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20 Best LEGO Minecraft Sets

Updated 15 November 2022

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What could go together better than LEGO and Minecraft? 

Both help kids use their imagination and technical skills to build fantastic worlds and creations, and LEGO is perfect for bringing Minecraft off the screen and into the real world. With iconic characters like villagers, creepers and Steve all available in LEGO form, these sets will delight any Minecraft fan.

We’ve picked out the 20 best LEGO Minecraft sets with famous scenes like The Creeper Mine and The Wither available to be recreated brick-by-brick, along with The Modern Treehouse and The Waterfall Base. 

Of course, as with any LEGO set or Minecraft itself, you can ignore the instructions and build whatever your imagination comes up with!

The Top 3 LEGO Minecraft Sets

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LEGO Minecraft The Coral Reef 21164 Building Toy Set for Kids, Boys, and Girls Ages 7+ (92 Pieces)
LEGO Minecraft The End Battle 21151 Ender Dragon Building Kit Includes Dragon Slayer and Enderman Toy Figures for Dragon Fighting Adventures (222 Pieces)
LEGO Minecraft The Red Barn 21187 Building Toy Set for Kids, Girls, and Boys Ages 9+ (799 Pieces)
Recommended Age
7 years and up
7 years and up
9 years and up
Pros
Kids love the treasure chest and the puffer fish are fun and unique
The dragon’s limbs are movable
Comes with lots of animal figures
Cons
Quite a small set
The in-game skin code only works once, so if you have multiple children it can cause conflict
Quite challenging to build
Price
$9.99
$36.99
$99.99
Our Favourite
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LEGO Minecraft The Coral Reef 21164 Building Toy Set for Kids, Boys, and Girls Ages 7+ (92 Pieces)
Recommended Age
7 years and up
Pros
Kids love the treasure chest and the puffer fish are fun and unique
Cons
Quite a small set
Price
$9.99
More information
Best on a Budget
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LEGO Minecraft The End Battle 21151 Ender Dragon Building Kit Includes Dragon Slayer and Enderman Toy Figures for Dragon Fighting Adventures (222 Pieces)
Recommended Age
7 years and up
Pros
The dragon’s limbs are movable
Cons
The in-game skin code only works once, so if you have multiple children it can cause conflict
Price
$36.99
More information
For Serious Brick Heads
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LEGO Minecraft The Red Barn 21187 Building Toy Set for Kids, Girls, and Boys Ages 9+ (799 Pieces)
Recommended Age
9 years and up
Pros
Comes with lots of animal figures
Cons
Quite challenging to build
Price
$99.99
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These Minecraft LEGO sets all make awesome gift options for Minecraft obsessed kids (or adults!) The great thing about them is that they bring Minecraft out of the computer and into the real world, so they are an effective way to draw kids away from screens without resorting to threats or bribes. 

However, different sets will suit different children, depending on age, interests, construction ability and how much LEGO they already own. So take a gander at the 20 products listed below to see which one will suit your Minecraft fanatic best.

1. LEGO Minecraft The VIllager Raid

Help! Hostile pillagers are raiding this village; only you can help Kai rescue the villagers and save their crops and trading post! With three sections that can be arranged however you like, this Villager Raid LEGO Minecraft set can inspire endless new adventures. This set is easy to build and fun to play with, solo or battling with a friend.

1 LEGO Minecraft The VIllager Raid 21160
Recommended age: 8 years and above

This Villager Raid set is packed with fun features, including five buildable figures (a few of them exclusive), a vegetable garden and a house with a removable roof so the play can continue indoors. Kids will especially love the colossal ravager beast, with a butting head and jaws that open and snap shut!

What We Love:
❤️ Three builds that can be connected in a variety of ways 
❤️ Includes rare and exclusive minifigures
❤️ Easy to assemble

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Ravager legs are a bit tedious to build
💔 A few customers found that pieces were missing

2. LEGO Minecraft The Coral Reef 

If you’re looking for a more affordable option or something that can be added to larger sets to extend the fun, this is a great choice. The player in this one is the Minecraft favorite Alex, who must fight off a drowned zombie and two adorable pufferfish (one inflated, one not). A fun addition is a hidden treasure that can only be revealed if you know which brick to turn!

2 LEGO Minecraft The Coral Reef 21164
Recommended age: 7 years and above

For such an affordable LEGO set, the Coral Reef includes a wide variety of fun accessories. Alex is equipped with a sword, a removable diving helmet and the treasure chest opens to reveal a pearl and a fish.

What We Love:
❤️ Kids love the treasure chest
❤️ The puffer fish are fun and unique
❤️ Great first LEGO set

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Quite a small set
💔 Almost too easy to build

💡 Tip: While the recommended age is 7 and above, many customers have noted that this set is easy enough for their 5-year-olds.

3. LEGO Minecraft The Blaze Bridge 

This Blaze Bridge LEGO set has an iconic Minecraft structure. It is packed with fun interactive features and items kids will recognize from the game. These include a swooping blaze rod and gravel rockfall functions, a brewing stand and potions, a treasure chest, glowstone and more. At 370 pieces, this is a decently sized set that will occupy kids for hours.

3 LEGO Minecraft The Blaze Bridge 21154
Recommended age: 8 years and above

One of the best things about this set is its excellent figures. In addition to an Alex minifigure complete with armor and sword, there is a wither skeleton and two blaze figures with blaze rods that spin effectively. When it comes to interactive play elements, this set is a winner!

What We Love:
❤️ Lots of movable features
❤️ Blaze figures are awesome
❤️ Super fun to build 

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Turning blaze feature doesn’t always work well
💔 Lots of easy to lose pieces

4. LEGO Minecraft The Bakery 

While this set is called “The Bakery,” it is much more than that. Kids can bake bread in the bakery, grow wheat or milk the goat on the farm and roleplay scenarios in the living area. Plus, it wouldn’t be Minecraft without a battle, so there is also a Creeper figure to fend off your baked goods and precious egg! We also love that this set can be reconfigured in various ways, so kids can enjoy setting up different scenarios.

4 LEGO Minecraft The Bakery 21184
Recommended age: 8 years and above

This is another reasonably compact set for those who want something smaller that can act as an addition to other sets. However, the pieces it does include are lots of fun, including baked goods, an adorable goat figure with a bucket and pail and lots more to inspire imaginative play.

What We Love:
❤️ Easy enough for kids to assemble by themselves
❤️ Pieces look a lot like they do in the game
❤️ Well laid out instructions

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Doesn’t include many unique pieces
💔 Building is quite small

💡 Tip: You can use this set to teach kids the process of baked goods production, from the farm to the bakery.

5. LEGO Minecraft The End Battle 

This LEGO set doesn’t include any buildings; it is an excellent option for combining with other LEGO Minecraft sets you already have. Its main feature is the ferocious dragon – its limbs are movable, and it comes with fireballs that shoot from its mouth! Stage epic battles between the dragon and dragon slayer, who is equipped with a potion and a pearl to make it a fairer fight. For kids who love Minecraft and dragons, this is a no-brainer.

5 LEGO Minecraft The End Battle 21151

Recommended age: 7 years and above

This set also includes an enderman figure and obsidian pillar with an end crystal that pops up. But the best part for Minecraft fans is that it also comes with a code to redeem a dragon slayer skin in the online game! 

What We Love:
❤️ The dragon’s limbs are movable
❤️ The player figure is not generic
❤️ Fireball shooting feature works great

What We Don’t Love:
💔 The in-game skin code only works once, so if you have multiple children it can cause conflict
💔 A few customers found that pieces were missing

6. LEGO Minecraft The Red Barn 

This farmyard-themed set includes a whopping 799 pieces, which is a bit too challenging for younger children. However, kids aged nine and above will love the challenge and many minifigures and accessories included. In addition to a rancher and jungle villager, there is a goat, chicken, cow, baby cow and horse to take care of. A baby zombie can also cause mischief by riding the chicken!

6 LEGO Minecraft The Red Barn 21187
Recommended age: 9 years and above

The red barn is an iconic Minecraft feature and in this LEGO set, it opens up on a set of hinges to a whole world of play scenarios. Another fun feature is the potato patch, with potatoes that spring up when you turn a knob.

What We Love:
❤️ Comes with lots of animal figures 
❤️ The barn opens up and includes a ladder to the second floor
❤️ Great colors

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Quite challenging to build 
💔 Would be great if the apples had separate stalks like the carrots

7. LEGO Minecraft The Fortress 

If you want to wow your LEGO and Minecraft-obsessed kids, this could be your option. With a whopping 984 pieces, this set can be reconfigured in various ways. This makes it excellent for creative kiddos or those who love to roleplay different battle scenarios. This is a decked-out fortress with creeper banners, a prison, water and farm areas!

7 LEGO Minecraft The Fortress 21127
Recommended age: 8 years and above

Kids will love the skeleton minifigures and buildable horse and sheep figures that come with this extensive set. We can’t name everything here as there simply isn’t space, but other fun features include fortress doors that open with a pressure plate, canons that shoot and several other weapons.

What We Love:
❤️ Build according to instructions or your own design
❤️ A fun challenge for LEGO aficionados
❤️ High playability and versatility

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Will break apart if picked up
💔 Hard to keep pieces organized

💡 A few ziplock bags will help to keep the pieces organized. 

8. LEGO Minecraft The First Adventure 

The First Adventure LEGO Minecraft set is one of the most interactive and fun sets to play with once built. Minecraft fans will love playing out one of the most fun game settings in 3D space, going down the waterfall elevator and foiling enemies with the collapsible rail tracks, sliding earth blocks and explosions. This is a good-sized set for playing and displaying at 542 pieces and three levels.

8 LEGO Minecraft The First Adventure 21169
Recommended age: 8 years and above

Speaking of enemies, this set features two skeletons to battle with Alex and Steve minifigures. On top of that, there are some unique animal figures, including a dyed cat, horned sheep and a moobloom. 

What We Love:
❤️ Good level of challenge for kids
❤️ Packed with play features
❤️ Includes a lot of detail

What We Don’t Love:
💔 A little small for the price
💔 Rails don’t easily connect to other sets

9. LEGO Minecraft The Bee Farm 

Whether your child is a Minecraft fanatic or simply buzzed about bees, they will surely enjoy this Bee Farm LEGO set. The set includes eight bees – four friendly bees that help the flowers grow and four angry bees that fly via a rotating flying feature to cause chaos. There is also a villager, a cute baby sheep and a beekeeper in a bearskin that includes movable elytra wings.

9 LEGO Minecraft The Bee Farm 21165
Recommended age: 8 years and above

This is a fun set for kids who don’t just want to build a LEGO set but play with it too. The set is packed with interactive parts and characters who can move in various ways and go to various places, like the secret bees tree hideout!

What We Love:
❤️ Includes lots of movable figures
❤️ The bees are very cute
❤️ Easy to follow instructions

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Some parts do not fit together tightly
💔 The design is quite unstable

10. LEGO Minecraft The Crafting Box 3.0 

At its heart, Minecraft is about crafting your imaginative creations. So the great thing about The Crafting Box set is that there isn’t just one way to construct it – you can put the blocks together to create any design of the castle and farm (or whatever else) you want! It is quite challenging, so it is best for kids with LEGO building experience.

10 LEGO Minecraft The Crafting Box 3.0 21161
Recommended age: 8 years and above

Aswell as all the building blocks, this set includes key characters from the game, namely Steve, Alex, a Creeper, a pig and a zombie. The TNT launcher is an extra fun feature because, let’s be honest, which kids don’t enjoy destroying the structures they have built?

What We Love:
❤️ Endless building and play opportunities
❤️ Keeps kids occupied for hours
❤️ Encourages creativity

What We Don’t Love:
💔 A bit difficult for some kids
💔 Most of the pieces are not Minecraft specific

11. LEGO Minecraft The Pig House 

If your child loves Minecraft pigs, this set is an absolute must-buy. The entire house is shaped like a pig! Kids can take the role of Alex and care for the pigs who live in a pen under the house, feeding them carrots and defending them from the Creeper. The house also opens up to reveal a living area, so there are many play opportunities.

11 LEGO Minecraft The Pig House 21170
Recommended age: 8 years and above

This is another set with a detonate feature, which kids love as it is great fun and allows them to build it all again. At the same time, the set is impressively sturdy, especially considering its height.

What We Love:
❤️ A good challenge for kids to build by themselves
❤️ The detonate feature is fun
❤️ Lots of interactive play opportunities

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Some customers received slightly mixed up pieces
💔 The base could be more stable

12. LEGO Minecraft The Farm

For kids who enjoy farming in Minecraft, this LEGO set allows them to do so in an interactive, hands-on way. Once the farm is built, they can help Steve take care of the sugarcane, carrot and wheat crops, look after the cow and sheep, get water from the waterfall and defend precious supplies from the skeleton.

12 LEGO Minecraft 21114 The Farm
Recommended age: 8 years and above

It would be great if this set included more animals, but it is packed with iconic Minecraft accessories. These include a crafting table, torches and a treasure chest. This set also provides an incredible landscape to play on and combines very well with other sets.

What We Love:
❤️ A great base for imaginative play
❤️ Includes buildable cow and sheep
❤️ Kids can put it together by themselves

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Not many figures included for the price
💔 The pieces do not always stay together

💡 Tip: While this is listed as for children 8 and up, several parents said their 6 year olds assembled it without assistance.

13. LEGO Minecraft The Warped Forest

This Warped Forest Minecraft LEGO set is packed with adventure and fun to build and play with. It has many playable features kids will enjoy, including a rockfall and a TNT explosion, which can be used to fall a tree that forms a bridge. Minecraft fans will also love that this set incorporates two biomes: Warped Forest and Soul Sand Valley.

13 LEGO Minecraft The Warped Forest 21168
Recommended age: 8 years and above

For those who already have a few Minecraft Lego sets, this set is excellent as it includes a few unique figures, including a Huntress and a hoglin with a movable head. Two piglins complete this setup for an epic Minecraft adventure!

What We Love:
❤️ Easy and fun to assemble
❤️ Incorporates two biomes
❤️ Comes with a few unique figures

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Smaller than it looks in the picture
💔 The hoglin color is not true to the game

14. LEGO Minecraft The Creeper Mine 

This Creeper Mine set is a big one – it’s got 834 pieces that make a full mine, complete with rail track, minecart, shelter with bed, anvil, oven and chest and no less than three explosive functions! Minecraft enthusiasts will particularly love the entrance tower, shaped like a giant Creeper, which is also where you load mined gold. 

14 LEGO Minecraft The Creeper Mine 21155
Recommended age: 8 years and above

For such a large set, you would expect some interactive features, and you won’t be disappointed. As well as the explosive functions, there is also a treasure drop feature and a working rail with a minecart. Minifigures include a Steve, blacksmith and husk, plus Creeper, cow and bat figures.

What We Love:
❤️ The Creeper tower is awesome
❤️ Excellent if you want a challenge
❤️ A very extensive set

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Quite hard to build
💔 The base plates come apart easily

💡 Tip: Note that kids will probably need some adult help building this one.

15. LEGO Minecraft The Ice Spikes 

This Ice Spikes LEGO set is another option with multiple configurations, so it’s a great choice if you’re looking for versatility and replayability. While this set isn’t a massive number of pieces, it comes with many rare accessories, which probably explains the higher price tag. These include iron armor and a helmet for the Steve minifigure, an enchanted pickaxe, an enchantment book, a lapis lazuli ore element, torches, crops, a banner and a treasure chest!

15 LEGO Minecraft The Ice Spikes 21131
Recommended age: 8 years and above

The Ice Spikes, with its tall ice columns, is a fun environment to inspire imaginative play. The set includes lots of buildable elements, perhaps the coolest being the movable spider figure. Other fantastic features include a library with an enchantment table and a shelter with a bed.

What We Love:
❤️ Limitless building possibilities
❤️ Very cool looking set
❤️ Lots of moving features

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Expensive for the size
💔 It is a little unstable

16. LEGO Minecraft The Modern Treehouse 

This Minecraft Modern Treehouse set is a great choice for more experienced kiddos who want endless creative building possibilities. With this many-leveled modular treehouse, there is no limit to the configurations you can create! Plus, the minifigures in a panda skin and ocelot skin, and the charged Creeper, zombie, cat and chicken figures are enough to satisfy kids who love the online game.

16 LEGO Minecraft The Modern Treehouse 21174
Recommended age: 9 years and above

This is an impressive set to display at 11 inches high and comprising 909 pieces. It includes four unique rooms and is packed with iconic Minecraft accessories that we don’t have room to list here – but rest assured, they will inspire imaginative play!

What We Love:
❤️ Limitless building configurations
❤️ Includes several unique items
❤️ Kids won’t get bored of this for a long time

What We Don’t Love:
💔 A few customers did not receive all the pieces
💔 Too complex for younger kids

17. LEGO Minecraft The Guardian Battle 

This set is more about the characters you create than it is about a building or setting. While there is a nod to an undersea coral reef, the coolest thing in this set is the two large, buildable guardians, one of which comes with a spring-loaded blaster! To battle this hostile mob, there is a diver minifigure armed with a trident, a glowing squid and three adorable axolotls.

17 LEGO Minecraft The Guardian Battle 21180
Recommended age: 8 years and above

Minecraft fans will love the included characters as they are both iconic to Minecraft and not found in other LEGO sets. This is an awesome option if you already have a few sets or your child is more interested in open-ended play than extensive building.

What We Love:
❤️ Great colors
❤️ Good level of challenge for kids
❤️ Lots of characters to play with

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Would be nice if it included a normal squid
💔 The large guardian is a bit tricky to assemble

18. LEGO Minecraft The Abandoned Village 

The Abandoned Village set is a great supplementary Minecraft set, and it’s also a good choice for creative kids who want lots of build-and-play options. This set is essentially four mini sets that form an abandoned zombie village made up of a zombie hunter’s campsite, a villager’s workplace, a pumpkin patch and an abandoned house. However, these have decent customizability and can also be used as building elements to flesh out other sets.

18 LEGO Minecraft The Abandoned Village 21190
Recommended age: 8 years and above

A cool feature of this set is the blast furnace with a set of diamond armor in the making. In addition, you get a zombie hunter and zombie villager to stage epic battles and an iconic Minecraft cat.

What We Love:
❤️ Lots of detail that is true to the game
❤️ Allows kids to get very creative
❤️ Sturdy and well made

What We Don’t Love:
💔 Could have more minifigures
💔 A few of the instructions are tricky to follow

💡 Tip: For Minecraft fans aged 10 and older, why not try out this Builders & Biomes Strategy Board Game?

19. LEGO Minecraft The Mushroom House 

This Mushroom House LEGO set is one of the smaller options, but we love that it is bright and colorful as well as unique. Like the other Minecraft house sets, the roof and walls come off so you can access the inside fully. This set also includes some fun figures, notably a skeleton spider jockey, an Alex and a mooshroom to milk.

19 LEGO Minecraft The Mushroom House 21179
Recommended age: 8 years and above

This little set is easy to build and filled with fun play opportunities. It also comes with classic Minecraft accessories, such as a treasure chest, a craft table and a carrot patch outside. A nice touch is the magic helmet on the spider jockey.

What We Love:
❤️ Cute and colorful set
❤️ The skeleton spider jockey is cool
❤️ Easy and fun to build

What We Don’t Love:
💔 The mushroom head is not very stable
💔 Build may be too easy for some

20. LEGO Minecraft The Fox Lodge 

For kids who like Minecraft and foxes, this is the number one LEGO set because it is packed with all things fox! Not only is the entire lodge in the shape of an adorable sleeping fox, but the figures include a fox, a baby fox, an Arctic fox and a hero figure in a fox skin. To balance things out slightly, there is also a zombie figure and a diamond sword to fight him.

20 LEGO Minecraft The Fox Lodge 21178
Recommended age: 8 years and above

This set also features a removable roof for easier access to the living space inside, complete with bed, planter, craft table and oven. The Fox Lodge is excellent for kids who like cute animals, particularly if you want something more affordable.

What We Love:
❤️ The fox figures are adorable
❤️ Easy to assemble
❤️ Great for displaying and playing 

What We Don’t Love:
💔 The back of the lodge is completely open
💔 Build is a little too simple


Frequently Asked Questions About LEGO Minecraft Sets

🙋 What age groups would love a LEGO Minecraft set?

Minecraft LEGO sets to suit a wide range of ages. The critical age group is around 7-10 years old, and most sets are designated as suitable for kids 7+, 8+ or 9+. LEGO is a fantastic way to improve problem-solving skills, spatial reasoning and hand-eye coordination at this age.

However, many older kids and teens (and even adults) will enjoy the more challenging sets if they are Minecraft fans and like building models or puzzles. On the flip side, kids as young as 5 can have fun with the more straightforward sets if they get help from mom or dad. 

🙋 What is LEGO Minecraft? 

LEGO Minecraft is a LEGO theme based on the online video game Minecraft. Launched in 2012, it initially consisted of a “Micro World” series that featured settings like caves and underground rivers. More recent sets feature brick-built buildings and houses and more outdoor settings, some of which are modular and reconfigurable. 

The sets all come with accessories and figures to the scale of LEGO minifigures, but look authentic to the Minecraft universe. All Minecraft LEGO sets feature the signature simplified blocky design of the Minecraft world and include details that regular players will recognize.

So… What LEGO Minecraft Set Should I Get?

All of the above LEGO sets are fantastic gifts for Minecraft fans. However, which is best for YOUR Minecraft fan depends on a few factors, like what they like best within Minecraft and their LEGO building skill level. 

For example, if your child enjoys battling in Minecraft and likes to have some creative control, the Villager Raid is a great choice. But if your child likes sea creatures and you want a more straightforward, more affordable set, the Coral Reef may be ideal. 

While we have tried to include as many of the best LEGO Minecraft sets as possible, please let us know if we missed your favorite!

In Conclusion

Whether they’re exploring a Coral Reef, a Polar Igloo, or a Warped Forest, there’s a LEGO Minecraft set here that will delight any gamer as they try to recreate their favorite places from their own Minecraft worlds.

If you’re buying for someone who really does want to bring Minecraft into the real world, why not go that extra step by getting them a Steve Classic Minecraft CostumeAnd if all of these new sets are giving you a headache about where the extra LEGO bricks are going to go, check out our 10 Best Awesome Places to Store your LEGO for some ideas.