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Monumental masterpieces: The top 11 largest LEGO sets ever!

Every parent's dream is to bring up their children in the happiest possible environment. A comfortable environment includes bonding and creating a special connection with your children. LEGO give you this type of experience as they bring a child out of a parent, making it easy to connect with their children.

It is important to note that adults can also buy LEGOs as they appeal to different age groups. Many sets of LEGOs exist, giving you an unlimited scope of imagination.

The following are 11 of the most extensive collection of LEGO's ever produced;

1. LEGO ART 31203 World Map

Learning about the location of different places in the world instils a background of geography knowledge on your child and gives you travel ideas and memories. In June 2021, the LEGO ART 31203 World Map was the biggest LEGO set ever released. It contains 11695 pieces (the most in LEGO art sets), enabling you and your children to create a significant and creative representation of the world map.

The pieces in this set are 2D bricks giving a builder a clear representation of different places in the world. The collection appeals to all people aged 14 years and above.

2. LEGO Star Wars 75192 Millennium Falcon

Star Wars sets are the most popular and the most sold sets of LEGO Art. Because of its popularity among children, it is essential to give your children a Star Wars experience. This experience will enable them to relate to their pieces' stories. The LEGO Star Wars 75192 Millennium Falcon gives your children the ultimate Star Wars experience.

The 75192 Millennium Falcon was released in September 2017. With 7,541 pieces and ten minifigs, it was the most extensive LEGO art set ever at its release, and it remains one of the biggest LEGO sets ever. The set comes with features that are relatable to all Star Wars enthusiasts, as it has four characters from the original trilogy and three from the sequel. LEGO recommends this set for people aged 16 years and above.

3. LEGO Harry Potter 71043 Hogwarts Castle

LEGO marked 18 years of LEGO Harry Potter sets with the 71043 Hogwarts Castle. The collection was released in 2017 and was the second-largest set with stunning 6020 pieces. It is a fantasy castle influenced by existing historical architecture such as Gotham and the French Renaissance.

The Hogwarts Castle may take more than a day to build, encouraging creativity and boosting concentration span on both you and your teenage child. LEGO recommends this set for people aged 15 years or older due to its complexity.

4. LEGO Creator Expert 10256 Taj Mahal

Released in 2017, LEGO Creator Expert 10256 Taj Mahal was introduced by LEGO to re-lease the 10189 Taj Mahal. Creator Expert 10256 Taj Mahal is the 4th most extensive LEGO set with 5923 pieces. This set is one of the most exciting LEGO sets, offering a beautiful display with more colorful pieces than the previous version. The set is rated 16+, which shows the size and technicality involved in building it.

5. LEGO NINJAGO 71741 NINJAGO City Gardens

The LEGO Ninjago 71741 Ninjago City Gardens was released in 2021, replacing the 70656 Ninjago City Docks. The set comes with 5685 pieces and 19 Minifigures, making it the 5th largest cityscape ever produced by LEGO arts. LEGO group recommends this piece for children over 14 as it comes with an easily understandable building manual.

Ninjago City Gardens is a beautiful set for your child as you can build your own models. It takes a long time to give you an exciting ninja experience.

6. LEGO Creator Expert 10284 Camp Nou- FC Barcelona

Being the most popular sport globally, the love for football develops at a very young age and never fades. LEGO decided to treat their fans to a football experience with their LEGO Creator Expert 10284 Camp now- FC Barcelona. This set symbolises the football stadium of FC Barcelona, the biggest football stadium in Europe.

LEGO released this set in September 2021 with 5509 pieces, making it one of the most giant sets ever produced. The set is rated 18+, but nothing about it makes it harder for younger builders with knowledge of football and football stadiums.

7. The LEGO NINJAGO Movie 70620 NINJAGO City

The LEGO NINJAGO Movie 70620 preceded the LEGO Ninjago 71741 Ninjago City Gardens, released in 2021. LEGO released the Ninjago 70620 in 2017. This set has 4867 pieces and 16 Minifigures (17 if you add its Sweep robot), making it among the top 11 LOGO sets ever produced. This set takes 13-14 hours to build and is recommended for creative thinking. LOGO suggests that it is suitable for people between ages 16 and 21.

8. LEGO Star Wars 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer

LEGO Star Wars 75252 Imperial Star Destroyer makes it to the 10 top eleven most giant LEGO sets ever released. The set was released in 2021 and came with 4784 pieces, and takes upto 16 hours to build. Unlike the 75192 Millennium Falcon, this set has only two Minifigures, Imperial Officer and Imperial Crew member. LOGO recommends this set for people aged 16-21 years.

9. LEGO Ghostbusters 75827 Firehouse Headquarters

LEGO Ghostbusters 75827 Firehouse Headquarters was released in 2016. This set comes with 4601 pieces and 9 to 12 Minifigures, depending on your definition of a Minifigure. The set is recommended for adult fans aged between 16 years and above as it enables them to customise to their imaginations.

10. LEGO ART 31201 Harry Potter Hogwarts Crests

LEGO ART Harry Potter Hogwarts was released in January 2021, replacing the 70656 Ninjago City Docks. The set comes with 4249 pieces making it the 10th largest cityscape produced by LEGO arts. LEGO group recommends this piece for adults over the age of 18 years.

11. LEGO Creator Expert 10253 Big Ben

LEGO Creator Expert Big Ben completes the list as the 11th biggest ever LEGO set to be created. The set was released in 2016 and had 4163 pieces. The set symbolises the Elizabeth Tower, which adjoins the Palace of Westminster in England. LEGO recommends this set for builders aged 16 years and above.

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