This holiday season, LEGO is giving you a reason to miss the plane for your family trip and be stuck home alone.

The iconic brick building toy company has announced a new set, a 3,955-piece Home Alone set that builds the house from the classic 1990 holiday favorite.


A recreation of the red-brick Georgian mansion features walls that swing open to reveal a plethora of booby-trapped rooms. LEGO versions of Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern's Wet Bandits can check out the house from the Oh-Kay Plumbing and Heating van, as elderly neighbor Marley is out shoveling the sidewalks.

Kevin can zipline out of his window to his treehouse for a quick getaway. As far as Kevin goes, he comes with some interchangeable faces, including the iconic scream from the shaving scene.


The set has a total of 3,955 pieces and takes its spot along the more challenging of LEGO options out there. The Home Alone set will go on sale November 1st, retailing at $249.99. It's going to sell fast, so be sure to keep an eye on it to go up for sale.


You can recreate your favorite scenes from the movie, including the booby traps.


Even a spider comes with to recreate the scene where Pesci is on the ground with a spider on him, as Stern hit him with a crowbar.


Five figurines come with the kit, including:

  • Katherine O'Hara's Kate McCallister
  • Macaulay Culkin's Kevin McCallister
  • Joe Pesci's Harry
  • Daniel Stern's Marv
  • Roberts Blossom's Marley

Check out a YouTuber's early access review of the set:

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