LEGO Star Wars Sets That Will Thrill Your Favorite Jedi

On their own, LEGO sets and Star Wars each have legions of fans. Put them together and it’s a powerhouse of fun. LEGO Star Wars sets are popular items for the toy brand, and with good reason. While we can’t pilot the actual Millennium Falcon, it’s pretty awesome to build a miniature version with our own two hands. If you love the franchise (or know someone who does), these LEGO Star Wars sets make for a great activity or gift.

LEGO Star Wars AT ST Raider 75254 The Mandalorian Collectible All Terrain Scout Transport Walker Posable Building Model (540 Pieces)

The Mandalorian series on Disney+ is showing fans a whole new side to the Star Wars franchise, giving us an idea of what played out before A New Hope (the first film). This AT-ST Raider model is a collectible that includes four minifigure characters: The Mandalorian, Cara Dune and 2 Klatooinian Raiders. Suitable for ages 8 and up, the 540-piece kit is a great family activity while rewatching your favorite Mandalorian moments.

LEGO Star Wars: The Clone Wars Anakin’s Jedi Starfighter 75214 Building Kit (247 Pieces)

Fans of LEGO Star Wars: The Clone Wars video games will get a kick out of building Anakin’s Jedi Starfighter.The choice aircraft features an opening cockpit, retractable landing gear and firing stud shooters. For extended play once the build is complete, the set also includes minifgures of Anakin and R2-D2. The recommended age for this set is 7-12 years.

LEGO Star Wars: A New Hope OBI-Wan’s Hut 75270 Hot Toy Building Kit; Super Star Wars Starter Set for Young Kids, New 2020 (200 Pieces)

Take it back to the classics with a build set that puts the first Star Wars flick, A New Hope, in the spotlight. LEGO enthusiasts have the opportunity to build Obi-Wan Kenobi’s Tatooine abode, which lends itself to extended play well after you’ve completed construction. As far as minifigures go, this box includes Obi-Wan Kenobi and Luke Skywalker (with accompanying lightsabers, of course), as well as R2-D2 and a Tusken Raider. And just wait until you set your sights on the cool Princess Leia hologram feature.

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