The best LEGO Star Wars kits: build your own galaxy far, far away

LEGO® and Star Wars™ are a classic combination. Since the first Star Wars themed set was released in 1999, everything from the iconic Battle of Endor featured in The Empire Strikes Back to the break-neck pod race from The Phantom Menace have been lovingly recreated in brick form.

There are been hundreds of kits over the year, many of which are unfortunately no longer in production, so if you’re wondering what are

the best sets on the market

currently, then you’re in the right place. 

Read on for our rundown of the best LEGO® Star Wars™ kits available right now.

A deal worthy of a Jedi

Before we jump into our picks of the best LEGO® Star Wars™ kits we’ve got an epic deal to tell you about. 

Courtesy of our friends over at LEGO®, you can get an exclusive Obi-Wan Kenobi Minifigure as a free gift on any LEGO® Star Wars™ purchase over £40 through the UK website. 

To make claiming your tiny Jedi as easy as possible, we’ve broken down the process into some simple steps: 

  1. Click overto the UK site 
  2. Decide which LEGO® Star Wars™ stuff you want to buy, and add it to your basket - it has to be £40 or over for the free gift to work!
  3. Before you check out and pay, put in this special code: OBII
  4. Once you see the free gift pop up in your basket, complete your purchase and wait for your treats to arrive in the post!

Duel on Mustafar

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Finally, the choice of who has the high-ground can be yours

 with this kit inspired by the climactic showdown between Obi-Wan and Anakin on the fiery planet of Mustafar. Featuring rotating platforms, two lightsaber-wielding minifigures and a lava explosion function, for just shy of £20 this is one of the biggest LEGO® bargains about. 

General Grievous’s Starfighter

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After his all-too-brief appearance in Revenge of the Sith, General Grievous quickly became a cult favourite among Star Wars fan. This 487-piece set not only includes a ridiculously adorable version of the mechanical villain but also an Obi-Wan minifig plus an airborne clone trooper. The starfighter is also a really fun build to boot, making this a very good value set.

Boba Fett Helmet

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LEGO® kits have become quite popular as display pieces in recent years, and this brick-sculpture of Boba Fett helmet is sure to look slick on any bookshelf, mantelpiece or office desk. The included nameplate is a nice little touch which really helps to make it look like more than a plastic toy.

Millennium Falcon

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One of the biggest LEGO® sets ever made, this behemoth comes in at over 7,500 pieces and features two different sets of minifigures to man the iconic ship, one based on the original trilogy and one based on the sequel trilogy. There is a

less complex version of the kit

available, with a cheaper price to match, but we think the fully detailed version is worth the hefty price tag.


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There are many iconic battles in the Star Wars universe but the Battle of Hoth which opens The Empire Strikes Back, is surely the most intense and exhilarating. This set features a gigantic armoured walker as well as a six minifigures, plus a speeder bike that can be stored inside the AT-AT. If you’re after a set for display purposes this is one of the best in the whole LEGO® range.

LEGO® Art The Sith

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Just this month LEGO® has released a new range of portraits made up of thousands of tiny studs. Each artwork set can be assembled to create one of several different pictures, this Star Wars variation gives you a choice between either Darth Maul, Kylo Ren or Darth Vader. If you’re a superfan you can buy three sets and create one gigantic canvas style image of Vader.

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