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Rescue Han Solo from the wily gangster Jabba the Hutt with the LEGO Star Wars Jabba's Palace play set! At Jabba's Palace on Tatooine, Princess Leia is disguised as Boushh as she and Chewbacca try to rescue the carbonite-frozen Han Solo. Can she get past the roof-mounted missiles, defense guns and surveillance equipment to reach them? Or will Jabba and his motley band of followers capture the princess and entrap her beneath Jabba's sliding throne? Includes nine minifigures: Jabba, Salacious Crumb, Bib Fortuna, Gamorrean Guard, Oola, Han Solo, Princess Leia in a Boushh outfit, Chewbacca and B'omarr Monk.
  • Includes nine minifigures: Jabba, Salacious Crumb, Bib Fortuna, Gamorrean Guard, Oola, Han Solo, Princess Leia in a Boushh outfit, Chewbacca and B'omarr Monk
  • Features a sliding throne with a trapdoor and hidden treasure, an entrance gate with movable guns, a flick missile on the detachable roof and a detachable watchtower
  • Also includes Han Solo in carbonite, handcuffs and Jabba's water pipe
  • Weapons include a medium blaster, a blaster pistol, a blaster rifle, a thermal detonator, an axe and Boushh's lance blade
  • Jabba the Hutt features poseable head, body and arms
  • Avoid the trapdoor
  • Release Han from his carbonite prison
  • Jabba's Palace measures approximately 7"L x 11"W x 9"H
  • 717 pieces
Features
The gang’s all here
Includes nine minifigures: Jabba, Salacious Crumb, Bib Fortuna, Gamorrean Guard, Oola, Han Solo, Princess Leia in a Boushh outfit, Chewbacca and B'omarr Monk.
Tight as a drum
Jabba’s Palace is built like a fortress and comes equipped with an entrance gate with movable guns, a roof with a mounted flick missile and a detachable watchtower.
No easy way in
Han Solo is frozen in a block of carbonite. Will Leia and Chewbacca be able to get past the palace defenses and rescue her beloved space pirate? The choice is yours.
A frozen treat
Captain Solo appears frozen in carbonite, just as in the film Return of the Jedi. Hurry and help Leia and Chewbacca save him before it’s too late!
Palace life
Inside, Jabba’s Palace features a working trapdoor, a water pipe and several other accessories. The Jabba minifigure also features a poseable head, body and arms.
Free your frozen hero
Han Solo’s minifigure can be easily removed from his carbonite encasement. Will our heroes be able to save him, or will Jabba prevail? The choice is yours.

Product Description

CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Rescue Han Solo from the LEGO Star Wars Jabba's Palace (9516)!

The LEGO Star Wars Jabba's Palace (9516) features:
  • 9 MiniFigures: Jabba, Salacious Crumb, Bib Fortuna, Gamorrean Guard, Oola, Han Solo, Princess Leia in Boushh outfit, Chewbacca and B'omarr Monk
  • Sliding throne with trap door and hidden treasure, entrance gate with movable guns, flick missile on detachable roof and detachable watchtower
  • Also includes Han Solo in carbonite, handcuffs and Jabba's water pipe
  • Weapons include medium blaster, blaster pistol, blaster rifle, thermal detonator, axe and Boushh's lance blade
  • Jabba the Hutt features poseable head, body and arms!
  • Avoid the trap door!
  • Release Han from his carbonite prison!
  • Jabba's Palace™ measures over 9" (25cm) high, 11" (29cm) wide and 7" (19cm) deep

Features

  • Contains 717 pieces.

Additional Info

706583

8CCC6D1A

673419168007

4654375

3.8 pounds

22.9 x 14.8 x 3.5

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Average Customer Rating:

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LEGO Star Wars Jabba's Palace (9516)
 
4.5

(based on 96 reviews)

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    (26)

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    (3)

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92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Fun (22)
  • Durable (13)
  • Creative (7)
  • Realistic (7)
  • Colorful (5)

Cons

  • Pricey / poor value (3)

Best Uses

  • Imaginative play (25)
  • Motor skills development (22)
  • Older children (10)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Parent of two or more children (10), Grandparent (8), Collector (5), Working parent (5), Education oriented (4)
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    • Yes (23), No (9)

Most Helpful Positive Review

 

New and Improved Palace

It's been awhile since I've done a review, and what a better set than Jabba's Palace? I have been wanting to get this set for awhile, but couldn't see spending the money at...Read complete review

It's been awhile since I've done a review, and what a better set than Jabba's Palace? I have been wanting to get this set for awhile, but couldn't see spending the money at the high price point. Fortunately I saw it recently at a 20% discount and had to get it. On to the review(This will be a long one. Bear with me) MINIFIGS: You get a good number in this set: Jabba the Hutt-A Maxi-fig, he is suitably sized to match the other minifigs, and has a far better paint scheme and look. Has articulation at the waist and shoulders. A very very good figure. Salacious Crumb-Not really a minifig, but a well sculpted and painted piece of plastic and a must-have for the set. Oola-An exceptional figure, and one I didn't think Lego would even make. This figure is even a little risque for Lego, but has a wonderful headpiece, a double-sided head(smiling and Rancor snack), printing on the legs and both sides of the torso. Bib Fortuna-Another exceptional figure, and a great update from the original. HIs face is much better, he has a much better headpiece, a black cape, and printing on the front of the torso only. Gamorrean Guard-Wow. What a fantastic figure, and possibly my favorite of the group(Next to Leia/Boushh). The original one was a sad joke. This one is completely awesome, with a great head and torso piece with exceptional paint. He comes with a nice axe accessory. I want more. B'omarr Monk-Another Maxi-fig(I call it that because you have to build it, and it's fairly large). It's awesome. If it isn't broke, don't fix it right? Chewbacca-Again, if it isn't broke, don't fix it. Comes with handcuffs, which is nice(Also an extra pair as well) Han Solo(Carbonite)-I already had this minifig and accessory from the Slave I set. It's not really a "New" fig. The Han is nothing special(but useful for the Skiff set), but the Carbonite piece is great, and I love the way you can install the mini-fig inside it. Leia in Boushh Disguise-A minifig that fans have been salivating for for over a decade, this figure doesn't disappoint and is probably one of my most favorite figures I have(Next to the Hulk Maxifig, Harley Quinn, Bacta Tank Luke, and the Gamorrean Guard). Words do not do this figure justice. The helmet sculpt is top notch, there is printing on both sides of the torso and legs, Leia's face is double-sided(Happy and Concerned), she has a good hair accessory as well, plus comes with a backpack, staff, and thermal detonator(Two of them-thank you). So good. Thank you Lego. FEATURES There are a ton of features with the set. It is somewhat large(I expected it to be larger. I wish they would have expanded the throne room area. Jabba and his dais seem a little claustrophobic in there, and it's tough to see him with the roof on the set). The roof comes off easily to get into the play area, the entire back of the throne room opens up for easy minifig placement and has a cooking fire and frying pan lever that pushes the dais forward so Jabba can see into the Rancor Pit(Can't wait to get that set and hook it up). There is a sliding trapdoor lever that is easy to use and works well(Again, can't wait to try it out with the Rancor Pit set). There is a hook and swivel to display the Han in Carbonite and looks good. There are a ton of features in the throne room, including stairs up to the dais, Jabba's pipe(Very good btw-bravo), the aforementioned cooking fire and implements, tables with cups and snacks, frogs for Jabba to eat(and smoke). The removeable roof has the obligatory flick-fire missile(doesn't work very well). There is a side hallway from the throne room that goes into the tower section, which is easily removeable as well. The tower section has three floors. The top floor has openings for a look-out, and hooks for a pistol and binoculars. The second floor has a brown case to hold a rifle, and room to put another fig if desired. The third floor is somewhat spacious(holds two minifigs or the B'omarr Monk very easily). The main door is great, with the droid eye piece to push out for interrogation. It slides up easily with a lever on the second floor, and has another lever piece that hooks into the door lever to hold it in place. Very nice feature. There is a gun turret on the outside that swivels and the guns move up and down. Looking at the palace from the backside, it really looks like the movie, which is very cool and unexpected. BUILD: The set comes with a brick separator, which seems to be a pattern in sets above $50, and is very useful. There are two instruction booklets, one about half the size of the other one. There are 7 bags in the set. Bag 1 builds the first floor of the tower. Bag 2 builds the main door and the rest of the tower. Bag 3 builds the undercarriage of the throne room. Bag 4 builds the top of the floor of the throne room and the trapdoor. Bag 5 builds the framework of the throne room. Bag 6 builds the back of the throne room and Jabba's dais. Bag 7 builds the main roof. The build took me approximately 2 hours at a leisurely pace to finish. I know that it doesn't come with C-3PO or R2-D2, but I have plenty of them, so I added them and the Boba Fett, Lando in Skiff Disguise, and Nikto Guard to the set to flesh it out, and it looks packed with people now, which is nice. Speaking of the Rancor Pit, while it will be nice to have underneath the throne room, I was wondering about the tower. We need something underneath this. How about a Droid Torture Room(don't call it that lol) with EV-9D9, a Gonk Droid, etc. etc. I think this would be stellar. VALUE: The value in cost for this set is sorely lacking. 717 pieces for $119.99 USD? Really? Sure, the minifigs are good, but you could get the Millenium Falcon with over 500(!) more pieces for a little bit more, the ship is twice the size of the Palace, and you still get 6 great minifigs in that set too! Really? It is reminiscent of the Endor Battle set in size, but at least the Endor set had a bunch of extra vehicles and a nice catapult, plus 12 minifigs! It just seems like Lego has been making their sets smaller, while still keeping the prices(if not raising them). I apologize for the rant, but I know that many concur with this. Anyhow, the play value for this set is exceptional, and would delight a child for a very long time. In conclusion, I really love the set, but I really don't like the price. Again, I was lucky to get it at a discount, which you should wait for as well.

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Most Helpful Critical Review

 

Cool model but overpriced

The positives: This set obviously has some great mini figures. Jabba looks very good as do the rest of his cohorts and the two included rebels. It has a few cool features like...Read complete review

The positives: This set obviously has some great mini figures. Jabba looks very good as do the rest of his cohorts and the two included rebels. It has a few cool features like the sliding trap door, front door "butler" droid, and Han in carbonite. It also looks very true to the palace in the movie when viewed from behind. The downside: it's very undersized... Jabba on his platform barely fits in the throne room. The side tower really just has enough room to sit people on and that's about it. Though it does look great from the back, you end up thinking after looking at the puny thing thinking "That was $120?" The trap door is at the same time a cool feature and a huge disappointment. It goes to nowhere... it just opens onto whatever surface the palace is set on. To get the Rancor Pit so that the trap door actually does something, you have to shell out another $60, at which point you've almost paid for the Tower of Orthanc, which would be a much better buy from a part for your money perspective. But if you gotta have a good looking Jabba, like I did, you might as well cough it up now, because guaranteed this set will only go up in value after it gets discontinued. IMO they should've sold pit and palace as one set and the price should've been no more than $120. Some of the other $120 sets, like the Falcon, look to be a much better value than this.

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4.0

Jabba's Palace

By BnBReviews

from Los Angeles

Comments about LEGO Star Wars Jabba's Palace (9516):

I have had Jabba's Palace since Christmas 2012 and this set is great. The overall price for the pieces total and the size of the set when built is not worth $120, but the minifgures...they make up for the price. Salacious B. Crumb, Gamorrean Guard and Jabba have brand new minifigure molds and Boussh, Bib Fortuna, and Twi'lek dancer are brand new figures. The set has neat hidden functions like the missle on the roof plate and the throne that slides out to show a fire and storage room. Along with the Rancor Pit, this set is complete. The ultimate minifigure collecting set (besides the Death Star) in a while.

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5.0

When I fell in love with ...

By iReckon

from Undisclosed

Comments about LEGO Star Wars Jabba's Palace (9516):

When I fell in love with Star Wars LEGO, it really annoyed me that there wasn’t a decent Jabba’s palace on the market. Fair dues, had I been minded to throw a few hundred pounds at a few hundred-piece palace populated by a yellow-skinned Leia and a toneless Jabba, I could have procured the discontinued #4480 set, but, needless to say, I wasn’t. The 2012 Jabba’s palace is by no means a flawless release, but it is nonetheless a momentous improvement on its predecessor. Its problems are twofold: it’s expensive, and it omits a number of fundamental components (namely the bikini-clad Princess Leia; C-3P0; and, of course, the Rancor). What is present, however, is stunning. The palace is far sturdier than most Star Wars LEGO sets, despite being packed with more special features than is the norm. The throne room’s roof lifts off and its back wall clips open, allowing little hands easy access to its opening trapdoor; throne that slides forwards; and rotatable block of carbonite that can house the frozen Han Solo minifigure. Meanwhile, the palace’s entrance gate (which was released as a separate set last time around) is similarly redolent of Return of the Jedi, and while one would expect it to open, it’s also a welcome surprise that its distinctive ‘eye’ sentry can be easily popped out to intimidate any visiting droids. It’s also very easy to detach from the throne room if you want to broaden the playing canvas a little, as indeed LEGO do on the box’s artwork. Those that buy the set just for its minifigures won’t be disappointed either. Salacious Crumb; Bib Fortuna; the Gamorrean guard; Oola; and B’omarr Monk will all no doubt become highly sought-after, and even the set’s Han Solo is more than just a rehash of the one that came with Boba Fett’s Slave I as its rotatable headpiece wears different expressions on its back and front that are far more appropriate than the Slave I minifigure’s vague indifference. The Princess Leia figure is even more exceptional still as the character dons her Boushh disguise for the first time, thermal detonator and all. The crown jewel though is the eponymous Hutt gangster, who has finally been done justice with a two-piece, colour-rendered, poseable megafigure. Chewie is just the same old Chewie â€" hard to improve upon. Jabba’s palace is probably the most fun model that I’ve built since I tackled the Death Star. Its mini â€" and mega â€" figures are wonderful, and the feature-packed Tatooine structure, which is a welcome change from the ubiquitous grey of most Star Wars movie models, took me right back to happy childhood days spent building LEGO castles and fortresses.

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5.0

WORTH THE WAIT!!!

By skywalkerspence

from jenison

Comments about LEGO Star Wars Jabba's Palace (9516):

I love Jabba the Hutt and I wanted this set since i saw it lets start the review with the mini figures Jabba the Hutt 10/10 I don't like the tattoo on his arm its not movie accurate. Chewbacca 7/10 lego should have made a new head sculpt. Leia (Boushh) 10/10 this is the second best mini figure in this set. ( THE FIRST IS CLEARLY jABBA) Han Solo 10/10 I love the two faces. Gamorrean Guard 10/10 better than the original. bib fortuna 9/10 the only problem is that the cape gets folded under his head piece. Oola 9/10 I wish she had a chain on her like slave Leia in the sail barge. Salacious B. Crumb 10/10 i wish he could stand up. B'omarr Monk 8/10 its very fragile. carbon Han Solo 10/10 WAY BETTER THAN THE ORIGINAL! NOW ON TO THE OVERALL SET. pro's the missile in the roof back opening door the removable guard tower the falling floor the side hallway con's the smoke machine is not secured well the stage does NOT stay in place the carbon Han Solo in position is very wobbly the eye in the door is irritating and thats my thoughts on Jabbas palace.

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4.0

one of my favorite sets

By legomaster2468

from walworth

Comments about LEGO Star Wars Jabba's Palace (9516):

This is definitely one of my favorite sets, along with arkham asylum, 2008 batcave, and 2010 hogwarts castle. This set comes with 6 mini figures, and 4 "figures" Jabba the Hutt: The main character of this set is probably one of the greatest. This version of Jabba is truly more detailed than the 2003/2007 version. his tail and head are connected by a peg, and the head can do a 360. 10/10 Bib fortuna: This is my favorite figure in the set i don't know why. I like the headpiece, the face printing, and torso printing. I just like the way that he speaks for Jabba in the movie. One problem i have is that his headpiece ruins the mold on his cape. 9.8/10 Salracious b. crumb: This figure is more of just a brick that you can stick on Jabba's throne. Though the mold is excellent and the detail is well done. 9.5/10 Oola: This figure if you can't remember, is one of Jabba's dancers that gets thrown in the rancor pit. she has 2 faces, one when she's happy, and one when she gets thrown in the pit. The headpiece is fantastic, and her printing is superb. 9.8/10 Gammorean guard: I love this figures headpiece. it kinda drapes over the printing-less body and gives it dimension. he has waist printing to resemble his skirt/ kilt thingy. he also has an ax. 9.2/10 Bo'marr monk: This figure i don't believe is any different than the one in the 2003 Jabba's palace. Nevertheless it is still a good figure. 8.8/10 chewbacca: nothing new here except he has a pair of handcuffs. Move along. 8.0/10 Boushh: For those of you who have not seen the movie, this is princess Leia in disguise. The printing on this figure is amazing, and so is the helmet. She comes with a staff, thermal detonator, jet-pack, and hair so she can become Leia. Leia has 2 face printings, one casual and one angry. 10/10 Han Solo: This mini figure is exactly the same as the one we got in the slave 1, except he has 2 faces, one casual, and one when he is blind. no accessories. 8.5/10 Carbonite Han: another one that also came in the slave 1, this is one of my favorite figures in the set. it is highly detailed on the front and a place to stick Han in the back. 10/10 the review of the palace will be done room by room, with each room graded. There are 4 rooms. The first room is the entryway into the palace. not much in the inside except room for figures, but on the outside, the door is highly detailed, and i love the little eyeball thing that pops out to greet guests. It's very movie accurate. above the door is a gun. A stick above the door helps the door stay in place when you lift it up. score 7.7/10 The room above the entryway is my least favorite. It's just an empty room with a crate with a sniper and a bottle next to it. Really? did we have to have this? I would have liked to have this be solid, and instead have the droid scrap room coming off the side. This just makes it feel like Lego wanted the set to be bigger so they put this waste of space there. score 5.5/10 The room on the top of this tower is a guard post, with some binoculars and a blaster. it has a sleek, grate looking look on the front, and a good roof to top it off. On the box it shows the Gammorean guard up there. score 7.5/10 The main part of the set is Jabba's throne room. On the right we have a table with a cup, and the device where Jabba gets and eats his frogs from. On the left we have another table with a cup and ice cream, with a box on the side. Behind a pillar there is a hinge wher Han in Carbonite goes. In the middle of the floor is a grate, where Jabba can watch his victims get eaten. Behind the grate is a solid, flat tile, which pulls away, making the victims fall into the rancor pit. Jabba's throne is behind the trap door, It has space for Jabba, Salracious crumb, and a figure of your choosing, but i like to put Bib Fortuna, or Oola there. The Throne pushes forward over the trap door so Jabba can watch his victims in the rancor pit through the grate. Behind the throne is a fire with a pan, and a stache of coins, a frog, and a pistol. and lastly, the roof is removable, and there is a flick missile. This flick missile has no reason to be there, so i don't like that. score 9.0 pros: many new figures. Love the door. Han in carbonite is nice. Many movie accurate details. movie accurate features..... cons: ...... but some not accurate. That second room in the tower has no reason to be there Not too many accessories, considering the amount of figures kinda small for the 119.99 price point. overall 9.0

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5.0

kepts a 8 years very busy

By sue the grandma

from orland park il

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Pros

  • Colorful
  • Creative
  • Easy To Assemble
  • Fun

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Imaginative Play
    • Motor Skills Development
    • Older Children

    Comments about LEGO Star Wars Jabba's Palace (9516):

    kepts a 8 year old very busy it makes them use there minds and imagination to put this together

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    5.0

    Toys R Us = Present Salvation!

    By Jabba-Less Dad

    from Portland, OR

    About Me Education Oriented, First Time Parent, Working Parent

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    Pros

    • Fun

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Imaginative Play
      • Motor Skills Development

      Comments about LEGO Star Wars Jabba's Palace (9516):

      Excellent toy--exactly what my 7-year-old hoped for!

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      • Yes

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      5.0

      Its the perfect starting set :D

      By StarMaker

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about LEGO Star Wars Jabba's Palace (9516):

      This set was the first one I got with Jabba in it :D This set it great to start off if your going to be buying all the sets that Jabba owns on the movies :D The trap door is an amazing feature :D as well at the back of the set opening up for easy play inside and around the set :D After this the dungeon is all thats needed to show the full playabillity with the set :D

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      5.0

      Lego

      By Soccer momma

      from Washington

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      Comments about LEGO Star Wars Jabba's Palace (9516):

      My son loved it!!!

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      • Yes

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      4.0

      Great for the Figs, Good for the palace

      By Gord

      from Blaine, Wa

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      Pros

      • Colorful
      • Creative
      • Easy To Assemble
      • Fun

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Imaginative Play
        • Motor Skills Development
        • Older Children

        Comments about LEGO Star Wars Jabba's Palace (9516):

        Great figure set, (the new Jabba is very good) you get the whole evil gang and Princess Leia as Boush. Han Solo fits into his carbonite shell and really looks terrific.
        I do like the design of the palace but it does seem quite small to me. Add the Rancor pit, and a few extra's and you can really have something special.

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        5.0

        My kids love Legos

        By Sherry

        from Louisiana

        About Me Education Oriented, Parent Of Two Or More Children, Working Parent

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        Pros

        • Colorful
        • Creative
        • Durable
        • Fun

        Cons

        • Pricey / Poor Value

        Best Uses

        • Imaginative Play
        • Motor Skills Development
        • Older Children

        Comments about LEGO Star Wars Jabba's Palace (9516):

        My son has been wanting this one for a while, and we got it on sale. That was great!!

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        4.0 stars

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