LEGO Ideas Unveils Massive 3,955-Piece 'Home Alone' McCallister Family Residence Set

Recreate the classic “keep the change, you filthy animal” scene.

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LEGO Ideas is giving fans a chance to relive the full Home Alone experience in brick form this coming Holiday season.

Made with 3,955 pieces, this set faithfully recreates the McCallister family residence in the classic Christmas film. The entire LEGO home is scattered with movie Easter eggs and details like the traps, the Wet Bandit’s van, five minifigures — Kevin McCallister, Harry Lime, Marv Murchins, Kate McCallister and Old Man Marley — with multiple heads and costumes, and the treehouse with zipline, to name a few.

The entire home opens up like a dollhouse to allow for access to each of the rooms so fans can recreate each of the scenes. Priced at $249.99 USD, this massive set is sized at 10.5 x 13 x 14.5 inches and comes with a detachable rear section for the infamous pizza delivery scene. Head over to LEGO to pre-order one on November 1.

In other toys news, Hot Wheels taps The Batman for a premium $500 USD Batmobile RC car.

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