LEGO Titanic Is One of the Largest Sets Ever With 9,090 Bricks

LEGO Titanic
LEGO

If you want to take part in building the most famous ship of all time, you’ll want to get the new LEGO Titanic set. The Titanic luxury liner was known for its unrivaled grandeur, not to mention its size, and this new LEGO set follows that same trend with over 9,000 bricks and coming in at more than four feet long.

After countless rumors, this week, LEGO announced its epic 9,090 piece Titanic ship replica. The company says it delivers a truly immersive building challenge for LEGO fans thanks to being one of the largest LEGO sets ever created.

What makes the LEGO Titanic unique, aside from being massive, is that it’s a replica—both inside and out—because it breaks into multiple sections to reveal its inner structure. And no, it doesn’t break open from hitting an iceberg like that fateful night. Instead, builders can open different sections of the ship and see all the levels and promenades, see the boiler room, or gaze at the grand staircase.

LEGO Titanic Boiler room
LEGO

The LEGO Titanic has cargo cranes, swimming pools, and functional items, including adjusting the tension of the lines that run between its masts, raising or lowering the anchors, or even moving those ever-important lifeboats.

“I’ll never let go, Jack. I’ll never let go.”

This LEGO set is nearly 4-1/2 ft long, has over 9,000 pieces, and includes several layers and moving parts, making it truly a masterpiece. LEGO made sure to mention that it’s a challenging build, so hopefully you’re up to it. Builders will love the end result, where the massive engines move the pistons when the boat’s propellers turn. Just like the original ship, this is truly one-of-a-kind.

If you want to pay homage to the epic Titanic ship and add this to your collection, you’ll be happy to learn that while it’s an expensive toy, it’s not as pricey as the original ship. LEGO will release the set on November 8th for $629. Grab your own from the link below.

LEGO Titanic Replica

Get one of the largest LEGO sets ever created with the 9,090 piece Titanic replica for $629.

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