Ranked number five on the list of most expensive LEGO sets ever made is the Titanic, which has product code 10294. Despite not being part of a huge franchise like “Star Wars” or “Lord of the Rings,” the doomed luxury cruise ship did inspire a movie that shattered box office records and is one of the most famous real-life vessels of all time.
The Titanic model is a Creator Expert exclusive set that is part of LEGO’s Icons series, which includes other notably expensive sets like the Eiffel Tower and Roman Colosseum. It was released on November 8, 2021, at a retail price of $679.99 and is expected to be retired by LEGO in mid-to-late 2024. Once it’s no longer in production, its resale value is expected to grow to at least $828.
The set is a 1:200 scale model of the actual RMS Titanic and contains a staggering 9,090 pieces, so it should take you a bit of time to assemble. It doesn’t come with any minifigures, which means no ship captain or even Rose and Jack figures to play with. A model iceberg is also not included in the set.