Got a little Jedi on your hands? Keep their hands and brains busy with galactic adventures and Star Wars LEGO sets. Let’s back up: The benefits of LEGO play are nearly endless, but here’s a rattled off list anyway. LEGOs help develop creativity, spatial awareness, problem solving, fine motor skills and focus, a must for kids these days, and hey, even adults too. Plus, they can occupy your kids for hours, so maybe – just maybe! – you’ll get some quiet time. All mom-approved. Bookmark these LEGO storage ideas; they’ll save your sanity – and feet! And if you’re looking for big LEGO sets, we’ve got those, too.
There are so many (so, so many!) ultra cool Star Wars-themed LEGO sets out there, for ages of all kinds and budgets of all kinds. We’ve rounded up 10 of the best Star Wars LEGO sets that will have you engaging in living room battle wars before you know it. May the force be with you, Mom.
Best LEGO Star Wars Set
LEGO Star Wars: The Mandalorian Collectible All Terrain Scout Transport Walker Posable Building Model
Get ready for LEGO action battles! This collectible raider model includes four LEGO Star Wars minifigure characters: The Mandalarian, Cara Dune and two Klatooinian Raiders. (As well as three blaster rifles and a blaster.) When assembled, the 540 pieces measure to over 9” high, 5” long and 5” wide. Nearly 8,000 5-star reviews on Amazon tells you this one is worth it.
With nearly 12,000 Amazon reviews and 4.9/5 stars, you know this Razor Crest starship is a winner for your little LEGO lover. This set includes four LEGO minifigures: The Mandalorian, Greef Karga, Scout Trooper and the Child, plus, when assembled, includes a dual minifigure cockpit, a cargo hold and two spring-loaded shooters. Includes 1,023 pieces and recommended for ages 10+.
Now your little one can build a detailed LEGO Star Wars Tantive IV, the legendary starship from Star Wars: A New Hope. It features an accessible interior, massive engines and detachable escape pods to play out epic Star Wars imaginary play. This construction set includes five minifigures: Bail Organa, Princess Leia, Captain Antilles, C-3PO and a Rebel Fleet Trooper, as well as R2-D2, four weapons and electrobinoculars. Includes 1,768 pieces and recommended for ages 12+.
Remember Kylo Ren’s shuttle from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker? Now your little builder can play out action scenes with this building kit, which includes six LEGO minifigures: Supreme Leader Kylo Ren and his signature Lightsaber, General Pryde, a Sith Trooper, a First Order Stormtrooper and two Knights of Ren. Includes 1,005 pieces and recommended for ages 10+.
Buy yourself hours of quiet mom time with this Darth Vader kit, when your kiddos are busy building the Emperor’s medical bay and recreate Anakin’s change into Darth Vader. Includes Emperor Palpatine, Anakin Skywalker and Darth Vader, plus two buildable medical droid figures. “I would 100% recommend this for anyone who loves Star Wars or LEGOS,” says one Amazon reviewer who bought this set for her six-year-old nephew.
For the older, more meticulous LEGO builders in your house, this iconic Darth Vader helmet makes for a birthday/graduation/holiday gift of the year. Once they’re done assembling the helmet, display it with the nameplate for some serious Star Wars decor. Includes 834 pieces and, when complete, measures over 8” high.
Brace yourself for “Mom, can you play a Star Wars battle with me?” with this 501st Legion Clone Troopers kit, which includes 285 pieces and is great for the little ones ages seven and up. This building kit includes four LEGO minifigures: three 501st Clone Troopers and a 501st Jet Trooper, with jetpack element, plus two Battle Droids and weapons for battles. Once assembled, the Walker measures over 7” tall – a good, portable size to throw in a backpack and take to friends’ houses.
This AT-AT Walker is detailed, is posable and is wildly fun for battles. This building kit includes six Star Wars minifigures: Luke Skywalker, General Veers, two AT-AT drivers and two Snowtroopers, all with weapons to role-play the Empire vs. Rebel Alliance battles. Includes 1,267 pieces and it’s recommended for children ages 10+. When complete, it measures over 13” high, 14.5” long and 5.5” wide.
According to this Amazon reviewer, it’s well built too: “My son bought this with his own money, as he’s an avid LEGO builder (at age 6!). He put this one together within three days and has used it to wage many battles against his other sets. This one seems sturdier and able to be played with a little better than some of the other sets.”
Over 8,000 glowing Amazon reviews all agree: this affordable Star Wars LEGO set would be a surefire hit even with your hardest-to-please little ones. With this set, you can build, play with and display the Star Wars A-wing fighter that features two firing missiles and retractable landing gear for some serious living room space battles. Includes 269 pieces and several LEGO action figures, including a Snap Wexley and a Lieutenant Connix minifigure.
Before you shell out the big bucks for a complicated Star Wars building kit, test out the do-they-deserve-a-more-expensive-LEGO-set with this ultra affordable pack of Sith troopers, which they’ll love to lead into battle. Includes four minifigures: First Order Officer, Sith Trooper and two Sith Jet Troopers, as well as four stud-shooting blasters and two jetpack elements. Recommended for ages six+.