Han Solo’s ship that made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs has been made into a variety of LEGO sets. Ranging from small to large, each one is a version of the famous ship. Every LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon comes with differing amounts of bricks and pieces. They take a varied amount of time to construct as well.
One of these sets will be perfect for you. It will match the size, movie, and style you like best! This article will discuss each set created, so you can compare each to decide which is the best LEGO Millennium Falcon set.
These LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon sets are as follows:
7190 Millennium Falcon (2000)
The first LEGO Millennium Falcon ever created was the 7190 set in 2000. It was a part of the LEGO Star Wars Classic Line. This set came with 663 pieces and six minifigures. With this number of bricks, it takes about one to two hours to build.
It is now retired. If you want to buy it, you’ll have to purchase it from someone who bought it before retirement.
Han Solo, Princess Leia, Chewbacca, Luke Skywalker, R2-D2, and C3-PO came with this set. Unlike the majority of Star Wars sets created now, these minifigures were yellow-colored.
This set is a foot long. In addition to its size, it’s very detailed on the inside and out! The exterior of the ship has two quad laser canons, weapons, and an escape pod. The interior has a cockpit, seats, secret smuggling compartments, and a Dejarik table. For the first one created, LEGO did a great job on accuracy!
4488 Millennium Falcon
Another smaller set was released in 2003. This one came with 87 brick pieces and no minifigures. Although the top could not be removed to show an interior, the exterior of the ship still followed the typical design of the Millennium Falcon. It is another set that is retired as well.
4504 Millennium Falcon (2004)
The next large set built four years after the first, included more advanced designs. It was based on the Falcon seen in The Empire Strikes Back. The top of this ship could be opened to show the inside of the Falcon.
This version came with a boarding ramp that opened and closed. Additionally, the escape pod was removable from the ship.
The minifigures that came with this set were C3-PO, Han Solo, Princess Leia, Chewbacca, and a Snowtrooper. The Snowtrooper had a heavy repeating blaster like the Snowtroopers used in the movie.
The pieces in this set increased as well. There were now 985 bricks. This set is another one of the Millennium Falcon sets that are retired.
10179 UCS Millennium Falcon (2007)
This set is the largest one on the list so far. With 5195 brick pieces, it is a huge collector’s item. As of 2010, this set was so popular that every single one of them completely sold out!
When built, it measures three feet long and two feet wide. It was based on the Millennium Falcon’s design in A New Hope. This set had landing gears, a rotating radar dish and laser turrets, and an extending boarding ramp.
The cockpit was modified so it could fit each of the minifigures that came with the set. It came with Luke, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca, and Ben Kenobi.
When this set came out it cost $499.99. In addition to the heftier price, it also takes a whopping 30 hours to build!
7778 Mid Scale Millennium Falcon (2009)
The 2009 version of the Millennium Falcon is another smaller-sized one. It can’t fit minifigures inside of it, but it still has great detail and rotating guns, and a radar dish.
It was released as part of the 10th Anniversary LEGO Star Wars line. There are 356 pieces in this set. This set is not quite as big as the full-scale sets and not as small as the keychain, so it is the perfect size for a medium-sized display piece.
7965 Millennium Falcon (2011)
The next set released was more popular than the 2009 set. This one was created after A New Hope. Another large set, this one had 1254 pieces. This set came with even more additions to the exterior and interior design of the ship.
On this one, the hull plates could be lifted to reveal the inside of the ship. The cockpit cover was also detachable to make for easier access to place minifigures on the inside. The interior was also filled with a cup, chairs, control panels, and a game board.
Not only did it include the original characters: Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, and Chewbacca, but it also added Darth Vader and Ben Kenobi.
75105 Millennium Falcon (2015)
The 2015 version of the Falcon had a completely detachable cockpit. Two minifigures could fit into it at a time. The ship also included space for a minifigure inside the rotating laser turrets with a hatch.
The front of the ship came with spring-loaded lasers that shoot out. A sensor dish ramp and an entrance hatch allow the characters to enter and exit the ship easily.
Along with the original seating area and Dejarik board, it also came with more smuggling compartments, a hyperdrive, boxes, cables, and extra storage space.
This version was based on The Force Awakens Millennium Falcon, so it came with different minifigures. It included the characters old Han Solo, Chewbacca, Finn, Rey, BB-8, Tasu Leech, and a Kanjiklub gang member. This Millennium Falcon had 1329 brick pieces.
75192 UCS Millennium Falcon (2017)
One of the largest LEGO sets of all time, this Millenium Falcon is also the largest of the Millenium Falcon sets. With 7541 pieces, it takes about 30 hours to build.
The exterior includes removable hull panels, a boarding ramp, and a laser cannon on the top and bottom. The cockpit can be removed and fit four characters instead of two. There is also landing gear for easy setup.
The inside of the ship has the typical Dejarik game board and an engineering station and room. The gunning station also includes an access ladder. Additionally, there are two escape pod hatches.
Eleven characters come with this set. Five from The Empire Strikes Back: Han, Leia, Chewbacca, C3-PO, and a Mynock were included. From The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi, there are old Han, Rey, Finn, BB-8, and two Porgs.
This Millennium Falcon set also includes multiple weapons for the minifigures. There is a stud-firing bowcaster for Chewbacca. The other characters have a blaster pistol, a silver blaster, and a blaster rifle.
75212 Kessel Run Millennium Falcon (2018)
When Solo: A Star Wars Story was released, it revealed the full story behind the famous Kessel Run. The Kessel Run set is based on the Millennium Falcon from that movie.
It comes with seven minifigures. They include Han Solo, Chewbacca, Qi’ra, Lando, a Kessel Operations Droid, DD-DB, and Quay Tolsite. However, the cockpit can only fit two of them in it at a time.
There are 1400 pieces in this set, making it one of the larger versions of the LEGO Millenium Falcons. When constructed it includes two rotating laser turrets with gunner seats, spring-loaded lasers, and a detachable escape pod. The exterior is blue and white, instead of the typical grey of the other sets.
The interior is also very detailed. Inside the ship includes a cargo area, a buildable hyperdrive, a couch, the Dejarik table, and a missile compartment.
The characters also come with accessories. These include blasters, a blaster rifle, and electro-binoculars.
75257 Millennium Falcon
In all of the previously created LEGO Millenium Falcons, there have been gaps on the roof. The set created in 2019 no longer had any of those gaps, filling it in completely. This in and of itself makes many consider it the best of all LEGO Millennium Falcons. The set is made up of 1351 bricks.
This one is the only one created based on The Rise of Skywalker. As such, it doesn’t include Han Solo as a minifigure. The minifigures included are C3-PO, Finn, R2-D2, D-O, Chewbacca, old Lando, and Boolio.
We have discussed each Millenium Falcon set, ranging from different sizes, styles, and construction times. No matter what you are looking for, there is one that is the best for you!
Whether you want a small build or the larger set, one of these sets will work for you. Additionally, each is based on a variety of movies. Maybe your favorite depiction of the Falcon is from a specific movie in the Star Wars series. If so, there is a set that matches each it appears in!
As a LEGO lover or a Star Wars Collector, each Millenium Falcon set is unique and special in its own way. It will be exciting to see what additions they make to the Millenium Falcon LEGO collection within the next few years.