Discover the ultimate 9,000-piece Lego Colosseum – Lego's biggest project is now on sale

Lego Colosseum Deal
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Back in 2017 the Star Wars Millennium Falcon Lego set came in at an eye-watering 7,541 pieces, and was at the time the biggest set the company had ever produced. Now all that has changed, with the release of the epic Roman Colosseum set. At 9,036 pieces, this is the biggest ever Lego set (as of November 2020) and you can get yours now for $549.99 (opens in new tab).

This sublime reconstruction of the ancient wonder details both the iconic arches of the ruin's three tiers, and inside the remains of the arena floor. Aimed at Lego builders with a little more construction experience, this is the perfect gift for history lovers or travel fans with an eye for detail and of course plenty of patience! 

Lego Colosseum (9,036 pieces): $549.99 at (opens in new tab)

Lego Colosseum (9,036 pieces): $549.99 at (opens in new tab)

Once it was the largest amphitheater in the world, now it's the largest Lego set ever. Take on the biggest ever Lego challenge – an epic 9,036 piece project that can now be yours for $549.99.

The Lego colosseum set is aimed at those aged 18 and over, and according to Lego comes with "coffee-table-style building instructions" (opens in new tab). Despite the heft and size of this construction project (10.5” (27cm) high, 20.5” (52cm) wide and 23.5” (59cm) deep), Lego also claims the finished model will be easy to pick up, move and put on proud display! 

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Lego Architecture Black Friday deals

If you're looking for a slightly less monumental challenge, this Black Friday there are great deals on a range of Lego sets from around the world, and beyond. Lego offers a range of different size Architecture sets, from a few hundred pieces, to close to 2,000.

So, depending on your engineering prowess, there are plenty of iconic landmarks you can begin recreating from the comfort of your home. 

Lego Statue of Liberty (opens in new tab)

Statue of Liberty (1,685 pieces): $119 $96 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to build Lego!" Recreate Lady Liberty in all her glory with this set — now 20% off on Amazon, saving you $24!

Lego Architecture Trafalgar Square 21045 (opens in new tab)

Trafalgar Square (1,197 pieces): $80 $64 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

Nelson's column, the Royal Victoria and Albert Museum and even London's iconic red buses are all wonderfully recreated in Lego bricks, and now you can grab the set for $64, saving you a spiffing 20%!  

Lego Architecture Empire State Building 21046 (opens in new tab)

Empire State Building (1,767 pieces): $130 $104 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

Another icon of the New York skyline, the Empire State's four detailed facades tower above little yellow taxi cabs below, but its 21-inch (55cm) height is well within your reach. You can snap up this set now and save 20% off the usual price! 

Lego Architecture San Francisco 21043 (opens in new tab)

San Francisco (565 pieces): $50 $40 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

The ominous Alcatraz prison, Golden Gate Bridge and the Salesforce Tower all feature in this re-interpretation of the San Francisco skyline. Pick up this set now for just $40! 

Timothy Williamson
Editor-in-Chief, All About History

Timothy is Editor in Chief of print and digital magazines All About History and History of War. He has previously worked on sister magazine All About Space, as well as photography and creative brands including Digital Photographer and 3D Artist. He has also written for How It Works magazine, several history bookazines and has a degree in English Literature from Bath Spa University