LEGO Titanic: 15 Facts to Remember!

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LEGO 10294 Titanic is a fantastic replica of the most famous ship of all time, the RMS (Royal Mail Service) Titanic. 

The LEGO Titanic is one of the largest and longest LEGO sets to date, coming at 9,090 pieces and measuring 135 cm long.

This massive LEGO Creator Expert set is the second biggest LEGO set by piece count (after the World Map, and edging out the Colosseum) and pays homage to one of the most famous ships of all time – the RMS Titanic.

This article gives you insight into the Titanic LEGO set and goes over some important facts and answers about this exclusive set.

When Was the LEGO Titanic Released?

The 10294 RMS Titanic LEGO set was released on November 1, 2021.

How Many Pieces Are in the Titanic LEGO Set?

The Titanic LEGO set includes 9,090 pieces for the ultimate building project to provide many hours of building pleasure culminating in a stunning piece to display with pride.

Is LEGO Titanic Worth Buying?

Yes, the LEGO Titanic is worth buying.

The set is a 1:200 scale model designed in 3 sections to allow you to recreate details such as the ship’s bridge, promenade deck, reading lounge, swimming pool, and more.

The cross-section reveals the interior details like the grand staircase, the first-class dining room, one of the boiler rooms, and many cabins from the different passenger classes.

This collectible LEGOTitanic display model set is one of the largest and longest LEGO sets ever measuring over 53 in. (135 cm) long, 17.5 in. (44 cm) high, and 6 in. (16 cm) wide.

The LEGO Titanic is a part of a range of creative buildable sets for adult LEGO builders, history lovers, and anyone interested in the story of the Titanic. It is also part of a range of creative buildable models for adults who love intricate details, stunning design, and elegant architecture.

The set will make a great gift idea for collectors of historical memorabilia and a historical collectible display piece and comes with a display to support each section.

The LEGO Titanic includes authentic details such as the iconic bridge, over 300 portholes, benches, lifeboats, cargo crane, smoking room, reading lounge, and more.

How Many LEGO Titanic Sets Are There?

There is currently one Titanic LEGO set out there, the LEGO 10294 Titanic.

Is LEGO Titanic Retired?

No, the LEGO Titanic is not retired. It’s currently available for backorder on the LEGO website but can be purchased on Amazon (at a much higher price).

Why Is the LEGO Titanic Out of Stock?

There are many factors that can make the LEGO Titanic get out of stock. This include:

  • High demand
  • The set is very huge and takes a lot of time to produce
  • Larger sets with many numbers of pieces take longer to restock as they take much time and resources to produce
  • It’s an exclusive set and collectors are actively collecting it to sell for profit

How Long Does It Take To Build the LEGO Titanic?

The LEGO Titanic takes around 15 to 20 hours to build. However, the fastest time to build the set is 10 hrs 46 min 31 secs achieved by Mike Wimmer (USA) in Salisbury, North Carolina, USA, on 23 March 2022.

When Will LEGO Titanic Be Back in Stock?

The LEGO Titanic can restock anytime. However, the easiest way to find out when the set is back in stock is to sign up for the LEGO newsletter (available at the bottom left on the LEGO website) and they will notify you as soon as it is available for purchase.

How Much Does the LEGO Titanic Cost?

The LEGO Titanic costs $679.99 in the US, $999.99 AU, £554.99 UK, and $999.99 on Amazon respectively.

How Much Does the LEGO Titanic Weigh?

The LEGO titanic weighs 23 pounds.

Does the LEGO Titanic Float?

A floating test shows the LEGO titanic floating in a bathtub but couldn’t float in ice water.

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How Many Bags Does the LEGO Titanic Have?

The LEGO Titanic includes 46 numbered bags divided into 3 separate boxes.

When Will the LEGO Titanic Retire?

The LEGO titanic is estimated to retire within mid to late 2024, though this is just a guestimate and the retirement will depend on many factors such as demand, profitability, and more.

Where Can I Buy LEGO Titanic?

You can buy the LEGO titanic on the LEGO website, Amazon, and ToyPro.