 10 in.

View Super Star Destroyer

12. Mos Eisley Cantina
#75290 / 3,187 Pieces / 2020

Lego 75290 Mos Eisley Cantina with stormtrooper

“You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. We must be cautious.”

– Obi-Wan Kenobi

Is it one of the most iconic Star Wars locations ever? The Mos Eisley Cantina is certainly up there on the list, as this dimly lit tavern (known for its live music, strong drinks, and occasional outbreaks of violence) has been a fan favorite spot for 45 years since we first followed Luke and Old Ben’s journey there in Episode IV.

When LEGO released this massive set as part of their Master Builder Series in 2020, fans were delighted to discover the set would include a whopping 21 minifigures (with several of these being exclusive figures) and a massive, interactive, playable interior.

The set is unique in that the entire interior can be opened up via the easily removable roof to reveal a highly detailed (and surprisingly accurate to the films) bar area with accompanying booths on either side.

Especially cool is the inclusion of the Tatooine famous cantina band – Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes (Star Wars trivia, anyone?) who get their own little stage area to perform.

For this first time ever for Star Wars fans – this set includes a LEGO version of the Dewback, complete with a removable saddle and a little watering hole built into the side of the building.

And what Cantina set would this be without including arguably the hottest debated scene in all of Star Wars: “Who Shot First?” – Han or Greedo? There’s even a cool play feature where Greedo can be knocked off his seat.

The set features a separate structures, which can be connected to the main Cantina if desired, or left as a separate area for play. This bonus Jawa’s Shop is filled with all sorts of interesting tools, spare parts, and even a hidden lightsaber crystal. Especially observant builders will even notice a small “Wanted” posted for R2-D2 and C-3PO.

Another nice addition is the moisture vaporators connected to the side of the Cantina, a common sight on the desert planet of Tatooine.

Coming in at 3,187 pieces, this set is a worthy addition as #12 on this list of biggest LEGO Star Wars sets released, and will provide hours of play for kids, or serve as an impressive display piece for adults.

Minifigures include:

  • Luke Skywalker
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi
  • C-3PO
  • R2-D2
  • Han Solo
  • Chewbacca
  • Wuher
  • Greedo
  • Ponda Baba
  • Dr. Evazan
  • Sandtrooper Squad Leader
  • Sandtrooper
  • 3x Bith Musicians
  • Garindan
  • Labria
  • Hrchek Kal Fas
  • Momaw Nadon
  • Kabe
  • Jawa
Lego 75290 Mos Eisley Cantina all minifigures

LEGO Mos Eisley Cantina 75290 Specs:

Release Date1 October 2020
Piece Count3,187
Set Dimensions30 x 16 x 8 in.

View Mos Eisley Cantina

11. UCS Republic Gunship
#75309 / 3,292 Pieces / 2021

Lego 75309 Republic Gunship displayed

Coming in at #11 on our biggest Star Wars lego sets list is the winning fan vote for the 2021 UCS set, the Republic Gunship from Episode II. Prequel sets seem to not get too much love from the LEGO designers, so it’s nice to see such a well designed UCS set from the prequel era. In addition, the white, lime green, and maroon color scheme is a welcome change from the typical “gray, black, and more gray” Star Wars ship we frequently see.

In typical UCS fashion, this set comes with a nice, detailed plaque and a sturdy technic stand. This ship displays phenomenally well, and is surprisingly big – with a wingspan of 29 inches!

More Star Wars trivia: while this ship is known to most as simply the “Republic Gunship”, the technical model name for it is the Low Altitude Assault Transport (LAAT), and it features many details that are faithful to the original:

  • Dual domed pilot cockpits
  • Swing-out spherical gun turrets
  • 2 cannons on top
  • Swivel gun turrets
  • Rear hatch

While this ship is NOT minifigure scale, it still comes with 2 figures, most noticeably an exclusive redesigned Mace Windu with his trusty purple lightsaber. Since this is advertised as an Episode II set from the Battle of Geonosis, I would have expected it to also include Episode II versions of Anakin and Padme, since they were also heavily featured on this ship. But, we’ll take what we can get, and since this is a non-minifigure scaled ship, it should be solely judged on the quality of the ship’s build itself, which it scores practically flawlessly in.

Minifigures include:

  • Jedi Mace Windu
  • Clone Commander
Lego 75309 Republic Gunship UCS plaque

LEGO UCS Republic Gunship 75309 Specs:

Release Date1 August 2021
Piece Count3,292
Set Dimensions29 x 27 x 13 in.

View Republic Gunship

10. UCS Jawa’s Sandcrawler
#75059 / 3,296 Pieces / 2014

LEGO 75059 UCS Sandcrawler with minifigures

Trust George Lucas to somehow make large, brown square in the desert interesting, but the Jawas’ desert roaming fortress-on-wheels has been an iconic Star Wars vehicle since we first saw C-3PO and R2-D2 captured in it in the original film, before eventually finding their way to Luke Skywalker.

The UCS version of this Sandcrawler from 2014 is an impressive sight to say the least, making good use of the 3,296 pieces and measuring 18″ long and 9″ high – good enough for #10 on our list of biggest Star Wars sets.

Features include:

  • Large & detailed interior including a cockpit, engine room, and storage bay
  • 8 steerable tracks
  • Removable top for play access
  • Retractable front ramp
  • Openable side flaps
  • 2 interior cranes with liftable storage boxes
  • A speeder bike
  • Stock parts for droid repair

Minifigures include:

  • Luke Skywalker
  • Uncle Owen
  • C-3PO
  • R2-D2
  • 4x Jawas
  • R2 unit
  • R1-series Droid
  • Gonk Droid
  • R5-D4
  • Treadwell Droid
LEGO 75059 UCS Sandcrawler minifigures

LEGO UCS Sandcrawler 75059 Specs:

Release Date1 May 2014
Retire Date31 December 2016
Original Price$299
Current Value (new)~$500+
Piece Count3,296
Minifigures7 (plus 3 R-series units and 3 buildable droids)
Set Dimensions18 x 9 x 6 in.

View UCS Sandcrawler

9. Death Star II
#10143 / 3,441 Pieces / 2005

LEGO 10143 UCS Death Star II box

“It’s a trap!”

– Admiral Ackbar

Ah, the Death Star II. Partially assembled, but “fully armed and operational!

Some say it’s the greatest display piece of all time (UCS Millennium Falcon fans might disagree…) but regardless, few deny its place among the LEGO Star Wars collector’s Hall of Fame. Coming in at a whopping 3441 pieces (and fetching almost that in $ needed on the used market!!) – it’s as legendary as it is rare, and well deserving #9 on this list of biggest Star Wars LEGO sets.

Death Star II Palpatine meme

The Death Star II is an engineering marvel, featuring many unique build techniques to give it the partially finished display look. Since the set is designed purely as a display piece, it doesn’t include any minifigures or a playable interior, but that’s hardly a knock on the set. (Keep scrolling to see the playable minifigure version of the Death Star if that’s more your taste).

Also unique to this set is that it’s built to scale, and features an Imperial Star Destroyer off to the side to show the massive size of this moon space station.

If you’re lucky enough to be able to pick one of these up off the used market, be sure you’ve got the space for the massive 19′ diameter and 25′ height needed to display it.

LEGO 10143 UCS Death Star II on display
LEGO 10143 UCS Death Star II plaque and cannon

LEGO Death Star II 10143 Specs:

Release Date1 September 2005
Retire Date31 December 2007
Original Price$269.99
Current Value (new)~$2,500+
Piece Count3,441
Set Dimensions25 x 19 in.

View Death Star II

8. Death Star (2008)
#10188 / 3,803 Pieces

Lego Star Wars 10188 Death Star box

The ultimate weapon – a moon sized space station with enough firepower to destroy an entire planet. If only the thermal exhaust port wasn’t placed right on the exterior, easily accessible, and constructed in a way that a single proton torpedo would trigger a chain reaction that would cause the entire Death Star to explode… I jest. No movie is perfect.

The 2008 version of the Death Star contains an impressive 3,803 pieces and was on sale for over 7 years! Since it was replaced in 2016 by the second and improved version of this massive playset, it’s not quite as valuable on the used market anymore (mainly due to the dated minifigures and slightly lower piece count).

LEGO 2008 Death Star 10188 Specs:

Release Date1 September 2008
Retire Date31 December 2015
Original Price$399.99
Current Value (new)~$800+
Piece Count3,803
Minifigures24 (plus droids)
Set Dimensions16 x 16.5 in.

View 2008 Death Star

7. Death Star (2016)
#75159 / 4,016 Pieces

Lego Star Wars 75159 Death Star lifestyle

That’s no moon… it’s a space station.

– Obi-Wan Kenobi

Oddly enough, the 2016 version of the Death Star is almost identical in build to the 2008 version, which resulted in a collective “meh” from the Star Wars community when it launched as a re-release. It included just a few extra pieces and updated minifigures, and retailed for $100 more than the 2008 version.

While both sets are now retired, the 2016 Death Star is definitely the one to pick up on the used market these days if you had to pick between the two, and is big enough to secure the #7 spot on this list of “Biggest LEGO Star Wars Sets” with its impressive 4,016 pieces.

This giant & super detailed Imperial space station contains multiple rooms that let you reenact iconic scenes from the films. It really feels like more of a Master Builder series set rather than a typical UCS set, given the high minifigure count and the play features. For purely display purposes, the Death Star II looks far better visually on a shelf, but to me this Death Star model will always be a staple in the LEGO All-star lineup due to the massive variety in scenes, minifigures, and play features.

Check it out:

Lego Star Wars 75159 Death Star Darth Vader vs. Obi-Wan Kenobi lightsaber dual
Obi-Wan Kenobi vs. Darth Vader
Lego Star Wars 75159 Death Star Emperor Palpatine's Throne Room Luke Skywalker vs. Darth Vader
Emperor Palpatine’s Throne Room
Lego Star Wars 75159 Death Star Trash Compactor
Trash Compactor
Lego Star Wars 75159 Death Star Obi-Wan Kenobi tractor beam
Tractor Beam Control
Lego Star Wars 75159 Death Star detention block Chewbacca
Detention Block

One of the best things about this set is the very generous minifigure selection, which includes 23 iconic characters and 2 droids:

  • Grand Moff Tarkin
  • Darth Vader
  • Emperor Palpatine
  • Imperial Navy Officer
  • Imperial Officer
  • 2 Stormtroopers
  • 2 Death Star Troopers
  • 2 Emperor’s Royal Guards
  • 2 Death Star Gunners
  • Death Star Droid
  • Imperial Astromech
  • Obi-Wan Kenobi
  • Chewbacca
  • Han Solo (disguised)
  • Han Solo
  • Luke Skywalker (Tatooine)
  • Luke Skywalker (disguised)
  • Luke Skywalker (Jedi)
  • Princess Leia
  • C-3PO
  • R2-D2
Lego Star Wars 75159 Death Star minifigures
Lego Star Wars 75159 Death Star front
Lego Star Wars 75159 Death Star back

LEGO 2016 Death Star 75159 Specs:

Release Date1 October 2016
Retire Date31 December 2020
Original Price$499.99
Current Value (new)~$1,200+
Piece Count4,016
Minifigures23 (plus 2 droids)
Set Dimensions16 x 16.5 in.

View 2016 Death Star

6. UCS Imperial Star Destroyer
#75252 / 4,784 Pieces / 2019

Lego Star Wars 75252 UCS Imperial Star Destroyer lifestyle display

Coming in at #6 on our biggest Star Wars sets list is the very impressive (and very large) UCS Imperial Star Destroyer. Seriously, this thing is MASSIVE – if you are lucky enough to pick this up online before it gets too expensive (eBay link) make sure you have the almost 4′ of display space available to show it off.

While some folks knock the steep “price-per-piece” ratio of this cruiser, I disagree. Many of the 4,784 pieces are large plates, which are more expensive for LEGO to manufacture when compared to smaller pieces. I think the $699 price point is fair for this model, especially considering its display presence and sheer size.

Lego Star Wars 75252 UCS Imperial Star Destroyer on display

Exact measurements are 43 x 26 x 17 inches (including the display stand):

Lego Star Wars 75252 UCS Imperial Star Destroyer dimensions top
Lego Star Wars 75252 UCS Imperial Star Destroyer dimensions side

Fun fact: this version of the Star Destroyer is Darth Vader’s own “Devastator” ship, which is seen right at the end of Rogue One leading into the opening moments of A New Hope.

Darth Vader hallway scene Rogue One
Best Darth Vader scene ever? (Rogue One)

Also included is a mini version of Princess Leia’s Tantive IV ship, which is cleverly attached to the side of the Star Destroyer.

Given the significance of this scene, my main complaint with this set is the poor minifigure selection.

Rather than including the obvious choices of Darth Vader (it is his ship after all), Princess Leia, and General Tarkin, LEGO instead opted for 2 generic Imperial Officers. Minus 10 points.

Lego Star Wars 75252 UCS Imperial Star Destroyer plaque

My other issue with this set is the lack of any sort of interior. LEGO were able to include a small, minifigure-playable interior on the 2011 Super Star Destroyer, and I feel there was a missed opportunity to include something similar on this set, especially as the build includes hollow sections in the interior.

However, removing the top plates does provide access to the durable technic frame, which functions as a handle to carefully move the set around (if you’re brave enough, ha).

Lego Star Wars 75252 UCS Imperial Star Destroyer being built
Lego Star Wars 75252 UCS Imperial Star Destroyer being built

Those 2 issues aside, overall this set still shines and is an impressive addition to the UCS family. Given that the design of the ship is basically a large, gray, triangle – LEGO did a fantastic job with the details and build of this set. The surface detailing is nicely detailed, and the rear engines and exhaust ports look stunning.

Lego Star Wars 75252 UCS Imperial Star Destroyer back engines
Lego Star Wars 75252 UCS Imperial Star Destroyer display side
Lego Star Wars 75252 UCS Imperial Star Destroyer top view

LEGO UCS Imperial Star Destroyer 75252 Specs:

Release Date1 October 2019
Retire Date31 December 2022
Original Price$699.99
Current Value (new)~$1000+
Piece Count4,784
Set Dimensions43 x 26 x 17 in.

View Imperial Star Destroyer

5. UCS Millenium Falcon (2007)
#10179 / 5,197 Pieces

Lego Star Wars 10179 Millennium Falcon box

“You tell him that Han Solo just stole back the Millennium Falcon for good!”

– Han Solo

Coming in at #5 on our biggest Star Wars sets released is a true classic – the original UCS Millennium Falcon from 2007. At the time of its release it was THE biggest LEGO set ever, measuring 33 x 22 x 8 inches and containing 5,197 pieces.

In 2017 The UCS Falcon was redesigned with 2,000+ more pieces, improved details, and a bigger minifigure selection, and that newer version is still being sold today.

Fans who really want the original 2007 model need to pony up roughly $3,000 to get a sealed in-box set, making this one of the most expensive Star Wars sets to purchase today.

Lego Star Wars 10179 Millennium Falcon displayed with minifigures and plaque

LEGO 2007 UCS Millenium Falcon 10179 Specs:

Release Date1 October 2007
Retire Date31 December 2009
Original Price$499.99
Current Value (new)~$3,000+
Piece Count5,197
Set Dimensions33 x 22 x 8 in.

View 2007 Millennium Falcon

4. UCS Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser
#75367 / 5,374 Pieces / 2023

LEGO Star Wars UCS Venator on display

Clone Wars era LEGO Star Wars fans FINALLY got their massive Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser in UCS form, including an all-new Phase 2 Captain Rex minifigure!

Aside from a few brief on-screen appearances in Episode III: The Revenge of the Sith, casual Star Wars fans might not be too familiar with this ship, or its included minifigures. However, ask any fan of the Clone Wars animated series what their favorite ship is, and chances are the Venator will be in discussion.

Republic Venator-Class Attack Cruiser from the Clone Wars flying above Coruscant

This Republic-era Star Destroyer is a behemoth, coming in at 43″ long, matching the width of the Imperial Star Destroyer above, but containing slightly more pieces as the design and build of this predecessor are slightly more intricate than simply just a giant gray wedge.

5,374 pieces in this Venator is more than enough for the new kid on the block to launch straight to the #4 spot on this list of largest Star Wars sets ever made. Read the Brick Escape’s full review of the UCS Venator here.

LEGO Star Wars UCS Venator plaque and minifigures

Included minifigures are solid, especially considering we are getting a brand new Phase 2 Captain Rex after almost a decade (but where’s his cloth waist cape/kama!?). Young Admiral Yularen is a practically a perfect figure with his dual-molded legs, and that exclusive 20th Anniversary Clone Wars plaque is just the cherry on top of this already basically flawless set.

By releasing a $650 prequel-era set, LEGO are betting big on Clone Wars fans showing up (with their wallets wide open). This UCS Venator is practically a perfect LEGO set, and I have no doubt that Clone Wars fans will be very, very happy with this.

LEGO Star Wars UCS Venator with minifigures and display plaque
LEGO Star Wars UCS Venator with minifigures and display plaque

LEGO UCS Venator 75367 Specs:

Release Date1 October 2023
Piece Count5,374
Set Dimensions43″ long x 12.5″ high x 22″ wide

View UCS Venator

3. UCS Razor Crest
#75331 / 6,187 Pieces / 2022

Lego Star Wars 75331 Razor Crest on display

This is the way! One of the newest additions to the Star Wars UCS lineup (and the #3 biggest set ever) is the highly anticipated UCS The Razor Crest.

When The Mandalorian TV Series aired in 2019, Din Djarin’s ship, The Razor Crest, immediately became a fan favorite.

Clocking in at a whopping 28 inches long and featuring 6,187 pieces, the ship also features a solid lineup of 4 minifigures including Mando, Grogu, the Mythrol, and Kuiil along with a buildable Bluurg.

Lego Star Wars 75331 Razor Crest on display with minifigures

While the original playset Razor Crest model from 2020 was a fantastic set with slightly over 1000 pieces, this new UCS version in in a class of its own.

Unlike most comparable UCS sets, this Razor Crest is modular, as the top sections are easily removed to reveal a massive and highly detailed interior – featuring multiple easter eggs and play features from the show:

Lego Star Wars 75331 Razor Crest Boba Fett's armor
Boba Fett’s armor
Lego Star Wars 75331 Razor Crest Mando and Grogu in cockpit
Grogu stealing the joystick controller ball
Lego Star Wars 75331 Razor Crest rear ramp with Kuiil
Retractable rear ramp with Kuiil
Lego Star Wars 75331 Razor Crest interior carbon freezing chamber
The Mythrol in the Carbon Freezing Chamber

LEGO UCS Razor Crest 75331 Specs:

Release Date7 October 2022
Piece Count6,187
Set Dimensions28 x 19.5 x 9 in.

View UCS Razor Crest

2. UCS AT-AT Walker
#75313 / 6,785 Pieces / 2021

Lego Star Wars 75313 UCS AT-AT on display on a table

The minifigure scale UCS AT-AT is an absolute behemoth, standing 25″ tall and comes in at #2 on our list of biggest Star Wars LEGO sets. With 6,785 pieces, 15+ hours of building time, and potentially bigger than your dog, this AT-AT is one of the most impressive and intimidating looking sets ever.

UCS AT-AT vs dog size comparison
AT-AT vs Dog (thanks for the pic @BricksFanz!)

The AT-AT made its debut in Empire Strikes Back, lumbering across the icy plains of Hoth towards Echo Base, preparing to wipe out the last remaining Rebel base. While the Empire was mostly successful, Luke still manages to take out this particular AT-AT with his thermal detonator. The AT-AT’s belly includes the bomb-hatch that Luke blasts open, and the set includes a handy attachment for Luke’s grappling hook line, which looks great when Luke is posed holding his lightsaber and thermal detonator:

Lego Star Wars 75313 UCS AT-AT Luke Skywalker hanging with cable

The Interior

The side panels remove easily to reveal a surprisingly accurate interior, boasting enough room to fit 40 minifigures (Snowtroopers) and 4 speeder bikes:

Lego Star Wars 75313 UCS AT-AT side panels removed showing interior

For a quick peek into the interior without having to remove the entire side panel, there’s also side cargo doors, revealing the E-Web heavy repeating blaster:

Lego Star Wars 75313 UCS AT-AT side hatch with e-web blaster and snowtrooper

The Minifigures

Given the large seat capacity, the included minifigure selection seems a little lacking, especially considering only 5 of the included 9 minifigures are actually Snowtroopers designed to sit in the body of the AT-AT. That leaves 35 Snowtroopers left you would need to individually purchase through buying 12x of the 75320 Battle Pack set (adding up to an extra $240!), should you wish to fully pack every seat.

For those hardcore fans who are up to the challenge, here’s what the UCS AT-AT looks like with all 40 minifigures in:

UCS AT-AT with all 40 minifigures
Thanks for the shot @MandRproductions!

For those just interested in the included lineup of minifigures, here’s what the $849 set will get you:

  • General Veers
  • Luke Skywalker
  • Snowtrooper Commander
  • 2 AT-AT Drivers
  • 4 Snowtroopers
Lego Star Wars 75313 UCS AT-AT minifigures and plaque

The Legs

While this set is mainly designed to be posed still, the design of the legs does allow for some maneuverability. There is a LEGO-built adjustment tool that allows for each of the knees to be adjusted, allowing the legs to be posed into several different angles.

Lego Star Wars 75313 UCS AT-AT posable legs adjustment tool

The Head

If I had one complaint from the smaller, playscale version of the AT-AT (set 75288), it’s that the cockpit is very squished to comfortably fit 3 minifigures. The UCS AT-AT completely solves that problem, as there is ample room for both AT-AT pilots to sit, as well as plenty of room for General Veers to stand behind them with his own console.

UCS AT-AT cockpit
Thanks to @BrothersBrick for the picture

Controlling the head is possible via a small gear behind the neck. There isn’t a huge range of motion, but I feel it’s enough to accurately represent the heavy-footed AT-AT.

UCS AT-AT head moving
Gif courtesy of @TheBrothersBrick

LEGO UCS AT-AT 75313 Specs:

Release Date26 November 2021
Piece Count6,785
Set Dimensions28 x 25 x 10 in.


1. UCS Millennium Falcon (2017)
#75192 / 7,541 Pieces

Lego Star Wars 75192 UCS Millennium Falcon on table

“You’ve never heard of the Millennium Falcon?! It’s the ship that made the Kessel run in less than 12 parsecs!”

– Han Solo

While Luke’s first reaction to seeing the Millennium Falcon at the Mos Eisley Spaceport in Episode IV is a disappointing “What a Piece of Junk!” – I think we can all agree he could not have been more wrong. The beloved Falcon has been a pivotal part of Star Wars culture for almost 45 years, and LEGO’s latest UCS version of it does not disappoint.

Coming in as the #1 biggest LEGO Star Wars set ever released, and featuring a whopping 7,541 pieces, (almost 2,500 more pieces than the 2007 version), this “hunk of junk” is certainly a thing of beauty. The LEGO design team has captured every detail of this ragged Corellian YT-1300 light freighter, including all of Han Solo’s modifications and customizations.

Lego Star Wars 75192 UCS Millennium Falcon Hero

Features include:

  • 4 minifigure capacity cockpit
  • The Dejarik chess table (let the Wookie win!)
  • Upper and lower quad laser cannons
  • Lowering boarding ramp
  • Landing legs
  • Engine room with hyperdrive
  • Hidden floor compartment for smuggling
  • 2 escape pod hatches
  • Interchangeable sensor radar dishes (original trilogy vs sequel trilogy)

How big is the UCS Millennium Falcon?

This ship is massive, taking up a whopping 33″ x 24″ of space. If you are planning on purchasing, make sure you’ve got the space to display it (plus the 24+ hours of time needed to build it!)

Lego Star Wars 75192 UCS Millennium Falcon dimensions

LEGO 2017 UCS Millennium Falcon 75192 Specs:

Release Date1 October 2017
Piece Count7,541
Set Dimensions33 x 22 x 8 in.

View 2017 UCS Millennium Falcon

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