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New LEGO Star Wars Special 25th Anniversary Sets

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the LEGO Star Wars collaboration between the LEGO Group and Lucasfilm with a year-long celebration announced by the LEGO Group, befitting this relationship milestone and honoring LEGO Star Wars fans across the galaxy.

Today, the LEGO Group is kicking off the anniversary festivities at the Spielwarenmesse, otherwise known as Nuremberg Toy Fair, in Germany, with new anniversary products now available for pre-order. Additionally, the LEGO Group announced the LEGO Star Wars 25-Second Film Festival, which will kick-off in March as part of the celebrations.

First revealed at the International Toy Fair in New York in 1999, the LEGO Star Wars collaboration marks its 25-year milestone at the Spielwarenmesse with a selection of 25th-anniversary LEGO Star Wars building sets, launching March 1st of this year. These include a new Starship Collection line featuring brand-new builds inspired by the Millennium Falcon and the Invisible Hand starships; not one but two building sets inspired by the Tantive IV ship; and a special 25th-anniversary edition building set honoring R2-D2. Some sets will include collectible minifigures never seen before in LEGO form or anniversary tiles, marking the special occasion.

The #75375 LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon building set comes with 921 pieces and measures over 5 in. (13 cm) high, 9.5 in. (24 cm) long, and 7.5 in. (19 cm) wide. The price is 84,99 €/$84,99/74,99 £ / 149.99 AUD / 36990 HUF /799 CNY /2199 MXN /109.99 CAD. Available at the LEGO Star Wars section of the Online LEGO Shop.

The #75376 LEGO Star Wars Tantive IV building set comes with 654 pieces and measures over 6 in. (15 cm) high, 12.5 in. (32 cm) long, and 4 in. (11 cm) wide. The price is 79,99 €/$79,99/69,99 £/99.99 AUD/32990 HUF/749 CNY/99.99 CAD /1999 MXN. Available at the LEGO Star Wars section of the Online LEGO Shop.

The #75377 LEGO Star Wars Invisible Hand building set comes with 557 pieces and measures over 7 in. (17 cm) high, 11.5 in. (30 cm) long, and 3.5 in. (9 cm) wide. The price is 52,99 €/$49,99/46,99 £ /89.99 AUD / 22990 HUF/499 CNY/1299 MXN/64.99 CAD. Available at the LEGO Star Wars section of the Online LEGO Shop.

The #75379 LEGO Star Wars R2-D2 building set comes with 1,050 pieces and measures over 9.5 in. (24 cm) high, 6 in. (16 cm) wide, and 4 in. (11 cm) deep. The price is 99,99 €/$99,99/89,99 £ / 199.99 AUD/42990 HUF/899 CNY/129.99 CAD/2599 MXN. Available at the LEGO Star Wars section of the Online LEGO Shop.

The #75387 LEGO Star Wars Boarding the Tantive IV building set comes with 502 pieces and measures over 3 in. (8 cm) high, 5 in. (13 cm) wide, and 8.5 in. (22 cm) deep. The price is 54,99 €/$54,99/49,99 £ /89.99 AUD/ 22990 HUF/499 CNY/69.99 CAD/1399 MXN. Available at the LEGO Star Wars section of the Online LEGO Shop.

At the LEGO booth at the Spielwarenmesse is a brand-new LEGO Star Wars 25th-anniversary logo featuring a LEGO recreation of the lovable droid, R2-D2. Visitors will also find a 1:1 LEGO brick build inspired by R2-D2 made from 27,797 LEGO elements. The R2-D2 life-size build will travel across Europe and the U.S. throughout 2024.

“The LEGO Star Wars collaboration has enjoyed a most impressive 25 years with products, video games, animated content, big builds, merchandise, and more! We want to celebrate all those years and milestones with everyone who helped us get here, but especially with the fan community as we would never be where we are today without their creativity and passion,” says Mike Ilacqua, Head of Product at the LEGO Group.

On March 1st, the LEGO Group will kick-off the LEGO Star Wars 25-Second Film Festival, inviting fans around the world to submit their own 25-second film that recreates their favorite Star Wars moments or forges a new one with LEGO Star Wars building sets and minifigures they treasure.

“It’s been 25 years of true fun combining Lucasfilm’s expansive Star Wars galaxy with the ingenuity of the LEGO Group, offering fans exciting ways to recreate their favorite scenes, vehicles, and characters from our stories,” said Paul Southern, Senior Vice President, Lucasfilm Franchise and Licensing, Disney Experiences. “With the enthusiasm of our fans to engage with the Star Wars galaxy and express creativity through building, we look forward to continuing the legacy of fun for decades to come.”

Throughout 2024, the LEGO Star Wars team plans to celebrate with fans front and center of it all and a couple fans already shared what makes the LEGO Star Wars relationship so special to them:

“I’ve had the pleasure of being part of the LEGO Star Wars fan community for 16 years. Known for my LEGO Star Wars diorama builds, I’ve recently been working on a build inspired by the planet Geonosis for the past year. It’s my largest to-date at over 10ft long and features 150K+ LEGO elements, including my favorite set of all time – the #10195 LEGO Star Wars Republic Dropship with AT-OT Walker building set.” – David Hall (YouTube – Solid Brix Studios)

“I have loved Star Wars my entire adult life. It is what kickstarted my LEGO journey. Star Wars tells stories of hope and of good persevering. It’s incredible to see that same storytelling come alive via LEGO Star Wars bricks.” – Jean V (Instagram, @Jeansversion)

Additional product releases tied to the 25th anniversary of the LEGO Star Wars collaboration include an updated edition of DK’s LEGO Star Wars Visual Dictionary, which comes with an exclusive new minifigure. It’s currently available for pre-order and will be released in April 2024.

Fun facts only the most hardcore LEGO Star Wars fans know:

  • The 1999 Jar Jar Binks minifigure was the first ever to have a unique LEGO head sculpt.
  • Ewoks, Boba Fett, and Yoda were some of the first minifigures to feature with short legs (2002).
  • Except for battle droids and stormtroopers, R2-D2 is the character that appears in most LEGO Star Wars
  • The Jedi Bob minifigure appears in just one LEGO set, the #7163 LEGO Star Wars Republic Gunship from 2002
  • The Darth Vader minifigure has changed many times over the years, but his helmet remained unchanged from 1999-2015.
  • The #10177 LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon spent a day in a sauna, since it couldn’t fit into the ovens used to quality check a product’s resistance towards sunlight.
  • The cockpit windshield element in the #7191 LEGO Star Wars X-wing Fighter is based on a mold for a 4.5-volt battery box from a LEGO train set.
  • The 24 minifigures and droids included in the #10188 LEGO Star Wars set allow fans to re-enact almost every single scene taking place on the Death Star.
  • The Zam Wesell minifigure from the #7133 LEGO Star Wars Bounty Hunter Pursuit was one of the first minifigures to have double-sided face decoration.

More opportunities to celebrate will come throughout the year as the LEGO Group joins forces with their fan community to spotlight their creativity and passion for LEGO Star Wars.


  • 1998: Licensing agreement with Lucasfilm is signed in the confines of Skywalker Ranch, CA. This licensing agreement is the first of its kind for the LEGO Group.
  • February 1999: The launch of LEGO Star Wars is announced at the International Toy Fair in New York by the LEGO Group and Lucasfilm Ltd.
  • 1999: The first new male hairpiece in 20 years is designed for Qui-Gon Jinn.
  • 1999: The first specially designed minifigure head is designed for Jar Jar Binks.
  • 1999: 13 sets + a LEGO MINDSTORMS Droid Developer Kit were launched.
  • 2000: Two more advanced sets – #7181 LEGO Star Wars TIE Interceptor and #7191 LEGO Star Wars X-wing Fighter – launch the LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series.
  • 2000: #7190 LEGO Star Wars The first Chewbacca minifigure was released. It was a challenging design until the design team came up with the idea of creating a head with fur covering the back and front of the torso, which has been used in many minifigure designs since.
  • 2001: #10018 LEGO Star Wars Darth Maul launches as a set exclusively available on LEGO.com and in LEGO stores – at a whopping 43 centimeters tall!
  • 2002: Ewoks, young Boba Fett, and Yoda, included in sets #7139 LEGO Star Wars Ewok Attack, #7153 LEGO Star Wars Jango Fett’s Slave I, and #7103 LEGO Star Wars Jedi Duel, are some of the first LEGO minifigures to have short legs.
  • 2002: Only 12 elements are required to build the #3219 LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter. The set is among the early LEGO Star Wars Mini Building Sets launched at the beginning of the new millennium.
  • 2003: The introduction of more natural skin colors in all licensed products also reaches the LEGO Star Wars galaxy with the #10123 LEGO Star Wars Cloud City from 2003.
  • 2007: #10178 LEGO Star Wars Motorized Walking AT-AT launches in 2007. The model can move its head and walk – forward and backward.
  • 2007: #10179 LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series Millennium Falcon launches. The biggest LEGO set… for a while.
  • 2011: The #75211 LEGO Star Wars UCS Super Star Destroyer is launched. With a length of 124 cm, it was the longest LEGO product ever made at the time.
  • 2013: The world’s largest LEGO model, a 1:1 replica of the LEGO Star Wars X-wing starfighter, is revealed in New York’s Times Square. The massive replica took 32 master builders, 5.3m LEGO bricks, and over 17,000 hours to complete.
  • 2014: The trend of constructing tiny, but ever iconic models, re-surfaces with the MICROFIGHTER series. Small enough to fit into a hand – big enough to carry a minifigure.
  • 2015: The CCBS platform (Character and Creature Building System) with its large-scale buildable figures infiltrates the LEGO Star Wars
  • 2017: #75192 LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series Millennium Falcon launches – 10 years after its impressive predecessor. It succeeds the previous model by 2,344 elements, reaching 7,541 pieces.
  • 2019: Five special 20th-anniversary sets featuring iconic ships with exclusive throwback minifigures launch in tribute to the LEGO Star Wars history – a recreation of some of the most iconic and popular sets from the last 20 years.
  • 2019: To mark the final movie installment of the Sequel Trilogy, the #75256 LEGO Star Wars Kylo Ren’s Shuttle is one of five sets to accompany the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
  • 2020: Grogu from Star Wars: The Mandalorian makes his first appearance in two LEGO Star Wars sets (#75292 and #75318), following the adorable character’s reveal in Season 1 of the fan-favorite series.
  • 2020: In a new product range for adults, the first three Helmet Collection sets designed for display are produced, including #75274 LEGO Star Wars TIE Fighter Pilot Helmet.
  • 2021: The Bad Batch is on the loose in the #75314 LEGO Star Wars The Bad Batch Attack Shuttle, which accompanies their new animated series Star Wars: The Bad Batch.
  • 2021: Following Season 2 of Star Wars: The Mandalorian a fleet of five new sets are released, which include Din Djarin and Grogu on a speeder bike in the #75299 LEGO Star Wars Trouble on Tatooine set.
  • 2021: The highly anticipated and iconic #75313 LEGO Star Wars AT-AT UCS launches.
  • 2022: The first three LEGO Star Wars Diorama sets hit the shelves. Now fans can display iconic movie moments like the #75330 LEGO Star Wars Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama.
  • 2022: LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga game is released.
  • 2022: Two sets released from the new live-action series Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi introduce new Obi-Wan Kenobi minifigures.
  • 2023: Three Mech sets including the #75369 LEGO Star Wars Boba Fett Mech launches.
  • 2023: A youthful Yoda appears in the #75358 LEGO Star Wars Tenoo Jedi Temple. The Junior build is packed with play features and is the first set based on the animated series Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures.
  • 2023: To coincide with the live-action Ahsoka series, a new version of the Ghost & Phantom II is released (#75357)—a remake of the LEGO Rebels-era craft first released in 2014.
  • 2024: The LEGO Group announces the 25th anniversary of LEGO Star Wars with a year-long celebration, new products, and a 25-second Film Festival.

The new LEGO Star Wars 25th-anniversary sets are available for pre-order now via the LEGO Star Wars section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? How do you like the new LEGO Star Wars sets? And what other sets would you like to see this year celebrating the 25th anniversary? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!

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  • Håkan January 30, 2024, 10:23 AM

    Apparently, there’s a serious rumor that Jedi Bob will return this year. (With a shiny yellow head…)

    Otherwise, I only have a passing interest in Star Wars, but I like all the strange side species included.

  • Feliz234 January 30, 2024, 11:57 AM

    Are these considered midi scale?

    • k.k. January 30, 2024, 9:47 PM

      Yep, midi indeed! My favorite scale!

  • Legostuff14 January 30, 2024, 12:08 PM

    It’s just a little bit pricey for me. But, I do have a large collection of Star Wars ( not just in Lego). Star wars has been apart of my life for very long time. If you wonder how long of a time. I would be in the old republic era. When Lego decided to do Star Wars sets . I said “yes,yes,yes”. My wallet has never been the same again. Lol! Right now Rivendell and the empire are having a battle. Here’s a crazy idea. How about Jedi elves. Mmm!🤔

  • Sonicboom January 30, 2024, 12:27 PM

    I wonder what they are going to release in May!

    • Eriks lego January 30, 2024, 12:33 PM

      You mean for SW day?

  • Ian January 30, 2024, 8:42 PM

    I love that these are smaller scale! And the anniversary logo is a nice touch. I plan to pick up at least the Falcon.

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