The Best LEGO Christmas Gift Ideas for a Star Wars Fan

28th August 2022

LEGO has a long relationship with the Star Wars franchise, dating back over twenty years. Ever since 1999, they have been producing LEGO sets that have allowed Star Wars fans to side with either the Jedi or the Sith and recreate famous scenes from the movies with their favourite characters. And for older or more skilled builders there are advanced models to constructs of iconic locations and vehicles from a galaxy far, far away. From kids to adult collectors, LEGO offers something for everyone with a love of Star Wars.

LEGO continues to produce dozens of new high-quality Star Wars sets every year that make for excellent gifts. So if you're searching for the perfect present to light up someone’s Christmas (or any other special occasion) look no further as we provide a list of the best adult and child gifts to suit a range of budgets. Building a set can also be a great family activity for the big day, or the holiday period that follows.

Gifts under £20 / $20

LEGO Darth Maul Keyring

Darth Maul Keyring (854188)

£4.99 / $5.99 / €4.99

LEGO sells a range of keychains featuring characters from the popular spin-off TV shows, such as The Mandalorian and The Clone Wars. This one of Darth Maul, who is one of the most recognisable Star Wars characters, is excellently detailed and would make for a great stocking filler.

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LEGO Duel on Mandalore set

Duel on Mandalore (75310)

£17.99 / $19.99 / €19.99

Any fan of The Clone Wars will remember the captivating battle between Darth Maul and Ahsoka. It was one of the best moments of the 7th season and this set allows LEGO fans to recreate the scene and play it out however they wish. In this set you get nice looking minifigures of each of them, equipped with their lightsabres. You also set a buildable throne (with secret draw) and Mandalorian vault.

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LEGO AT-AT vs. Tauntaun Microfighters set

AT-AT vs. Tauntaun Microfighters (75298)

£17.99 / $19.99 / €19.99

The Star Wars microfighter sets are great value and allow exciting battles to be waged on a smaller scale. This is a great introductory set for kids to LEGO Star Wars as it’s easy to build and provides plenty of play-ability. The Luke Skywalker minifigures with lightsabre and stud-shooting pistol is sure to inspire many kids! The miniature builds also both look great and would make for a nice desktop accessory for adults.

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Gifts under £50 / $50

LEGO Republic Fighter Tank set

Republic Fighter Tank (75342)

£34.99 / $39.99 / €39.99

The Republic Fighter Tank is an excellent gift idea for fans of The Clone Wars TV show. The set includes a great number of minifigures, that allows children to re-enact their own battle, and may even start their own army. One of these is a neat looking Mace Windu, complete with his unique purple lightsabre. The Fighter Tank also includes a nice design feature on the bottom that makes it look like it's hovering and has two missile shooters for blasting those pesky droids.

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LEGO Boba Fett's Starship set

Boba Fett's Starship (75312)

£44.99 / $49.99 / €49.99

This very popular set is an excellent replica of Boba Fett's Slave I spacecraft that he acquired during his time as a bounty hunter. Its eye-catching design certainly makes it standout and it's full of fun play features, like the carbonite brick that kids can use to pretend to freeze enemies. It appears in the original trilogy of movies, as well as the recent Mandalorian TV show, so it's a great gift for fans of either. The set also includes a small transporter vehicle that cleverly allows the spaceship to be displayed vertically.

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Gifts under £100 / $100

LEGO Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama set

Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama (75330)

£69.99 / $89.99 / €79.99

Just this year, LEGO released a series of dioramas based on the original trilogy of movies. They're marketed at adult collectors and Star Wars fans, as they have been given LEGO's 18+ branding. They have received lots of positive feedback as the designs look great and the sets make for fantastic models to display around the home. Our favourite is the diorama of Luke Skywalker's Jedi training on Dagobah, the home planet of Yoda.

The set can be configured to show Luke mid-handstand as part of his training, or to show him attempting to pull his sunken X-wing out of the swamp. Adult fans will love building this set as much as showcasing it, as it makes use of lots of interesting construction techniques and parts.

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LEGO Darth Vader Helmet set

Darth Vader Helmet (75304)

£59.99 / $79.99 / €69.99

Another series of LEGO sets aimed at older Star Wars enthusiasts is their helmet range, which depicts famous headgear of various heroes and villains from a galaxy far, far away. They've proved to be highly collectible thanks to the accuracy of the models and their attractive designs.

There's no Star Wars character more iconic than Darth Vader, so if there's any LEGO helmet to have, it's this one. The all black colour scheme means it's a classy looking set that will fit in with any décor. However, all the Star Wars helmets look fantastic so it's worth checking out the others LEGO have on offer.

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Gifts over £100 / $100

LEGO AT-TE Walker set

AT-TE Walker (75337)

£119.99 / $139.99 / €139.99

The AT-TE Walker has been a big hit with LEGO lovers since it was released in July. This is in part due to the superb minifigures that come with the set. The Phase 2 Commander Cody figure is one that fans of the prequel movies and The Clone Wars had been waiting for for a long time. The AT-TE itself is very well designed and highly detailed. Its legs are moveable and it's packed full of play features, making it a great gift choice for kids. It also looks very impressive on display and appeals to adults just as much.

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LEGO Millennium Falcon set

Millennium Falcon (75257)

£139.99 / $169.99 / €159.99

If you're looking for a LEGO set to either start someone's collection or add to it, this is a great place to start, as no serious collection is complete without a Millennium Falcon. The much-loved spaceship looks as brilliant on-screen as it does in brick form, thanks to this replica. The iconic design of this model and its substantial size makes it a great display piece, but it also includes lots of play features, so kids can act out endless galactic adventures with this set. There is also a very nice selection of minifigures to place around the ship.

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Posted by Graham on 28th August 2022

Graham is a passionate LEGO collector, who has a penchant for the Castle, Pirates, and Western themes. You can usually find him monitoring the latest developments and giving his opinion on what's hot and not in the LEGO world.


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