The most expensive LEGO sets ever made – October 2021

You might know the biggest LEGO sets of all time, but the most expensive models are a different story, with October adding the Titanic to the list.

The LEGO Group produces a whole host of expensive sets, from licensed creations based on Star Wars to historic models that pay homage to past eras of architecture and engineering.

As of October 2021, the list of costly builds has undergone a few changes since we last looked in June, so here’s the updated selection of the most expensive LEGO models ever made:

6 – Star Wars 75159 Death Star


That’s no moon, it’s the Star Wars 75159 Death Star released in 2016 for £409.99 / $499.99 / €487.39. Whilst the huge set has now retired, the playset-like creation depicted the space station with spaces for scenes based on its appearance in the films.

At 4,016 pieces and 27 minifigures, its size isn’t quite enough to posit it as one of the biggest LEGO sets of all time, but it still manages to cost just as much.

5 – Technic 42131 App-Controlled Cat D11 Bulldozer

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Releasing on October 1 2021, LEGO Technic 42131 App-Controlled Cat D11 Bulldozer is one of two new additions to the list and pushes Harry Potter 75978 Diagon Alley out of it entirely.

At £419.99 / $449.99 / €449.99, 42131 App-Controlled Cat D11 Bulldozer is a complex, but functional creation that – true to its name – can be manually controlled via the CONTROL+ app with a variety of challenges and achievements to complete and unlock.

4 – LEGO for Adults 10276 Colosseum

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Once the biggest LEGO set of all time, as well as one of the most expensive, LEGO for Adults 10276 Colosseum weighs in at £449.99 / $549.99 / €499.99 for all 9,036.

Dedicated to recreating the ancient icon, LEGO for Adults 10276 Colosseum is available now on the official online store but doesn’t even come close to the highest costing model ever made.

3 LEGO for Adults 10294 Titanic

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The second new addition to the list is LEGO for Adults 10294 Titanic, a model that was revealed ahead of the scheduled launch date of November 8. Whilst the story of the real ship may not have had a happy ending, the majesty and beauty of the RMS Titanic has been faithfully captured for you to fully recognise the ship for what it was intended to be.

For £569.99 in the UK, $629.99 in the US and from €629.99 in Europe, 10294 Titanic is longer than any model on this list at 135cm, and might also be the biggest in terms of size, not pieces.

2 – Star Wars 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer

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Still sat at the top spots of the list are the two massive models based on a galaxy far, far away. The cheaper of the LEGO Star Wars duo is 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer at £649.99 / $699.99 / €699.99, though it may be tried for first depending on where you live.

With a miniature version of the Imperial Star Destroyer, and Tantive IV spacecraft, this enormous model rivals 10294 Titanic in size and length, but a minifigure-scale interpretation would be even bigger.

1 – Star Wars 75192 Millennium Falcon

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The most expensive LEGO set ever made is Star Wars 75192 Millennium Falcon with a cost of £649.99 / $799.99 / €799.99 putting it just above 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer thanks to regional prices.

With options to display it in the sequel and original trilogy, with relevant modifications includes for each, this LEGO Star Wars build is part of the Ultimate Collectors Series for a reason as an iconic creation for anyone wanting the classic part of a galaxy far, far away.

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