Apart from the 10,001-piece count, the main draw of the set is the height, and at 149 cm (4.8 ft) tall, it’s one of those LEGO sets you need to see before your very own eyes to fully appreciate the scale.
I highly recommend making a trip to your local LEGO Store if you have one, but in the meantime, I’ve put together a series of comparisons to establish a sense of just how tall the LEGO Eiffel Tower is!
If you’re considering ordering one, be sure to read my review of 10307 Eiffel Tower for an in-depth look at the set.
See below for regional product pages and pricing.
- 10307 Eiffel Tower [US] – US$629.99
- 10307 Eiffel Tower [AUS] – AU$999.99
- 10307 Eiffel Tower [UK] – £554.99
- 10307 Eiffel Tower [EU] – €629.99
- 10307 Eiffel Tower [CA] – CAD$799.99
If you order 10307 Eiffel Tower from 25-28 November, you’ll also qualify for the 40579 Eiffel’s Apartment set, which contains a Gustave Eiffel minifigure! Check out LEGO’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday page for more offers, GWPs and deals!
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First of all, a human adult male comparison. I’m about 172 cm (about 5.6 ft) tall, so here’s my next to the model.
One of the larger sets this year was 76215 Black Panther bust, and even then, the Eiffel Tower completely dwarves it.
One of the largest LEGO UCS sets is 75313 UCS AT-AT which was last year’s Black Friday release, and here is the hulking walker next to the Eiffel Tower.
What about a Tower to Tower comparison? Here is it next to one of my favourite sets of all time 10237 Tower of Orthanc! Poor Saruman is not going to like being upstaged like this!
What about a more typical standard used across the internet to communicate size? Here’s a banana for scale.
And here’s a LEGO Banana for scale if you want to go further.
What about a LEGO Modular Building? Here’s a look alongside 10297 Boutique Hotel!
And for those with kiddos, here’s a photo with my son, who just turned 1! Animal Crossing figures, and Boswer Hot Wheels not included.
And here it is absolutely making 21335 Motorised Lighthouse look absolutely tiny!
For Tall LEGO sets, here’s a comparison with one of my favourite sets ever the LEGO Ideas Saturn V rocket. This is one of the greatest LEGO sets ever, and I’m sure plenty of people have one, or have seen one in the flesh, so this really communicates just how tall the Eiffel Tower is.
And last but not least, the second tallest LEGO set this year 10303 Loop Coaster! The Loop Coaster is pretty tall and imposing in and of itself, but again, the Eiffel Tower takes little effort to loom over it.
Hope you enjoyed this photo series to illustrate just how tall the LEGO Eiffel Tower is, and how it stacks up against some popular LEGO sets and fruit!
10307 Eiffel Tower will be released on Black Friday, 25 November 2022 and will be available exclusively from LEGO.com or your local LEGO Store. The box is massive (close to 13kg heavy), so you might want to consider ordering online, rather than lugging a huge box on Black Friday if you plan on picking it up!
For more LEGO Black Friday deals, I’ve put together a list of great discounts on Amazon, and once we find out all the discounts LEGO.com is offering, I’ll be putting up another guide, so keep a look out for it tomorrow!
You can also check out LEGO’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday hub, for a preview of all the offers and gifts with purchase (GWPs) on offer during this shopping bonanza!
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