LEGO sets with the most bricks: Eiffel Tower, Titanic & more

Marius Boonzaier
The LEGO Icons Titanic is the LEGO set with the second-most bricks

The more bricks, the more rewarding and immersive the building experience, right? We’ve rounded up the seven LEGO kits comprising the most pieces. Here’s what you can expect. 

LEGO sets were meant to be built. Indeed, that’s what they were designed for. Each LEGO kit should be unboxed and the building experience enjoyed, whether it’s by yourself or when shared with someone else. Doing the latter is arguably even better. 

Of course, the more bricks, the greater the building experience arguably is. It’s immersive. It’s rewarding. 

So, if you want to truly immerse yourself in the world of LEGO building, look no further. We’ve rounded up the currently available LEGO sets that comprise the most bricks and where you can buy each of them. Here’s what you can expect. 

1. LEGO Icons Eiffel Tower — 10307

The LEGO Icons Eiffel Tower on display

There is a host of LEGO sets taking inspiration from wondrous structures. Take, for example, the kits listed as the best LEGO Architecture sets for adults. Each is exquisite. However, as marvelous as these must-haves may be, none is as spectacular as the architecture-inspired LEGO Icons model seen here. This is a must-have.

Comprising the most bricks of any LEGO set currently available (a whopping 10001 if you were wondering), the LEGO Icons Eiffel Tower features myriad elements reminiscent of Gustave Eiffel’s original. Even the construction process of the brick-built replica closely follows that of the latter. 

As such, this set is sure to provide architecture aficionados aged 18 and up with an immensely immersive and rewarding building experience. In addition, once all the bricks have been clicked together, you’ll be left in awe by this impressive centerpiece’s sheer size. This 360-degree build measures 58.5 inches tall, 22.5 inches wide, and 22.5 inches deep. 

Then there’s the authentic detailing. The LEGO-reimagined Eiffel Tower features every element imaginable to stay true to the original. 

2. LEGO Icons Titanic — 10294

The LEGO Icons Titanic, which comprises the second-most bricks of any LEGO set, on display

Bring to life the Titanic in LEGO format. Considering its number of bricks, it is sure to provide adult LEGO builders aged 18 and up with a nostalgic and rewarding building experience. 

Each of these LEGO Icons sets 9090 bricks click together to create an impressive 1:200 scale model of the most famous cruise liner to ever sail the sea. The brick-built ship measures 17.5 inches tall, six inches wide, and an immense 53 inches bow to stern. There is no doubting the centerpiece status of the LEGO-reimagined Titanic. 

Of course, it’s not only this kit’s impressive size that makes it a spectacular centerpiece. There’s a host of historically accurate design details. 

Starting with the exterior, the LEGO replica features items such as the Titanic’s bridge, a cargo crane, a total of 300 portholes, and lifeboats. A neat element, you can turn the propellers to replicate the piston engine’s turning. 

In addition, the LEGO Icons Titanic features three sections, which, when detached from each other, allow you to marvel at the LEGO model’s interior. The latter includes a first-class dining room, passenger cabins, a smoking lounge, a grand staircase, a boiler room, and even a swimming pool. 

3. LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon — 75192

The LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon on a galaxy background

Thought it’s the LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series sets for Star Wars fans aged 18 and up that comprise the most bricks? Well, think again. 

Designed for fans of the galaxy far, far away who are 16 years and older, this LEGO-reimagined Millennium Falcon boasts the most pieces of any LEGO Star Wars kit currently available. How many, you ask? A total of 7541

As such, this LEGO recreation of what’s arguably the most famous ship in the Star Wars universe is an impressive piece of kit. It is, in fact, the largest Millennium Falcon replica ever created by LEGO. It measures 21 inches tall, 23 inches wide, and 33 inches nose-to-tail. 

But that’s not all. It’s this LEGO Star Wars set’s intricate detailing that makes it so much more spectacular as a centerpiece. 

This brick-built starship features a host of authentic elements. These include sensor dishes, weapons, and a host of compartments, each of which features a host of unique items. A lowering boarding ramp, removable hull panels, and, of course, a cockpit for the minifigures are also present. 

Four minifigures and a BB-8 droid figure are included. The latter includes Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, and C-3PO.

This LEGO Star Wars set is undoubtedly the best LEGO Star Wars set for kids. However, it promises to provide an immersive and rewarding building experience for grownups, too. It isn’t one of the best LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series sets of all time for no reason. 

4. LEGO Star Wars AT-AT — 75313

Adult positioning the LEGO Star Wars AT-AT.

The second (and by no means last) LEGO Star Wars set to make this list comes in the shape of the LEGO Star Wars AT-AT. Comprising 6785 bricks, this kit is impressive, not only for the immersive building experience it provides, but also for its intricate detailing, and its price. It’s one of the most expensive LEGO sets currently on offer.  

Listed as one of the best LEGO Star Wars sets for adults, the LEGO-reimagined AT-AT features opening hatches, including a bomb-drop hatch, and weaponry. The latter includes cannons, replete with recoil action, and cannons of the rotating variety. 

However, that’s not all. A couple of speeder bikes are also present.

A host of minifigures is included, allowing you to recreate iconic scenes from the galaxy far, far away. There are General Veers, a Snowtrooper Commander, four Snowtroopers, and two AT-AT drivers. What’s more, there’s a minifigure of Luke Skywalker, which can be attached to the All Terrain Armored Transport vehicle with a line. 

5. LEGO Star Wars The Razor Crest — 75331

The LEGO Star Wars The Razor Crest on display

The final Star Wars-inspired LEGO set featured on this list, the LEGO Star Wars The Razor Crest places fifth with a brick count of 6187. Like every model in LEGO’s Star Wars Collector Series range, this kit is a must-have for Star Wars fans aged 18 and up. 

In addition, like the discontinued LEGO Star Wars A-wing Starfighter, which is still available at Amazon (at a premium, no less), this set’s value should increase when it’s retired to the galaxy far, far away. Well, that’s if you keep it safely tucked away in the box. 

However, although a return on investment is likely, that is arguably not the reason you’d want to get your hands on each of this set’s bricks. Yup, this is a set you want to build and, when completed, display. It does look great, doesn’t it? 

Measuring nine inches tall, 19.5 inches wide, and 28 inches long, this brick-built replica of Mandalorian bounty hunter Din Djarin’s armored shuttle is worthy of centerpiece status. In addition, this marvelous recreation sports an array of authentic details. 

There is, for example, an escape pod, which can be detached from the main ship, a couple of side hatches, and a cargo compartment. The engines can also be removed. 

A trio of minifigures are included. There are The Mandalorian, The Mythrol, and Kuiil. A Grogu figure and a buildable Blurgg figure are also present. 

6. LEGO The Lord of the Rings Rivendell — 10316

An adult with their LEGO The Lord of the Rings Rivendell set

Comprising only 20 bricks fewer than the LEGO Star Wars The Razor Crest, this The Lord of the Rings-inspired LEGO set takes sixth place as the currently available LEGO kit with the most bricks. 

What’s more, included with this 6167-piece set are a whopping 15 minifigures, allowing you to recreate iconic scenes from The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. Among the 15 are Frodo, Sam, Bilbo Baggins, Boromir, Gimli, Aragorn, Legolas, and Gandalf the Grey. 

Rated as one of the best LEGO sets exclusive to the LEGO Store, this is an extremely-detailed piece of kit, with accurate elements and decor galore. As such, it will make for a conversation-starting centerpiece. 

The completed model measures 15 inches tall, 28.5 inches wide, and 19.5 inches deep. It was designed for The Lord of the Rings enthusiasts aged 18 and up. 

7. LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle — 71043

The LEGO Harry Potter Hogwarts Castle set on a black background with magic graphic

Although not a LEGO Harry Potter Collector’ Edition set, the brick-built version of Hogwarts is a must-have for every Potterhead 16 years and older (and, yes, that includes adults). It’s a sure-fire collectible. 

Comprising 6020 bricks, the LEGO recreation of Hogwarts Castle is an exquisitely detailed kit featuring oodles of authentic detailing, outside and in. 

There are, for example, the Great Hall, Defence Against the Dark Arts classroom, Chessboard Chamber, Room of Requirement, Chamber of Secrets, Gryffindor common room, Professors Dumbledore and Dolores Umbridge’s offices, and a library. Each room is brimming with accessories and unique elements. 

All of this is contained in a brick-built recreation measuring 22 inches tall, 27 inches wide, and 16 inches deep. 

In addition, there’s a whopping 27 minifigures, from Harry Potter to Lord Voldemort. Aragog the spider and Basilik figures are also present, as is a buildable Hungarian Horntail. 

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