4,000-piece 21330 Home Alone House unveiled as biggest LEGO Ideas set ever [News]

Not a lot of movies from the early 1990s have stuck around as household names, but surely one of the oddest is that childhood classic from 1990, Home Alone. It has found its quirky, lovable place among our holiday favorites, and today, LEGO is revealing that the newest Ideas set is based on the film. 21330 Home Alone House features the quiet suburban McCallister house that Kevin (Macaulay Culkin) has rigged with all manner of booby traps for the would-be burglars. The LEGO set has a full interior thanks to its 3,957 pieces, making it the biggest product to date based on a fan design from the crowd-sourcing platform Ideas. The original Ideas project was created by fan Alex Storozhuk, whose Home Alone project reached the requisite 10k votes back in December of 2019, and was approved by LEGO to become a set in June of 2020. The new set will retail for US $249.99 | CAN $349.99 | UK £229.99 and will be available starting Nov. 1.

Be sure to check out our full, hands-on review of the LEGO Ideas 21330 Home Alone House!

21330 Home Alone House | 3,957 pieces | Avail. Nov. 1 | US $249.99 | CAN $349.99 | UK £249.99 | TBB Review

The set includes the full McAllister house, along with Kevin’s treehouse.

Unlike a lot of LEGO sets, the house is not a facade but features exterior walls on all four sides.

However, the front walls swing open to allow access to the interior.

Additionally, the roof and floors can be removed to see even more of the interior.

Many of Kevin’s most famous booby traps are included, from the hot swinging iron to the spiders, and even the doggy door sniping thanks to a new door element.


The set includes five minifigures: Kevin, Harry, Marv, Kate and old man Marley.

Finally, the Home Alone House also includes the burglar’s Oh-Kay Plumbing & Heating van.

LEGO is also running a promotion with the set in some markets, where fans can hunt for a Kevin minifigure hidden in some LEGO stores and on the LEGO website. Finding Kevin will net an entry to a drawing with a prize of getting the new Home Alone House set, plus a $1,000 LEGO gift card. See the full details in LEGO’s press release below:

The LEGO Group Celebrates Kevins across the world as Home Alone inspired LEGO house and Kevin McCallister minifigure revealed

21st OCTOBER 2021: To celebrate the launch of the new LEGO® Ideas Home Alone set, the LEGO Group is celebrating Kevins across the globe.  The incredibly detailed set is based on the house from the original Home Alone movie and was designed by LEGO fan Alex Storozhuk, from Ukraine, via the LEGO Ideas platform.  In addition to the house, the set includes a LEGO minifigure version of the Home Alone icon, Kevin McCallister plus four other minifigure characters from the movie.

Recreating one of the world’s favourite Kevins and his family home in LEGO brick form inspired the LEGO Group to celebrate Kevins everywhere and launch a global search for the Kevin McCallister minifigure. To get the name trending again, the LEGO Group has launched a global search to find the Kevin McCallister LEGO minifigure all over the world. The search is taking place on LEGO.com/Home-Alone and in select LEGO stores giving fans the chance to win a $1000 LEGO voucher, as well as the LEGO Ideas Home Alone set.

You can get involved in the search for Kevins from 1st – 30th November through;

Find Kevin on LEGO.com

A Kevin McCallister minifigure has been hidden somewhere on LEGO.com. When found, the minifigure can be clicked on, taking the user to the competition page where instructions will be given on how to enter the competition.

Enter in-store

A Kevin minifigure will be hidden in selected LEGO stores, and if spotted you will also be able to scan the QR code and enter the competition to potentially win a $1000 LEGO gift card and the Home Alone set.

Federico Begher, Head of Global Marketing, LEGO Ideas commented: “The LEGO Ideas Home Alone House is one of our most exciting launches yet, and of course Kevin McCallister is the true hero of the story. Alex’s original design immediately struck a chord with us and we just knew we had to make it a reality. Home Alone has always united families and friends for the festive season, and we look forward to bringing people home together to build this new set.”

The LEGO Ideas Home Alone set is a true replica of the famous house where Kevin was left alone to fend off the bumbling burglars Harry and Marv. The set includes several distinct rooms across the ground floor, first floor, attic, kitchen and basement. Other features include the robbers’ van and a treehouse with a zipline. The set is full of easter eggs from the film and is completed with five key minifigure characters, including Kevin, Harry, Marv, old man Marley and Kevin’s mum Kate. At an impressive 3,957 pieces, it is also the largest ever LEGO Ideas set.

The LEGO Ideas Home Alone set is available from LEGO.com/HomeAlone  and LEGO Stores  from 1st November, 2021 at the recommended retail price of €249.99 / $249.99 / £249.99/ 399.99 AUD/349.99 CAD

  • Age – 18+
  • Model measures:
    • W: 13.7 in/34 cm
    • D: 13.7 in/34 cm
    • H: 10.7 in/27 cm
  • 3,957 pieces
  • Complete with five key minifigures from the film including Kevin, Harry, Marv, Kate and old man Marley.
  • The walls split in the middle to open sideways and fully reveal the interior, and the roof opens upwards.
  • Each floor is modular and removable to allow ease of access to the inside of the model
  • The set also comes with the treehouse and the Wet Bandits Oh-Kay van
  • Price: €249.99 / $249.99 / £229.99/ 399.99 AUD/349.99 CAD
  • LEGO Ideas Designer: Alex Storozhuk
  • LEGO Designers: Antica Bracanov and Enrique Belmonte Beixer

A full list of the LEGO stores participating in the Find Kevin competition can be found at www.findkevinminifigures.com/stores

2 comments on “4,000-piece 21330 Home Alone House unveiled as biggest LEGO Ideas set ever [News]

  1. Aaron

    A bit of a price gouge for Canadians: 40% more North of the border during a period where our dollar is doing well.

  2. Pooty

    Personally, I think they could have done a better job with the details of the exterior. No gutters or down spouts, which is not possible in Chicago. Just saying

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