Brick Fanatics’ Top 20 LEGO Sets List

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Track the hottest, most in-demand and currently available LEGO sets with Brick Fanatics’ Top 20 LEGO Sets List

With so many LEGO sets released each month, it’s hard to keep track of – let alone budget for – everything that the LEGO Group puts out. Factor in limited release for some sets, sporadic stock levels for others, and capped shelf life for all sets before permanent retirement, and many a future classic, design triumph or hidden gem can sit right under your nose, only to be missed and ultimately rediscovered years later and twice the price on eBay.

That’s where Brick Fanatics’ Top 20 LEGO Sets List comes in.

In a rush? Here’s the latest Top 20 (September 24, 2021):

  1. Star Wars 75192 Millennium FalconRead moreBuy now
  2. Disney 71040 The Disney CastleRead moreBuy now
  3. Harry Potter 75978 Diagon AlleyRead moreBuy now
  4. Super Mario 71374 Nintendo Entertainment SystemRead moreBuy now
  5. Star Wars 75292 The Mandalorian Bounty Hunter TransportRead moreBuy now
  6. Harry Potter 76391 Hogwarts Icons Collectors’ EditionRead moreBuy now
  7. Botanical Collection 10281 Bonsai TreeRead more Buy now
  8. NINJAGO 71741 NINJAGO City GardensRead moreBuy now
  9. Marvel 76178 Daily BugleRead moreBuy now
  10. Ideas 21325 Medieval BlacksmithRead moreBuy now
  11. LEGO for Adults 10276 ColosseumRead moreBuy now
  12. Harry Potter 71043 Hogwarts CastleRead moreBuy now
  13. Star Wars 75308 R2-D2Read moreBuy now
  14. Art 31203 World MapRead moreBuy now
  15. LEGO for Adults 10295 Porsche 911Read moreBuy now
  16. LEGO for Adults 40516 Everyone is AwesomeRead moreBuy now
  17. Ideas 21318 Tree HouseRead moreBuy now – Back orders accepted
  18. LEGO for Adults 10292 The Friends ApartmentsRead moreBuy now
  19. Batman 76139 1989 BatmobileRead more – Buy now
  20. Creator 3-in-1 31120 Medieval CastleRead moreBuy now

Perhaps you are a first-time buyer looking to get your hobby off to the best start or you are seeking out the ideal gift for that special LEGO fan in your life. Maybe you are a casual fan eager to find value for money, an immersive build experience and great display potential from your next LEGO set. Or you are an esteemed brick veteran keen to stay ahead of the curve with that ultimate LEGO collection.

Whether you are after expert insight, a collector’s checklist or even just shopping advice, the Brick Fanatics’ Top 20 LEGO Sets List offers a quick, considered and expert guide to the very best LEGO sets currently available.

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1 – Star Wars 75192 Millennium Falcon

Theme: Star Wars Price: £649.99 / $799.99 / €799.99 Pieces: 7,541 Available: Now

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Released back in July 2007, the original Ultimate Collector Series 10179 Millennium Falcon marked the pinnacle of LEGO design and in no small measure for the minifigure scale in which it captured one of the Star Wars original trilogy’s most iconic ships. A full 10 years of four-figure aftermarket prices after, the LEGO Group released a fully redesigned, remastered and upgraded UCS version with September 2017’s 75192 Millennium Falcon.

75192 Millennium Falcon more than just lives up to its predecessor’s status, as it reimagines building at the most ridiculous of scales, thanks to an engrossing multi, multi-bag build process packed with detail and ingenuity across 7,541 pieces. Even at twice the price of 10179, 75192 sold out within the first hour of VIP release across LEGO stores before only sporadically reappearing ahead of that first Christmas, as demand caught the LEGO Group by surprise. 

A more than steady seller in the years since (often dropping in and out of stock), 75192 Millennium Falcon is the big one, both literally for the (now second) largest piece count of any single LEGO set, and for the budget it demands. It’s not one that all of us will be lucky enough to savour in person, but for those who can save up for this truly huge set, it will reward at every level, from build experience to display value, even if you need to throw out the sofa to make space for it. It was also rumoured for retirement at the end of 2020 but looks to be sticking around for at least one more year…

2 – Disney 71040 The Disney Castle

Theme: Disney Price: £299.99 / $349.99 / €349.99 Pieces: 4,080 Available: Now

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Blink and you’ll miss it, but 71040 The Disney Castle is back in stock and back in the Top 20 list. Revealed back in July 2016 and released a month later, the 4,080-piece homage to Cinderella’s home in the middle of Walt Disney World has spent many of the four years since in and out of stock at The set is back and available now in the UK, but likely only for a limited time, as it nears ever closer to an anticipated retirement.

With such a large piece count, 71040’s designers have revelled in capturing every detail to Disney’s most iconic building, central to Walt Disney World and the Walt Disney Pictures logo. The interior to the castle is also packed with rooms and little nods to classic Disney characters and films, which, alongside the five included minifigures, provides an ultimate and truly unmissable LEGO experience for Disney fans of any age. We say unmissable, because we can’t imagine that this is a set that will be around for much longer.

3 – Harry Potter 75978 Diagon Alley

Theme: LEGO Harry Potter Price: £369.99 / $399.99 / €399.99 Pieces: 5,544 Available: Now

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Being the most expensive LEGO Harry Potter set to date and the second largest ever sets expectations and hopes for 75978 Diagon Alley incredibly high. And for every LEGO Harry Potter fan lucky enough to experience this gigantic set, it delivers in every way imaginable.

In a similar vein to 2018’s 71043 Hogwarts Castle, 75978 Diagon Alley skilfully translates into LEGO form not only a memorable location at an incomparable level, but at a level of detail and love for the source material that immediately transports the builder back into the Harry Potter books and films.

Across 5,544 pieces and four separate 32×16 baseplate builds are a whole row of memorable locations from Diagon Alley, packed with various nods to and details from across when Harry Potter’s story touched upon the secret London location.

There’s much to love and admire about this minifigure-scale epic creation, and to dream of what the LEGO Group may do next as a result. Read our review to understand why this set ranks so highly in this list.

4 – Super Mario 71374 Nintendo Entertainment System

Theme: Super Mario Price: £209.99 / $229.99 / €229.99 Pieces: 2,646 Available: Now

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Pure NES-talgia, 71374 Nintendo Entertainment System is a love letter to a classic games console from many a childhood. As the NES marks its 35th anniversary in 2020, the LEGO Group presents across 2,646 pieces this most detailed and accurate LEGO recreation, complete with game cartridge, controller and television. Iconic shaping so accurately captured in brick form is only the loading page of this set’s experience, though, for it is in its play feature and cross-set compatibility where it really tugs at the nostalgic heartstrings of many a retro gamer.

Simply turning a lever on the side of the television rotates the 8-bit display screen through a level of Super Mario Bros. whilst placing the Super Mario figure from 71360 Adventures with Mario Starter Course on top of the television adds authentic sounds and music from that same game.

From every minute detail that has gone into this faithful LEGO reimagining of many an adult gamer’s childhood experience to how the LEGO Group has finally found a legitimate crossover between digital and physical play, there’s a lot to process and appreciate in the truly one-of-a-kind 71374 Nintendo Entertainment System.

We took a closer look at the set here, and compared it to the real NES too.

5 – Star Wars 75292 The Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Transport

Theme: Star Wars Price: £119.99 / $129.99 / €129.99 Pieces: 1,023 Available: Now

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Announced at February 2020’s New York Toy Fair, 75292 The Razor Crest was promptly made available for pre-order at in the UK and Europe, ahead of release a whole six-and-a-half months later in September. With only video from New York and official imagery to impatiently gaze at, it has been a long seven months of anticipation for the title character’s ship from the Disney+ series The Mandalorian.

So long has the wait been, in fact, that 75292 has even been renamed to 75292 The Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Transport, due to a copyright issue. Much like the Razor Crest in the show, this is a set that has seen a lot of action before it’s even got to us.

75292 The Mandalorian Bounty Hunter Transport/The Razor Crest ticks a lot of boxes for LEGO Star Wars fans, from its growing, central status within a new and highly popular Star Wars story to its size as a model, promising plenty of detail and playability. And, yes, there is a Baby Yoda included. Whilst a BrickHeadz double set 75317 The Mandalorian and The Child released at the same time, plus a larger scale Baby Yoda buildable set, 75292 is the set that captures that greater level of depth, story and detail from The Mandalorian Disney+ show that many LEGO Star Wars fans are looking for.

6­ – Harry Potter 76391 Hogwarts Icons Collectors’ Edition

Theme: Harry Potter Price: £229.99 / $249.99 / €249.99 Pieces: 3,010 Available: Now

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The third Harry Potter direct-to-consumer set slides into our Top 20 without pushing either of the other two – 75978 Diagon Alley and 71043 Hogwarts Castle – out, which is really just a testament to how well the LEGO Group has treated the boy wizard since bringing back the theme in 2018.

Where those two previous sets went microscale and minifigure-scale, 76391 Hogwarts Icons Collectors’ Edition serves up something still completely different, with a life-size recreation of Hedwig topping a pile of brick-built Wizarding World objects.

It’s a real love letter to Harry Potter, and includes an actual Hogwarts letter by way of three printed 8×16 tiles, along with a pair of glasses that you can actually wear. You know, if you’re feeling especially nerdy. (We won’t judge.) It’s another spellbinding D2C for what’s quickly become one of the LEGO Group’s most impressive themes, and its three golden 20th-anniversary minifigures only sweeten the deal.

7 – Botanical Collection 10281 Bonsai Tree

Theme: Botanical Collection Price: £44.99 / $49.99 / €49.99 Pieces: 878 Available: Now

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The worlds of LEGO and art have collided in many and various ways over the past few years – most obviously in LEGO Art, but also through less typical mediums, including in the stand-out Botanical Collection set that is 10281 Bonsai Tree.

This ode to an art form that requires patience, discipline and attention to detail is well worth your time and money, particularly given its absolutely excellent price-per-piece ratio, and especially if you like frogs, because this 2-in-1 display model includes a whopping 101 of them. It’s an intricate and intelligent set that’s very rarely in stock at, so if you see it on this list, grab it while you can.

8 – NINJAGO 71741 NINJAGO City Gardens

Theme: NINJAGO Price: £274.99 / $299.99 / €299.99 Pieces: 5,685 Available: Now

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This model easily takes the cake for the most NINJAGO references in one set, with iconic locations such as Zane’s memorial statue and Chen’s Noodle House finally realised in real LEGO bricks. The 19 minifigures themselves also offer plenty of characters direct from the TV show, such as the Mechanic who plays a pivotal role in more recent seasons. As if all of that wasn’t enough, the LEGO Group made sure to be as on the nose as possible with its release, launching it on the day that NINJAGO reached 10 years of age. Truly, this is the ultimate NINJAGO set. 

An impressive set for an impressive theme. 71741 NINJAGO City Gardens was designed with one goal in mind – celebrate 10 years of LEGO NINJAGO while acting as a faithful expansion to 70620 NINJAGO City. 71741 NINJAGO City Gardens might just be the ultimate LEGO NINJAGO set – three storeys and 5,685 pieces certainly makes it the biggest set of the theme.  The sheer size of the set isn’t what makes 71741 NINJAGO City Gardens great though, it’s the references to the show, from all 10 years of it. 

This model easily takes the cake for the most NINJAGO references in one set, with iconic locations such as Zane’s memorial statue and Chen’s Noodle House finally realised in real LEGO bricks. The 19 minifigures themselves also offer plenty of characters direct from the TV show, such as the Mechanic who plays a pivotal role in more recent seasons. As if all of that wasn’t enough, the LEGO Group made sure to be as on the nose as possible with its release, launching it on the day that NINJAGO reached 10 years of age. Truly, this is the ultimate NINJAGO set. 

9 – Marvel 76178 Daily Bugle

Theme: Marvel Price: £274.99 / $299.99 / €299.99 Pieces: 3,772 Available: Now

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The biggest LEGO Marvel set to date – by whichever metric you choose; part count or sheer physical size – 76178 Daily Bugle takes an iconic comic book location and transforms it into a modular building-compatible model that should slot right into your growing LEGO city.

Yes, it’s ostensibly a big, grey, concrete slab – but that just makes it the perfect backdrop for the action offered up by its 25 minifigures, which bring a wealth of Spider-heroes and -villains to the table (including the first-ever LEGO versions of Deadpool, Blade and The Punisher). Painting the exterior of the building with those characters brings the entire scene to life in a way that’s sure to draw the eye wherever you place it.

A pricey set, no doubt – but if you’re a Marvel fan, one that’s easily worth the investment.

10 – Ideas 21325 Medieval Blacksmith

Theme: Ideas Price: £134.99 / $149.99 / €149.99 Pieces: 2,164 Available: Now

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The 33rd LEGO Ideas set may be a far cry from Clemens Fiedler’s original submission in design aesthetics, but that shouldn’t detract from what’s technically the biggest castle-themed LEGO set ever released (even if it isn’t actually a castle).

It takes its cues from the Modular Building Collection in its multi-storey approach, and packs in plenty of familiar techniques from the LEGO design team’s modern-day toolbox. That doesn’t mean 21325 Medieval Blacksmith lacks the ability to surprise you, though, because it’s how they’re applied that matters.

For Classic Castle fans, nothing can really compare to seeing the part palette, design language and attention to detail of the very best LEGO sets today poured into a medieval setting. Putting together 21325 Medieval Blacksmith, you genuinely feel like you’re diving into the Middle Ages through the lens of a set that embraces all that’s great about LEGO today.

Check out our review for a closer look at this superb slice of medieval life.

11 – LEGO for Adults 10276 Colosseum

Theme: LEGO for Adults Price: £449.99 / $549.99 / €499.99 Pieces: 9,036 Available: Now

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Rome wasn’t built in a day and, with consideration to a record number of 9,036 LEGO pieces, it should be immediately apparent that neither will 10276 Colosseum.

The new largest ever LEGO set released is unique for many reasons, beginning with a laborious, challenging, tan-infused build process that will take the better part of several days. Get beyond what will be a – shall we kindly say – memorable build experience, though, and sat before you will be one of the most impressive display models that the LEGO Group has ever produced.

Everything that makes the build process as difficult as it is also comes together to make the final LEGO set one of the best examples to date of what an unlimited budget and piece count can achieve, in the hands of the LEGO design team. Our review and image gallery goes into further depth at how authentic and impressive this set really is, from all angles.

As incomparable as its real-world source material, 10276 Colosseum is a one-of-a-kind LEGO set that if you are brave enough to build, you’ll be lucky enough to behold.

12 – Harry Potter 71043 Hogwarts Castle

Theme: Harry Potter Price: £349.99 / $399.99 / €399.99 Pieces: 6,020 Available: Now

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If there’s one set that every Harry Potter fan – LEGO collector or not – needs to own, it’s 71043 Hogwarts Castle. At 6,020 pieces, 58cm tall and 69cm wide, this is the ultimate, detailed recreation of the central setting to the Harry Potter series. With so much packed into the model across a 360-degree display, it’s impossible not to admire the build, nor to be taken back to those incredible, sweeping shots of the real castle from the film series. 

The exterior of the building is wonderfully captured through clever usage of texture and detail, whilst the design team’s passion for the project shines through the interior builds that capture not only key rooms and chambers from the castle, but also key moments of story.

Harry Potter’s return to LEGO has brought with it some truly quality upgrades on previous sets – 75968 4 Privet Drive is one such example that narrowly missed our Top 20 – but it is in what the theme has strived to create anew, at scales previously untested, that is most worth paying attention to, with no better example to celebrate than 71043 Hogwarts Castle

Arguably the LEGO Group’s finest ever castle set, it’s little wonder that this model has sold out more than once at

13 – Star Wars 75308 R2-D2

Theme: Star Wars Price: £179.99 / $199.99 / €199.99 Pieces: 2,314 Available: Now

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As a streamlined and refined version of 2012’s 10225 R2-D2, the LEGO Group’s latest take on the galaxy’s most iconic astromech droid in 75308 R2-D2 plants its flag as a worthy upgrade on the comparatively blocky original model. Where it falters in function it more than makes up for in aesthetics, positioning itself at the top of the pack in the Star Wars theme’s growing list of buildable characters.

But that doesn’t mean the rest pale in comparison – in fact, 75187 BB-8 actually sits almost perfectly next to Artoo. (Click here for the proof.) And while 75308 R2-D2 sits in contrast to the majority of the sets on this list in that it likely won’t be the LEGO Group’s last iteration of this droid at this scale, it’s far and away the best one yet, capturing an extraordinary amount of detail without sacrificing that all-important LEGO DNA.

Check out our review for more reasons why this should be near the top of your Star Wars wish list…

14 ­– Art 31203 World Map

Theme: Art Price: £229.99 / $249.99 / €249.99 Pieces: 11,695 Available: Now

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The largest LEGO set of all time deserves a place on this list, even if it does only achieve that record through an overwhelming number of round 1×1 plates and tiles. But that shouldn’t detract from how impressive 31203 World Map looks when complete and hung on a wall, nor the customisation options it brings to the table in its oceans.

The default layout reflects a Bathymetric map, which charts the topography of the seas – the darker blues represent the deepest parts of the ocean, while lighter colours signify shallower areas. There’s no need to keep things so scientific, though: the instructions explicitly encourage builders to get creative with those many, many tiles. Topped off with a white frame (in stark contrast to the rest of the Art line-up’s black borders), 31203 World Map builds into something very special indeed.

15 – LEGO for Adults 10295 Porsche 911

Theme: LEGO for Adults Price: £119.99 / $149.99 / €129.99 Pieces: 1,458 Available: Now

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The LEGO Group’s latest Creator Expert (or 18+) vehicle finally brings Porsche into the fold, but as Technic and Speed Champions fans will know, it’s not the first time we’ve had a brick-built 911. It is the first time we’ve had a 2-in-1 set in this line of oversized cars, however, as 10295 Porsche 911 is configurable as either a Turbo coupe or Targa convertible.

That means you’re getting twice the bang for your buck from what’s already a very cool car, bridging different decades in Porsche history with aplomb. The dark orange interior sits beautifully against the stark white exterior, representing a new hue for this subtheme (following the red of 10248 Ferrari F40, the dark green of 10242 Mini Cooper MK VII, and so on).

Don’t let the experience of the short-lived gift-with-purchase deter you: this is a spiritual successor to only 10265 Ford Mustang in design, which is to say it’s up there with the very best of the LEGO Group’s larger vehicles. While its price tag may once have been at the upper echelons of the company’s portfolio, 10295 Porsche 911 is actually one of the cheaper 18+ sets available today, offering an enticing build and stunning final model for just (just!) £119.99 / $149.99 / €129.99.

16 – LEGO for Adults 40516 Everyone is Awesome

Theme: LEGO for Adults Price: £30.99 / $34.99 / €34.99 Pieces: 346 Available: Now

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Everything is awesome about 40516 Everyone is Awesome, the LEGO Group’s first set designed to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community. Its deliberately vibrant colour scheme combines the pride and transgender pride flags with black and brown to represent the diversity of ethnicities among the community, mirroring Philadelphia’s eight-stripe pride flag introduced in 2017.

In design, it’s actually pretty simple, with those 346 pieces building into a basic backdrop for its 11 monochrome minifigures. But it’s a wonderfully colourful display piece, and that simplicity really only makes it more accessible – which should surely be the goal of any statement piece like this one, given inclusivity is basically its entire MO.

17 – Ideas 21318 Tree House

Theme: Ideas Price: £179.99 / $199.99 / €199.99 Pieces: 3,036 Available: Now

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Did you know, models submitted to LEGO Ideas cannot be more than 3,000 pieces? Fortunately for fans, then, the design team threw out the rulebook when they chose to adapt 21318 Tree House as an official product. It is the theme’s largest set yet, and not a single one of the 3,036 pieces are wasted in construction of a wonderfully natural and textured model. 

What this model achieves so beautifully is a sense of scale that is not easy to convey through images, as the tree rises well above the minifigure picnickers below, before stretching out into branches and rooms above. A mix of different brown colours and element shapes provides a masterclass in organic LEGO building.

The minifigures included here serve one purpose – to live vicariously through. With few among us ever likely to stay in luxury treehouse accommodation, 21318 Tree House feels like wish fulfilment, from the spiral stairs wrapped around the tree leading up to the three rooms, to the rope bridge and balcony looking out below, as decorated branches surround everything.There also comes with this set an added bonus in the form of the second set of leaf elements – as well as green pieces for a lush summer tree comes a spectrum of autumnal coloured leaves. Spending time carefully switching each one out is incredibly relaxing and breathes new life into a model that already packs such wonder. 

21318 Tree House is an Ideas set and they have unpredictably short shelf lives – but remarkably this looks like it was saved at the last minute from retirement at the end of 2020. Such is its popularity, though, it then went on back order in November until April 2021. The LEGO Group broke the rules to get this one made and indeed to keep it around – and it looks like they broke the mould in making it. Incomparable.

18 – LEGO for Adults 10292 The Friends Apartments

Theme: LEGO for Adults Price: £134.99 / $149.99 / €149.99 Pieces: 2,048 Available: Now

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How do you follow up a wildly-successful LEGO Ideas model like 21319 Central Perk? By doubling its footprint and building not one, but two apartments: Monica and Rachel’s, and Joey and Chandler’s. 10292 The Friends Apartments doubles down on its predecessor in every sense of the phrase, right through to the fantastic number of references baked into each and every corner.

Coming in at 2,048 pieces and including minifigures of all the main cast – plus the first-ever minifigure of Janice – it’s everything a Friends fan could want from a successor to 21319 Central Perk. Which, if you haven’t bought it already, you should definitely pick up alongside 10292 The Friends Apartments – there’s no sweeter combo than building both while binge-watching the show.

19 – Batman 76139 1989 Batmobile

Theme: Batman Price: £219.99 / $249.99 / €249.99 Pieces: 3,306 Available: Now

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Released in November 2019, 76139 1989 Batmobile marked the 80-year anniversary of Batman in style, capturing the Dark Knight’s most iconic Batmobile in all its glory at large scale. As we have written in our review, ‘from the distinctive jet engine turbine for a nose, and the low-angled deep-set canopy, to the smooth curves along a ludicrously long body that shape up into batwing-shaped fins, with everything coated in a thick, dark black’, the Batmobile is a lusciously designed vehicle, made classic for its featured role in the 1989 Batman and 1992 Batman Returns films.

That every possible feature and impossible curve has been skilfully recreated across 76139’s 3,306-piece build is testament to LEGO design and makes for a standout model on display and in any LEGO Batman’s collection. Such was the set’s demand across initial VIP release, the gift with purchase 40433 1989 Batmobile even sold out after the first day in many LEGO stores and at Batman’s most wonderful toy is surely one not to miss.

20 – Creator 3-in-1 31120 Medieval Castle

Theme: Creator 3-in-1 Price: £89.99 / $99.99 / €99.99 Pieces: 1,426 Available: Now

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If 2020 was the year of LEGO Pirates in 21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay and 31109 Pirate Ship, 2021 is definitely the year of LEGO Castle. First there was 21325 Medieval Blacksmith (which you’ll spot further up this list), and now the LEGO Group has followed up with another Creator 3-in-1 set dedicated to a classic theme in 31120 Medieval Castle.

Your LEGO budget rarely goes further than it does in Creator 3-in-1, and the same is true here, as a castle tower and medieval marketplace act as alternate builds to the primary classic castle layout. That main model is based loosely on 1986’s 6074 Black Falcon’s Fortress in its minifigure line-up and black-and-yellow building, which means 31120 Medieval Castle should also prove nostalgic for veteran fans in more ways than one.

And with all that in mind, you’re probably going to want more than one copy…

Notice something missing?

This list is updated regularly to reflect the 20 best LEGO sets currently available on the UK version of If something sells out there, it drops off the list until restocked. If a set is retired, it also comes out of the list.

Here are some sets in contention for the LEGO Set Buy List but for their out of stock status on the UK version of (availability in other territories will vary, so click the link to see if it’s still available where you are!). Listed here are also recently retired contenders that may still be available elsewhere:

Ideas 21322 Pirates of Barracuda BayLEGO UK exclusive: Sold out

NINJAGO 71699 Thunder RaiderLEGO UK: Retired Amazon: Available now

The LEGO Movie 2 70840 Welcome to Apocalypseburg! – LEGO UK: Retired Amazon: Available now

Ideas 21309 NASA Apollo Saturn V – LEGO UK: Retired Amazon: Available nowReissued as 92176 NASA Apollo Saturn V

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