Not (just) for kids: These are the best Lego sets for adults

Lego is not for adults? Are you kidding me? Are you serious when you say that! From the Ford Mustang to a giant overburden excavator to the Star Wars Millenium Falcon – eight Lego sets that are guaranteed not to be child’s play.

Lego Creator Expert Ford Mustang (10265)

A must for fans of US muscle cars and a challenge of 1471 parts: The 1960s Ford Mustang is a faithful replica of the original with 5-spoke wheels, shifter, working controls and V8 engine block, even the position of the rear axle can be adjusted!

The Price: 99.99 euros

Lego Creator Expert Volkswagen T1 Campingbus (10220)

Camping buses are experiencing a boom. Just like the prices for the rolling four walls. If you don’t want to dig so deep into your pocket, the Lego model of the coveted VW Bulli is the right choice. The doors can be opened, and the pop-up roof works. The back seat and dining table can even be folded down as a whole camping bus.

The Price: 99.99 euros

Lego Architecture Studio (21050)

You have never experienced Lego in such a minimalist way. Few functional parts, all in white. This is Lego Architecture. Many Lego sets with well-known monuments such as the US Capitol or the Shanghai skyline are hidden behind the series. With the studio box, you can become Norman Foster yourself. In addition to the 1210 parts, you get an idea book with 272 pages of inspiration, instructions, and tips.

The Price: 299.99 euros

Lego Bucket-Wheel Excavator (42055)

One of the greatest machines ever built is the enormous Bucket-wheel excavator from the open cast mine. Even small, the Lego model still has size. The 3929 parts weigh 6 kilos. In the end, there is a bucket wheel excavator 40 cm high and 70 cm long. The Power Functions motor ensures that the conveyor belt is activated, and the entire excavator can be rotated and moved.

The Price: 209.99 euros

Lego Harry Potter Hogwarts (71043)

Adults playing with Harry Potter Lego? Sure, after all, the first volume in the series was published in 1997. Plenty of time to grow up. Lego has the highlight from the Harry Potter world: the Hogwarts magic school. With 6000 parts and many details such as chambers, classrooms, creatures, Hagrid’s hut, and more, the model is a real collector’s item. Much to the chagrin of many children. It’s just sold out very often. The set includes 4 mini-figures, 27 micro figures, and 5 dementors.

The price: 399.99 euros

Lego DC Batman1989 Batmobile (76139)

Some icons are not only immortalized on canvas but, you guessed it, in Lego too. This includes the Batmobile from the legendary 1989 film adaptation by Tim Burton. Fans can now recreate the classic with 3,306 parts. Features the sliding cockpit with a wrap-around windshield, two hidden guns with folding function activated by twisting the turbine exhaust, grappling hooks (deco) on each side of the vehicle, and three mini figures. Once the work is complete, the Batmobile can be displayed on the rotating base.

 The Price: 249.99 euros

Lego Star Wars Death Star (75159)

If you are fascinated by the dark side of power or you just want to recreate the destruction of the Death Star from Episode IV, then you can’t get past this Lego set: The Death Star is one of the really great models from Lego. 4016 parts combine to form a galactic mega weapon with a super laser. The Death Star includes 23 mini figures including Darth Vader the Emperor, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, Han Solo, and Luke Skywalker. Have fun roleplaying.

The price: 499 euros

Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon (75192)

If you have to save the galaxy and are looking for a real Lego challenge, you need the Millenium Falcon from the “Star Wars” collection. With 7500 parts, it is one of the largest Lego models there is. The boarding ramp can be lowered, hull plates can be removed and you can take a look inside. There is space for four figures in the cockpit – Han, Leia, Chewbacca, and C-3PO are included. For those who are more of a fan of the new episodes: Also included are crew members from Episode VII/VIII/IX with the older Han Solo, Rey, and Finn 3. Unfortunately, the largest Lego model is also the most expensive. To some it might sound like blasphemy, but while you are at it, why not mix genres and throw in the “lego piece 26047”. For those of you who don’t know what I am talking about, just google the lego piece 26047 meme.

The price: 749.99 euros

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