The best space gifts in the universe have landed and if you're looking for ideas for what to get the space lover in your life, you've come to the right place.
We've searched the universe for the best space gifts available right now and put them in this handy guide, to make exploration easier for you. There's something for everyone and every budget in this guide whether it's a model Lego International Space Station (only $69.99 on Amazon) or an adorable Baby Yoda Funko Pop! (only $14.00 on Amazon).
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Baby Yoda Funko Pop!
Baby Yoda continues to be a hit, as Funko learned when the company released their wildly-popular Baby Yoda Pop! figure.
Funko now has a few different versions of Baby Yoda. This one wears the Mythosaur emblem as a necklace, which The Child started wearing in The Mandalorian after Kuill dies. This figure stands three inches tall.
Star Wars: Escape from Death Star
Old-school Star Wars fans will love this retro Escape From Death Star game, including a retro collection Grand Moff Tarkin action figure. Based on the original board game released in 1977, players play as their favorite Star Wars characters like Luke, Leia, Han Solo, and Chewbacca. Each player chooses their color and then races around the Death Star, trying to escape.
Stock is low, so you'll have to order soon.
Bandai AT-AT Walker Kit
This kit comes with the parts to make an AT-AT (all terrain armored transport), the four-legged combat walker used by the ground forces of the Galactic Empire. The ultra-realistic models have details like pipes and barrels on each gun turret underneath the armor's cockpit and movable joints on the legs. It even comes with a display stand build to look like Hoth.
Stock is low, so order soon.
Hero Collector U.S.S. Enterprise
Build your own Star Trek spacecraft with Hero Collector's realistic models. We like the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-J, which was featured in the thrilling episode Azati Prime. This ship is a 26th Federation, Universe Class starship. It originates from 400 years in the future and is revealed when Captain Archer finds himself onboard.
This model is die-cast and hand-painted with intricate details and comes on it's own display stand.
Stock is low, so you'll have to order soon.
Playmobil "Back to the Future" Delorean
Save 23% with a classic in science-fiction, Back To The Future. Playmobil has created an adorable version of the Delorean, Doc, Marty, and even Einstein (Doc's dog). Complete with working lights and of course the flux capacitor, the Delorean is ready to fly as soon as Doc gets there with the plutonium cores.
Lego Razor Crest
Almost on equal footing with Baby Yoda is the Razor Crest from The Mandalorian. This Lego version of the impressive ship includes four minifigures: The Mandalorian, Greef Karga, Scout Trooper and The Child (a tiny, adorable Baby Yoda!). The ship itself has a dual Lego minifigure cockpit, two spring-loaded shooters, cargo hold with opening sides and access ramps. Inside there are carbonite bounty elements, a sleeping area, and a detachable escape pod.
The 1,023-piece set offers a challenging build, recommended for ages 10 and up.
Lego Baby Yoda
No space gift guide would be complete without this Lego Baby Yoda. This cutie has adjustable ears and a movable mouth, so you can set different expressions on the complete build. It also comes with a gearshift knob, The Child's favorite toy, which can be placed in its hand. The 1,073-piece build is recommended for ages 10 and up and measure 7.5 inches tall.
Baby Yoda Chia Pet
Even plant-lovers can get in on the Baby Yoda craze! Chia Pets are making a comeback, and this Baby Yoda-shaped plant holder is the perfect gift. Simply put the chia seed packet into the planter, water, and see full growth within 1-2 weeks. Once your chia seeds sprout, you'll see The Child surrounded by lush, green plants inside its pod. No plant was ever cuter.
Professor Maxwell's VR Universe
Professor Maxwell's VR Universe is by far one of the coolest toys you can get for a space-obsessed kid this year. The VR goggles let kids feel like they're immersed in the universe, exploring our galaxy and beyond.
VR is a great way to capture the imagination of any kid and it's even better when it helps their education. At this price, this is definitely a great gift!
Lego International Space Station
Get ready to orbit around this spectacular 864-piece buildable International Space Station from Lego. The impressive Spaceship model includes a display stand, a buildable mini NASA space shuttle, three mini cargo spacecrafts and two astronaut microfigures to create an out-of-this world centrepiece figure.
This model also comes with two rotating joints that coincide with eight adjustable 'solar panels' and is perfect for any experience Lego fan and for people over the age of 16.
Kano Star Wars the force coding kit
Save a whopping 73% on this Star Wars coding kit. This allows kids to build their own motion sensor and use it to swing lightsabers, force push enemies and even pilot X-Wings. The kit is a great way to teach kids about coding while entertaining them with Star Wars.
A tablet is needed for children to watch their creation come to life, but this isn't included.
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