The UK flagship LEGO Store in London’s Leicester Square is opening at 23.59 on 13th September 2017 to celebrate the arrival of the biggest ever LEGO set – the LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series Millennium Falcon.

Those attending will be able to become the first owners* of the brand new LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collectors Series Millennium Falcon**, and get it signed by one of the LEGO Star Wars design teamTo be able to purchase you need to be a member of the LEGO VIP programme, but the good news is that anyone can be a VIP, and you can you may sign up to the programme prior or during the event. Also, the VIP programme is free of charge to join!

  • Fans will receive an exclusive black Millennium Falcon VIP** card with their purchase
  • Get your LEGO Star Wars set signed by a real LEGO designer – flying in direct from Billund
  • Everyone who comes to the store will win a prize via a scratch card raffle
  • Store will be open between 23.59 on 13th September and 01.00 on 14th September
  • Fans are welcome to dress up, although it’s not compulsory!

Jedi News will be at the event, and we hope to see many of you there too – happy hunting!

*   Whilst stocks last
** LEGO VIP – is official LEGO loyalty programme

Read on for the press release and gallery for the new Millennium Falcon: –


The biggest LEGO® set ever made, the LEGO® Star Wars™ Ultimate Collectors Series Millennium Falcon is a mind-blowing interpretation of Han Solo’s unforgettable Corellian light freighter with all the details that any Star Wars™ fan could wish for. Exquisite external detailing, a large cockpit, detailed interior, and even two crews – including iconic Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, C-3PO, Rey, Finn and many more – make this the greatest set this side of the Outer Rim!

The LEGO® Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon has landed! With over 7,500 elements, Han Solo’s super-fast modified YT-1300 is crammed with the coolest details and fun features. Marvel at the intricate hull detailing, sensor dish, upper and lower quad laser cannons, seven landing legs, lowering boarding ramp and hidden blaster cannon. The cockpit can seat up to four minifigures, includes a detachable canopy, and the outer panels can be removed to reveal the highly detailed interior. The main hold has seating for additional minifigures, a Dejarik holographic game, engineering station with a turning seat for a minifigure, plus detailed passageway decorations. Make your way to the rear compartment to monitor the hyperdrive from the console. There’s even a hidden floor compartment, two escape pod hatches, an access ladder to the gunnery station seat, and a detachable hull panel with a fully rotating quad laser cannon.

Display the Millennium Falcon alongside your favourite sets for the perfect collector’s item… and when you thought it couldn’t get any better, switch out the crew and swap the sensor dish to create either the classic or The Last Jedi version of the Millennium Falcon. The Force is strong with this set!