If ever there were a franchise that were a perfect fit for a Lego collab, it would surely be Minecraft. So it’s surprising we have yet to look at the best Minecraft Lego sets.
Let’s go ahead and change that!
Yes, Minecraft is the beloved sandbox game that became a cultural phenomenon.
In fact, it is the highest selling video game of all time at over 238 million copies sold!
Clearly the franchise has a ton of fans, and I would bet that a large majority of that fan base are young children.
And you know what else young children are into? Yup… Lego.
And not just children… us too!
Lego has done some incredibly awesome brand collaborations of many of our favorite franchises.
So let’s get into this super awesome list… the best Minecraft Lego sets of all time!
It’s a giant skeleton. Well, at over 5 inches tall… that’s pretty big in Lego terms.
In fact, it’s so big for Lego, that they call it a “BigFig”.
The not so big baby zombie comes in at just over 2 inches. Still cool though.
Is the $57.95 pricetag cool? Well… depends on how much you’re into skeletons and zombies.
If there’s one quality that I truly appreciate in any good Lego set, it’s verticality!
That’s right.. I want to stack my Legos sky-high and watch it all tumble down.
So when I saw this Minecraft treehouse that measures over 11 inches tall, I was sold.
With a pricetag of $118.99, not literally sold.. but you know what I mean. Theoretically sold.
It also comes with a charged creeper, zombie, cat, chicken and more!
Having lived in Japan several times, I’m a sucker for some Japanese themed stuff. So this Minecraft ninja training grounds is right up my alley.
With a fuchsia roof and a blooming sakura tree? That’s a lot of yes from me.
This one also comes with a ninja, a rogue, a bat and a skeleton if the fuchsia roof wasn’t enough… all for $79.99.
This one is a special edition set from the Minecraft Dungeons video game. Which wasn’t a bad playthrough, especially for fans of Diablo-likes. We even mentioned it on our list of the 10 Best Games Like Diablo.
“The Jungle Abomination” was one of the coolest boss battles in the video game, and this Lego set is a pretty incredible depiction of the bad boy.
Check out those transparent purple teeth! So freakin’ cool.
And coming packed with a bunch of little characters for him to smash, the $39.99 pricetag seems like nothin for what you are getting.
Yup, this one is an easy addition to the list of best Minecraft Lego sets.
Are you team Alex or team Steve?
I guess overall, I don’t care either way, but since the Lego Steve comes with a weird parrot and Alex comes with a rad chicken… I went with Alex.
Also, with Alex coming in at 160 pieces and Steve at 159 pieces… and Alex coming in at $39.88 and Steve at $54.95… clearly Alex is a better bang for your buck.
This far superior Alex BigFig (big figure) is over 5 inches tall. Not as big as you’d expect, but it gets the job done.
How cool and weird is the Creeper? The silent exploding enemy character that has surely ruined your day many times if you’ve played Minecraft.
Well, that would likely result in you hating the little guys, but they are still pretty cool looking and are one of the most iconic characters from the Minecraft franchise.
Might we interest you in an eight inch tall creeper and a whole awesome mine scene?
Perhaps the inclusion of a mini creeper, a Steve, a cow, a bat and several others may help justify the $124.99 pricetag to your partner… who will be wondering why you’re buying Lego sets.
Unless, of course, they are like my girlfriend… who comes home with her own Lego sets sometimes.
I’m a sucker for any animal themed set. So, when I saw this Pig BigFig (that’s fun to say)… I had to include it on the list of best Minecraft Lego sets.
Just look how cute that pig is. And comes with a baby zombie? Sure.. why not!
This piggy is 4 inches long and 2 inches high and the accompanying zombie is 2 inches tall.
There’s a plump pricetag of $32.80 for the odd couple.
In what will be the most obvious theme of this list of the best Minecraft Lego sets… I love animals.
So once again… I present a super cool animal themed Minecraft Lego set. This time… a big ol’ bunny rabbit!
The not so lil bunny comes in at 4.5 in. high x 8.5 in. wide x 4.5 in. deep. That big enough for ya?
The astonishing $34.99 pricetag surely has you reaching for your credit card, right?
I’m a sucker for a bargain bundle. So when I saw this collection of twenty nine characters, I had to include it in the list of best Minecraft Lego sets.
Coming in at $36.99, that is just over a buck per character… absolutely worth it, in my opinion.
Each character is around two inches tall, some being larger (check out that awesome Enderman!).
You’re getting a ton of animals and characters for a pretty good price, what’s not to love?
If you prefer paying more, check out this cool list of the 10 Most Expensive Lego Minifigurines.
For me… size matters. You can see from the previous picks on this list of best Minecraft Lego sets, I went for bigger, taller, more… So this last one is all of the above.
Coming in at about 12x12x12 inches, this is the largest set to be included on the list.
And it’s a whole freakin village that lives in a big freakin llama. I mean, do I need to say more?
It also comes with nine characters, including a couple mini llamas.
This thing is llama’d out!
Ignore the $149.95 pricetag.. it’s worth it, no matter the price. This is the definition of “take my money”.
For size and coolness, this one easily takes the number one spot on the list of the best Minecraft Lego sets.
Anthony has been a video game lover ever since he can remember. He became a fulltime nomad in 2018, living throughout most of Asia. He focused his passion in retro gaming and began creating a game for the Game Boy Color while living in Nara, Japan during the 2020 pandemic. He is now in Chiang Mai, Thailand, where he spends most of his time gaming, going on long walks and meeting as many stray dogs as possible.