When it comes to picking the next LEGO set to buy, it can be hard to know where to start. From the sheer quantity of sets available at any one time, to the limited shelf lives and variable stock levels, making sure you get value for money and that you don’t miss out on anything can be a hard task.
With such quantity, turnaround and cost of sets, it’s inevitable that some hidden gems will slip right under your nose and into retirement before you even notice, only to be discovered years later in retirement and at twice the price.
If you are after a collector’s checklist, a shopping list or even a first introduction to LEGO, the Top 20 LEGO Sets List offers a quick, considered and expert guide to the sets more than worthy of your attention and consideration.
Considering only what can be ordered today from the LEGO Group’s website (out of stock = off the list), criteria for making this list can include model design, display, value for money, build experience, minifigures, collectability and availability/market demand.
The Top 20 LEGO Sets List is updated regularly to consider new releases, back-in-stock sets and those that are retiring, and serves as a go-to reference for LEGO fans wanting a quick and up-to-date snapshot of the very best LEGO sets out there.
June 1’s wave of releases has influenced the current selection of 20, as have a few big sellers coming back into stock after dropping out of stock during the earlier weeks of the coronavirus pandemic. Check out the list and see if you agree with Brick Fanatics’ list, and be sure to support the work that we do by purchasing your LEGO through our affiliate links.