LEGO 75375 Midi-Scale Millennium Falcon officially released!

Another year, another LEGO Millennium Falcon release. I’m kidding… there’s a reason this is the most popular Star Wars ship ever designed. Bring it on LEGO – more the merrier!

*Update – Orders now available on and Amazon!

After months of speculation and rumors, we now have our hands on official images of the upcoming 75375 Millennium Falcon, and oh my, it’s a beauty (even if it is a little on the pricey side…) The set will launch on 1 March 2024 for $84.99 and feature 921 pieces.

Take a look at the fantastic box art below. LOVE the addition of the silver/light blue 2024 box artwork we’ve seen on some other sets combined with the familiar all-black 18+ vibe. Fantastic 25th Anniversary logo as well.

Lego Star Wars 75375 midi-scale Millennium Falcon box and ship
Lego Star Wars 75375 midi-scale Millennium Falcon back of box

(Is this a no-brainer day one purchase for you? Or too expensive for what it is? Let me know in the comments below!)

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2024 is bringing an interesting twist to the beloved Falcon – instead of an updated playscale version like we’ve seen many times before, or a massive new 3rd UCS version, LEGO are instead continuing with the return of the midi-scale series (made popular by 2023’s surprise hit of the Executor Super Star Destroyer ( / Amazon) launch).

The iconic “hunk of junk” Corellian freighter will be getting midi-scale treatment for 2024 with a brand new LEGO version of the Millennium Falcon!

Now, this isn’t exactly a totally new concept, as diehard fans will remember a limited run way back in 2009 of a small 356 piece version of the midi-scale Falcon (eBay link).

Midi-Scale Millennium Falcon 7778 from 2009
(Fun fact – my girlfriend at the time bought me this set as a birthday present when we were still in college. Yes, she is now my wife šŸ™‚ )

2024 Midi-scale Millennium Falcon Specs:

Set Number:75375
Release Date:1 March 2024
Piece Count:921
Set Dimensions:9.5″ x 5″
Age Rating:18+
Where to / Amazon

I am excited about the higher piece count of 921, as this puts it at almost 300 more pieces than last year’s midi-scale Super Star Destroyer, though it is more expensive at $84.99. Looks like a lot of those extra pieces went into greebling, super detailed exterior on this version of the Falcon.

Lego Star Wars 75375 midi-scale Millennium Falcon on display on table
Can you say greebling?!
Lego Star Wars 75375 midi-scale Millennium Falcon details
Awesome easter egg inside: check out the holo-chess set and the single studs to represent the characters. Absolutely love this addition!

As expected, the Falcon sits on a black brick-built stand with a nameplate, and also includes a special 25th Anniversary LEGO Star Wars brick to celebrate LEGO Star Wars turning 25 years old in 2024.

The main downside to this set is the lack of minifigures, but this wasn’t really a surprise – just like last year’s Executer Star Destroyer, nothing in the midi-scale series from LEGO Star Wars will include minifigures. However, if you really want to display Han or Chewie (or even…gasp…Rey), you’ll notice that the display stand does have a spot available – if you remove the light gray grate piece on the stand, there’s 2 studs there for placing a figure of your choice. (And potentially room for 2 minifigures if you remove the Anniversary plaque).

Lego Star Wars 75375 midi-scale Millennium Falcon 25th anniversary brick on display stand

Alongside the Millennium Falcon launch on 1 March 2024, we’re also expecting a midi-scale Invisible Hand and a midi-scale Tantive IV. It’s going to be a good year for LEGO Star Wars!

>> View on and Amazon

Lego Star Wars 75375 midi-scale Millennium Falcon on display on bookshelf
“Fast ship? You’ve never heard of the Millennium Falcon? It’s the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than twelve parsecs!” – Han Solo

Stay up to date on the latest 2024 LEGO Star Wars leaks and rumors here.

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