Top 25 most expensive Lego® Sets - The updated list

🗓 Mon, 15 Apr 2024

It's going to be exclusive - The Danish brick manufacturer Lego® is mainly known for its play sets for children and young people. But the company has much more to offer! For years, the target group of adult brick fans is becoming more and more important and the Lego sets are getting bigger and more exclusive. In addition to the already presented the biggest Lego sets of all time, we present you in this article the most expensive Lego sets that have been released so far. 

In our list of the top 25 most expensive Lego sets, sets from 7 themes are represented. The theme with the most sets is represented by Star Wars, so 7 of the 20 most expensive Lego sets come from the Star Wars theme. Only 4 of the most expensive sets were released before 2020. In summary, it can be said that Lego is increasingly focusing on large sets and thus appeals to the adult target group. When buying these sets it is crucial to compare prices and look out for good deals. This is what the free Brickfact App does for you. You can also manage your Lego collection in it.

Below, we'll introduce you to the 20 most expensive Lego sets and go into what makes them special. 

1. Lego® Star Wars 75192 Millennium Falcon

The Lego® Star Wars 75192 Millennium Falcon is not only the largest Star Wars set to date, but also the most expensive Lego set ever, with an RRP of $849.99. The dilapidated exterior of the Millennium Falcon is deceptive, so it is one of the best spaceships of the Star Wars universe.

The 75192 Millennium Falcon is also part of the Ultimate Collector Series and has a nameplate on which the most important facts about the spaceship are recorded. The crew of the Millennium Falcon has changed frequently in the Star Wars saga, so it can be replaced as desired. The minifigures needed for this are included in the kit. The original crew includes Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia and C-3PO. The new crew is made up of Star Wars characters Han Solo, Rey and Finn. As a special feature, the fuselage panel of the spaceship can be removed to allow a view of the interior. The interior features include a detailed cockpit, a technology station and a boarding ramp that can be lowered. 

2. Lego® Star Wars 75313 AT-AT

The AT-AT, or Imperial Runner, attack transport is part of the Star Wars movie "The Empire Strikes Back." In November 2021, Lego® released a detailed spin-off of the AT-AT. With an RRP of $849.99, the 75313 AT-AT shares 1st place among the most expensive Lego sets with the 75192 Millennium Falcon. In contrast to the Millennium Falcon, the number of parts of the AT-AT is lower.

The legs of the Lego® Star Wars 75313 AT-AT can be moved and the outer panels can be removed, making it possible to play with the interior. The AT-AT is also part of the Ultimate Collector Series, which is especially popular with collectors. The hull of the Imperial Runner has space for 40 minifigures and more for equipment such as speeder bikes or e-net blasters. In the head of the AT-AT is the cockpit, from which the minifigures can control the vehicle.

3. Lego® Star Wars 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer

May the Force be with you: The 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer is another record-breaking spaceship from the Lego® Star Wars theme. The set was released in 2019 at an RRP of $699.99.

In the Star Wars saga, the Imperial Star Destroyer is superior to just about all other spaceships. The equipment of the spaceship includes, in addition to 2 minifigures, a radar dish and several cannons that can be rotated. The 110 cm long Star Wars spaceship made of Lego bricks also comes with a presentation stand on which the most important data of the model are recorded. Like the previously mentioned Star Wars sets, the 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer is part of the Ultimate Collector series. As part of this series, the Danish brick company releases particularly large and detailed Star Wars sets at regular intervals. 

4. Lego® Liebherr 42146 Crawler Crane LR 13000

Introducing the Liebherr Crawler Crane LR 13000 LEGO Technic set, a colossal construction challenge for you! This adult-oriented model stands tall at over 38 inches (99 cm), ranking among the largest and most expenisve Technic Set for a price of $699.99. For just 2883 Parts a whopping price. The Set includes 6 large motors and 2 smart hubs and usually you can get with discounts.

It's an intricate tribute to one of the world's mightiest cranes, offering realistic movements and functions, including tank steering, a rotating turntable, luffing jib, winch, and load sensing. With the CONTROL+ app, you can take command of this massive machine, making it a captivating hands-on project or a perfect gift for construction enthusiasts. This set truly embodies excellence in design and attention to detail.

5. Lego® Creator Expert 10294 Titanic

At the time of its commissioning in 1912, the RMS Titanic was the largest ship ever built. The miniature model, the Lego® Creator Expert 10294 Titanic is also record-breaking, so with 9,090 parts and an RRP of $679.99, it is one of the largest and most expensive Lego sets of all time.

The Lego® Creator Expert 10294 Titanic is built to a scale of 1:200 and features many details reminiscent of the original from 1912. The detailed replica is composed of 3 segments that can be connected to each other. The four iconic chimneys evoke nostalgia and transport builders to a bygone era. The interior features areas familiar from the film. These include the smoking saloon, the swimming pool and the engine room. The kit comes with three stands so that the 135 cm long ship can be displayed.

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6. Lego® Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser 75367

The Venator-Class Republic Attack Cruiser (75367) is an impressive LEGO® Star Wars™ Ultimate Collector Series set that allows you to relive iconic Clone Wars adventures for a RRP of $649.99.

Measuring a striking 43 inches (109 cm) in length, this buildable model features authentic details such as the eye-catching red stripes, command bridge, and even a hangar with a brick-built scale model of a Republic Gunship. The set includes two LEGO Star Wars minifigures of Captain Rex and Admiral Yularen and comes with a built-in display stand, complete with an information plaque and a special Clone Wars 20th-anniversary brick. This set, with its 5,374 pieces, makes a fantastic gift for adult LEGO builders and Star Wars enthusiasts, offering a challenging and rewarding building experience.

7. Lego® Creator Expert 10307 Eiffel Tower Paris

Welcome to the city of love! With a height of 149 cm, the 10307 Eiffel Tower is the tallest Lego® set of all time. The Parisian structure is one of the most famous landmarks in the world and moves directly into your home with an RRP of $629,99

The 10307 Eiffel Tower is superlative in many respects. On the one hand, it belongs to one of the most expensive Lego® sets with an RRP of $629,99. On the other hand, it is the tallest Lego building set of all time. In addition, the Eiffel Tower made of clamp bricks is the 2nd most part-rich set to date. As a special highlight, the Eiffel Tower in miniature format is built in the same way as the original. Further, the Lego Eiffel Tower has details such as the 3 viewing platforms, elevators and the famous French flag at the top.

8. Lego® Star Wars 75331 UCS Razor Crest

The 75331 UCS Razor Crest is the second Star Wars set from the list of the 10 most expensive Lego® sets of all time. With an RPP of $599.99 and 6,187 pieces, the replica of the ST-70 assault ship will delight fans of the Star Wars saga.

The Star Wars spaceship Razor Crest appeared in October 2022 as a model of the Ultimate Collector Series and is especially interesting for adult fans of the space saga. With a length of 72 cm, it is one of the largest Lego Star Wars models. The spaceship features a cargo hold door that opens and a detailed interior. The interior includes a weapons locker, a freezer and an escape pod, among other things. A removable cockpit allows the interior of the attack ship to be played with. 

9. Lego® Creator Expert 10276 Colosseum

The 10276 Colosseum from the Lego® Creator Expert theme picks up a piece of Roman history and transports its builders to a faraway world that was marked by battles and gladiator fights. The third largest Lego set of all time is also one of the most expensive, with an RRP of $549.99.

One of the 7 new wonders of the world for home, this is possible with the 10276 Colosseum from Lego®. The ancient structure is one of the best preserved relics of the Roman Empire in modern times. The version made of Lego bricks is very similar to the original and has a great recognition value. The 10276 Colosseum represents a demanding building challenge for architecture as well as model building fans and with dimensions of 27 x 52 x 59 cm (height x width x depth) is suitable to serve as an impressive exhibit. 

10. Lego® Marvel Super Heroes 76210 Hulkbuster

Fans of the Marvel movies will dive into the world of superheroes with the infamous Hulkbuster from Avengers and be reminded of their favorite movies. With an RRP of $549.99, the 76210 Hulkbuster is the most expensive Lego® set from the Marvel theme.

The superhero Hulkbuster, known from the Marvel movie "Avengers: Age of Ultron", has numerous details and functions. The figure made of Lego® bricks is 52 cm tall and has 4 glowing arc reactors. It is possible to open the cockpit of the Hulkbuster and place in it the 75206 Iron Man figure, which is sold separately. The set also includes the movie character Tony Stark as a minifigure. 

11. Lego® Technic 42131 Cat D11 Bulldozer

Experience the excitement of construction with the Technic 42131 Cat D11 Bulldozer set. Priced at $499.99, this massive LEGO kit allows you to recreate the iconic Cat® dozer with incredible detail.

Assembling this model is a rewarding journey in itself, thanks to its modular design and the new-for-October-2021 LEGO track element that mimics realistic movement. But the fun doesn't stop there. You can take control of your bulldozer through the CONTROL+ app, which lets you drive, steer, and manipulate the blade, ripper, and ladder. With meticulous detailing and authentic colors, this Cat® replica measures 10 inches high, 22 inches long, and 14.5 inches wide. It's not just a toy; it's an engineering marvel and a perfect gift for construction enthusiasts.

12. Lego® Star Wars 10179 Ultimate Collector's Millennium Falcon

The Lego® set 10179 Ultimate Collector's Millennium Falcon released in 2007 is a legendary masterpiece.

With a staggering 5,195 pieces, this set is a true testament to your building skills. It faithfully recreates the iconic Millennium Falcon from Star Wars, complete with intricate details and impressive scale. The recommended retail price of $499.99 might seem steep, but the sense of accomplishment and the stunning display piece you'll have afterward make it worth every penny. When completed, it measures over 33 inches in length, capturing the intricate details of the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars perfectly. The set includes features like rotating gun turrets, removable cockpit canopy, and even minifigures of Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker, and Obi-Wan Kenobi.

13. Lego® Harry Potter 76405 Hogwarts Express Collectors‘ Edition

Matching the Hogwarts Castle, the Hogwarts Express is also available as a miniature version made of Lego® bricks for your own living room. The 76405 Hogwarts Express, which was released in 2022, is the most expensive set in the Harry Potter theme with an RRP of $499.99 and will primarily appeal to adult film fans.

In the Harry Potter film series, the Hogwarts Express is the means of transportation for students commuting between London and Hogwarts Castle. The boarding point is Kings's Cross station in London, from where the train takes the students directly to Hogwarts Castle. As a highlight, the London Kings's Cross station is depicted in the set. The train has a detailed interior, in which, among other things, characters known from the films such as Harry Potter or Hermine Granger can be found again. The set also includes a nameplate on which the most important data about the Hogwarts Express are recorded. 

14. Lego® Star Wars Death Star 75159

The Death Star 75159 from 2016 for a RRP of $499.99 set is an epic LEGO model that lets you recreate iconic scenes from the Star Wars saga.

With a whopping 4,016 pieces, it's a massive and intricate replica of the Empire's ultimate planet-destroying weapon. This incredible set features detailed environments like the superlaser control room, Emperor Palpatine’s throne room, and even a trash compactor. It also includes 27 iconic minifigures from which 9 are unique to this set. Because the set already retired in the end of 2020 the minifigures are already worth more than $300. This set is a must-have for any Star Wars fan, allowing you to build your own ultimate battle station and relive moments from Episode IV and VI.

15. Lego® Lord of the Ring 10316 Rivendell

Indulge in your love for Middle-earth™ with the Rivendell 10316 LEGO® set, priced at a retail price of $499.99 which makes it the largest and most expensive Lord of the Rings set.

This extraordinary 6,167-piece masterpiece is a dream come true for adult fans of The Lord of the Rings™. It faithfully recreates the enchanting Rivendell™ valley, complete with intricate details like Frodo's bedroom and Elrond's study. With 21 minifigures, including iconic characters like Frodo™, Sam™, and Gandalf the Grey™, you can relive legendary moments like the Council of Elrond™. The set measures over 15 inches high, 28.5 inches wide, and 19.5 inches deep, making it a stunning display piece. This meticulously designed set is a must-have for true enthusiasts who appreciate craftsmanship and movie magic.

16. Lego® 76269 Marvel Avengers Tower

The Lego® 76269 Marvel Avengers Tower is another set from the Marvel theme world on the list of the most expensive Lego sets of all time. The set was released in November 2023 at an RRP of $499.99 and contains 31 minifigures. This also makes it one of the Lego sets with the most minifigures ever released. 

The impressive set consists of 5,201 individual parts and reaches a height of 35.4 in. This size enables the detailed reproduction of many iconic scenes from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The removable side walls and roof allow easy access to the detailed interior, which is equipped with numerous accessories such as the Tesseract and Thor's hammer. Other highlights include a Leviathan, a Quinjet and two Chitauri chariots, making this set a must-have collector's item for adult Marvel fans.

17. Lego® Harry Potter 71043 Hogwarts Castle

Welcome to the magical world of Harry Potter: The 71043 Hogwarts Castle represents one of the most expensive sets from the Harry Potter theme with a price of $469.99

The 71043 Hogwarts Castle is the largest Lego® Harry Potter set ever. It represents a central point in the Harry Potter film series and features a variety of details that are familiar from the films. These include, for example, the Great Hall of Hogwarts as a miniature version or the Whomping Willow. A total of 4 minifigures and 27 microfigures invite you to reenact well-known movie scenes. With dimensions of 58 x 69 x 43 cm, Hogwarts Castle is suitable for display in a showcase, for example.  

18. Lego Technic 42115 Lamborghini Sián FKP 37

Experience the thrill of building your own Lamborghini Sián FKP 37.

This stunning model faithfully captures the essence of the real Sián FKP 37, boasting intricate details like a V12 engine with moving pistons, 8-speed transmission, and scissor opening doors. With golden rims and a vibrant lime green finish, it's visually striking. Plus, the set includes a luxury box with a coffee-table-quality book full of building instructions, behind-the-scenes insights, and even a unique serial number to access exclusive online content. Dive into this immersive project, measuring over 5” high, 23” long, and 9” wide, and savor the craftsmanship of this super sports car replica, all for an enticing retail price of $449.99. No batteries required; just your passion for building and admiration for Lamborghini's legendary design.

19. Lego® Harry Potter 75978 Diagon Alley

The Lego® Harry Potter Diagon Alley 75978 set is an enchanting recreation of the iconic shopping street from the Harry Potter movies, designed for fans aged 16 and up.

With incredible attention to detail, this model captures the essence of Diagon Alley, featuring famous stores like Ollivanders™, Flourish & Blotts™, Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes™, and more. Measuring over 11 inches high, 40 inches wide, and 5 inches deep, it's a substantial display piece. Priced at $449.99, this set provides endless imaginative fun and is a perfect gift for Harry Potter fans, model enthusiasts, and LEGO® builders. Enjoy creating your magical London with this impressive set!

20. Lego® Technic 42100 Liebherr R 9800

Get ready for an epic LEGO® adventure with the Liebherr R 9800 Excavator set! With a whopping 4,108 pieces, this Technic masterpiece is a must-have for builders and fans of heavy machinery. It's one of the most expensive Technic sets out there, with an RRP of $449.99.

Designed in collaboration with Liebherr, this set is a true engineering marvel. Operate it via the intuitive LEGO TECHNIC CONTROL+ app, powered by 2 advanced Smart Hubs and 7 motors, for precise movements and endless play possibilities. Sadly, it retired at the end of 2021.

21. Lego Technic 42143 Ferrari Daytona SP3

Step into the world of mindfulness and craftsmanship as you embark on building this iconic Ferrari model in classic red with chrome-painted rims.

At a retail price of $449.99, this 1:8 scale replica boasts precision engineering, including functional features like steering, an 8-speed sequential gearbox with paddle shifter, and a V12 engine with moving pistons. Marvel at the details such as the opening butterfly doors and the unique serial number under the hood, which unlocks exclusive online content. Celebrate your passion for Ferrari with this adult-oriented masterpiece, designed to grace your display shelf with its iconic rear and curved lines.

22. Lego® Harry Potter 76417 Gringotts Wizard's Bench - Collector's Edition

The Lego® Harry Potter 76417 Gringotts Wizard's Bench is the third set from the Harry Potter theme world on the list of the most expensive Lego sets of all time. The set was released in August 2023 and is aimed at experienced builders aged 18 and over. In total, the set contains 13 different minifigures and is made up of 4,803 parts. 

The set impresses with its impressive attention to detail and functionality. Paying homage to the iconic scene from the Harry Potter series, this set recreates the magnificent bank building with its multi-storey floors and vault, capturing key moments from the film series. Particularly noteworthy are the movable Ukrainian iron belly and the working spiral tracks that guide the carriage through the bank and stop at each vault. The detailed replica of Bellatrix's dungeon with a hidden magical surprise adds an extra layer of interactivity to the model. The combination of these elements not only creates a valuable collector's item, but also a captivating build and play experience for adult fans of the Harry Potter world.

23. Lego® DC Comics Super Heroes 76252 Batcave - Showcase

"It's me, Batman." - With a recommended retail price of $399.99, the Lego DC Comics Super Heroes 76252 Batcave is also one of the most expensive Lego sets of all time. The Batcave consists of 3,981 pieces and contains nine well-known minifigures from the Batman universe. 

With this exclusive collection, scenes from Batman Returns from 1992 can be recreated, making the set particularly valuable for fans and collectors. The detailed recreation of the Batcave includes dynamic elements such as rotating furniture, interactive computer screens and a light-up Batsuit chamber. The set also features a feature-packed Batmobile that lives up to the movie with hidden cannons and an extendable flame element. The minifigures, including Batman in two versions, Catwoman, the Penguin, Max Shreck, Alfred and Bruce Wayne, enhance the authenticity of this collector's item. The set is not only a tribute to the classic film, but also a highlight for any Lego collection.

24. Lego® Disney 43222 Disney Castle

Fans of the Disney films also get their money's worth, as the Lego® Disney 43222 Disney Castle is also on the list of the most expensive Lego sets of all time. The set was released in June 2023 at an RRP of $399.99 and includes eight minifigures.

This extensive model impresses with its size and attention to detail with a height of 31.5 in and a width of 23.2 in. It consists of 4,837 individual parts, making it a challenging and interesting building project. Special highlights are the large ballroom with rotating dance floor and an enchanted fireplace that brings out the spinning wheel from "Sleeping Beauty". The nostalgic elements and allusions to classic Disney films give the castle a special depth and make it the ultimate collector's item and impressive exhibit that appeals not only to young but also adult fans of the Disney princesses.

25. Lego® Creator Expert 10305 Castle of the Lion Knights

Released in August 2022, the Lego® Creator Expert 10305 Castle of the Lion Knights has an RRP of $399.99, making it one of the most expensive Lego sets of all time. 

The Castle of the Lion Knights is made up of 4,514 pieces and includes 22 minifigures. 

The set is a tribute to the classic Lego castle system and marks the 90th anniversary of Lego. The many buildable functions and details that bring the Middle Ages to life are particularly noteworthy. These include a working drawbridge, a secret passage and many movable wall parts that invite you to discover and interact. The castle can be opened to gain access to detailed interiors such as the armory and the mill. The set, which was created by popular demand from over 55,000 Lego fans via Lego Ideas, not only offers long-lasting building fun, but is also an exceptional collector's item. Due to its great popularity, the set is also one of his exciting Lego Investment.


The Top 25 Most Expensive Lego® Sets illustrate that the building sets of the Danish brick manufacturer are becoming ever more detailed and larger. Fans of the Star Wars saga in particular can look forward to numerous superlative sets. But architecture fans will also be delighted with the 10276 Colosseum, for example. 

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