22 of the Geekiest Star Wars LEGO Sets (list)
Star Wars fans are no joke. They live, breathe and would eat all-things Star Wars if they can! In 1999, LEGO started to make Star Wars sets and figures and since then, these sets have become hot items for collectors. For the past 12 years, there have been more than 200 sets, and some of them have pretty high price tags, selling for well over $1,000. Since there are too many to list, we thought we’d feature 22 of the coolest Star Wars LEGO sets around!
22. LEGO 7153 Jango Fett’s Slave
From Star Wars Episode II comes this 360-piece set that came out in 2002 at only $50 and has soared to being a hot commodity on eBay and Amazon for collectors.
21. LEGO 7128 Speeder Bikes
With only 90 pieces, the Speeder Bikes set includes two Speeder Bikes, plus two Scout Troopers and Luke Skywalker. While not as big as the other sets, your collection will benefit from this awesome set, as will your wallet (it’s under $50)!
20. LEGO 4480 Jabba’s Palace
No collector’s set will be complete without some Jabba the Hutt in the mix! The 234-piece set isn’t as tough to build as some of the other sets so you can easily knock this one out in no time!
19. LEGO 7191 X-Wing Fighter
The 1,304-piece LEGO X-Wing Fighter is a serious investment…both time and money! But once you get your hands on it, you won’t regret investing in a very highly sought after play set.
18. LEGO 7257 Ultimate Lightsaber Duel
Anakin faces off against obi-Wan Kenobi and you get to control the action! The Lightsabers really light up, too.
17. LEGO 7662 Trade Federation MTT
With 1330 pieces and 20 minifigs, this set is a score! The set also includes tons of hatches to open and a secret storage rack to deploy a legion of battle droids.
16. LEGO 10129 Rebel Snowspeeder
This out of production set contains 1457 pieces and will cost you some serious cash to obtain. Serious collectors only!
15. LEGO 10018 Darth Maul Bust
Don’t forget this bad guy to your Star Wars LEGO collection! Very detailed and realistic, get ready to drop some serious cash on this villain because it’s also a collector’s item.
14. LEGO 7181 TIE Interceptor
The rare LEGO TIE Inceptor has 703 pieces and an adjustable stand that allows your to display a vital piece for your collection.
13. LEGO 7104 Yoda
Build the ultimate Jedi Master with 1075 pieces. Test your LEGO-building magic with all the little tan, brown and green pieces to see if you can master the 14-inch Yoda…LEGO style that is!
12. LEGO 8129 AT-AT Walker
As one of the most iconic vehicles form the OG Star Wars movies, you have to have the AT-AT walker as part of your collection. Released in 2010, the 815-piece set comes with 8 minifigures like Luke Skywalker, C-3PO, Han Solo in Echo base gear, Rebel Trooper with P-Tower laser cannon, AT-AT pilot, 2 Snowtroopers, General Veers and Imperial Officer.
11. LEGO 4504 Episode III Millennium Falcon
While not as big as the 10179 Millennium Falcon, this Episode III one is still a great addition for any collector. With 985 pieces, if you get your hands on one, you’ve got a very rare set since it’s now retired and hard to find!
10. LEGO 10019 Tantive IV Rebel Blockade Runner
As a retired item that consists of 1748 pieces, this baby will run you well over a $1k. This is definitely one for those die-hard collectors!
9. LEGO 7127 Imperial AT-ST
It’s the third set to EVER have a Chewbacca minifigure, so you know this set is a classic! Released in 2011, it includes a total of 107 pieces.
8. LEGO 8038 The Battle of Endor
The Ewoks were some fierce little warriors and now you can build that epic battle on the forest moon of Endor with this 890-LEGO piece! You get 12 minfigs, including Han Solo, Princess Leia, Chewbacca, R2-D2 (classic deco), 2 Rebel commandos, 2 scout troopers, Death Star Trooper, and 3 Ewoks.
7. LEGO 7139 Ewok Attack
While only 121 pieces, how can you resist those cute little Ewoks! Still a great addition to your LEGO Star Wars collection!
6. Lego 10123 Cloud City
Recreate the Cloud City scene in Star Wars Empire Strikes Back with tis 698-piece collector set that also comes with 7 minifigs, such as Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Boba Fett, Stormtrooper and the all-new Lando Calrissian.
5. LEGO 10179 Millennium Falcon
As one of the most spectacular LEGO Star Wars sets out there, the Ultimate Collector’s Millennium Flacon has 5195 pieces! Minifigs included are: Han Solo, Chewbacca, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia Organa! Han Solo’s famous smuggling starship never looked so good!
4. LEGO 10143 Death Star II
After you’ve conquered the first Death Star, try your skills at the second version! With 3441 pieces you’ll spend even more time trying to construct part two!
3. LEGO 10188 Death Star
The amazingly detailed battle station features loads of moving parts and minifigs that will have your Star Wars heart racing with joy. And with 3803 pieces, you’ll be able to spend a lot of time and devotion to the ultimate Death Star playset.
2. LEGO 6211 Imperial Star Destroyer
The famous Imperial Star Destroyer is by far an incredible vehicle and the Lego version is no different! It features 1367 pieces and a ton of minifigures like Darth Vader, Grand Moff Tarkin, Imperial Officer, two Stormtroopers, two Emperor’s Royal Guards, Imperial Astromech Droid, and Mouse Droid.
1. LEGO 10221 Super Star Destroyer
Released in this year, the Super Star Destroyer is a classic Star Wars Ultimate Collector’s Series set that boasts a whopping 3152 pieces! It includes a redesigned IG-88 and Dengar and a new minifigure, Admiral Piett, along with a Darth Vader minifigure. Weighing in at 8 pounds, this set will definitely be a gem in your LEGO Star Wars collection…but it will cost you, as it’s selling for $500 and up!
Honorable Mention: Star Wars Celebration III Venator Star Destroyer
Built by LEGO Master Builder Erik Varszegi back in 2005 for the Star Wars Celebration III, the Venator Star Destroyer is a little over 8-feet long and 44-inches wide, weighing in close to 150 pounds. It was the largest LEGO model most had seen at the time, which means Varszegi had to use glue and incorporate a steel frame into the LEGO creation. But now six years later, another LEGO fan has built his own version of the Venatir, but with 100% LEGO elements and no glue. Talk about devotion!