This 'Home Alone' Lego Set Has Us Feeling All Types Of Nostalgic

Home Alone Lego set details and photos

You can now build and defend a Lego version of Kevin McCallister’s house from the Wet Bandits

Have whatever feelings you want to have about the onslaught of remakes (including the upcoming Home Alone update), but this is one new spin on a classic ’90s film everyone will appreciate. The incredibly detailed, 3,955-piece Lego set includes Home Alone Easter eggs, working traps straight out of the movie, and enough nostalgia-inducing flourishes to warm even the most cynical of hearts around the holidays.

The Home Alone Lego set will be released on Nov. 1 and costs a pretty penny at $250, making it an extra special gift for anyone looking to bond with their kids over Legos — or for an adult who is just a kid at heart!


The photos of the Home Alone Lego set really have to be seen to be believed

While the thought of building a nearly 4,000-piece Lego set is somewhat daunting, the finished build looks worth any frustrations you may face. The build opens up like a dollhouse, revealing a million movie moments. There’s the scary haunted furnace in the basement, Buzz’s creepy crawly tarantula, and the clever train set, complete with Michael Jordan cardboard cutout.


Of course, we also get the Wet Bandits themselves. Seriously, we didn’t realize that we needed a Joe Pesci Lego figure in our life until this very moment.


There’s even a working zipline, so you can reenact even the most action-packed moments of Kevin’s hijinks.


Seriously, no detail is too small in this plastic brick version of Kevin McCallister’s booby-trapped home in Chicago.


Last summer, the classic toy company revealed that they would be bringing a fan’s Lego idea to life. Alex Storozhuk, an avid builder and fan of Lego, submitted the idea to Lego Ideas. After winning, he explained what compelled him to submit the Home Alone design in the first place.

“Just as every 90s kid did, I grew up watching this classic and it takes a very special place in my heart. I can’t even imagine holidays without Home Alone. This movie is very nostalgic and makes those warm childhood memories to come up every time. Last Christmas, we were watching it and had out Winter Village on display, I clearly remember the moment I asked myself – “Why is there no LEGO Home Alone set?”. I thought that it would be a great collaboration and complementarity of brands and I just couldn’t let it go!”

Storozhuk quickly took to the internet, found detailed plans of the McCallister House online, and got to work. He had the first build done in less than a week. Sounds like a fun challenge to us.