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LEGO House, Billund

4.8
#1 of 226 in Parks in Jutland
Must see · Playground · Ride / Activity
Also known as “Home of the Brick”, LEGO House is fittingly located in Billund, Denmark, where the LEGO brick was invented and the adventure began. LEGO House offers children and adults a fascinating opportunity to combine bricks and creativity – we invite you into our LEGO home to be part of the ultimate play date.
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  • Lego House is just one of the most wonderful places in the world, if you are a LEGO lover, but also if you are not. It's becoming a kid again, it's getting as much creative as you can, it's...  more »
  • A lot of amazing Lego builds to both enjoy and teach you a bit about Denmark. Furthermore it also has a lot of amazing rides for children as well as some great rollercoasters. Can definitely...  more »
  • Great place to play with bricks in unusual ways. Children have never seen so many bricks at once. Great addition to visit in Legoland.  more »
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  • amazing place! I would definitely recommend you to visit! lots to do hours of fun. The Restaurant is the best restaurant we have visited in a museum/theme park setting, you need to experience it on your visit. The people who work here are amazing too, they go above and beyond to make sure you have a great time. The building is really cool, its like a stack of Lego bricks, you can climb right to the top with lots to do and see on the way!
  • An awesome way to spend a day! We ended up going several times, alternating between Lego Land and Lego House on our trip to Billund. The staff are excellent: friendly, helpful and enthusiastic about Lego. The House has many different levels and sections. As you go through the areas, ensure you scan your wrist band to keep track of what you have seen and done. The mini-Chef restaurant is excellent, and Lego store has some sets you can't buy else where. Loved the Tree of Creativity - check out all the neat little "hidden" icons in the tree trunk, and all the scenes created on the branches and leaves of the tree. Great for kids, families and even adult fans of Lego!
  • If you (or a relation) line Lego, this is the place to come to! So many hands-on activities, building small buildings to form part of a virtual turn when placed on a grid, creating fish models that are scanned and then enter a virtual fishtank on the wall, themed builds (Halloween pumpkins with glowing eyes when we were there), movie making using stop-frame animation, the list goes on. The technology is seamless with any pictures you take or movies you make getting sent straight to the mobile app for download. The food is great with a very novel ordering system (you use Lego pieces to order!). The staff are super friendly and helpful. Made me think about re-evaluating all my 5-Star reviews to date!
  • 5 star isn't enough for this place. Amazing architecture, amazing collections of LEGO from the past, amazing contents for children and the parents, really really well done LEGO! I didn't go to the LEGO Land and only came to the LEGO house as LEGO land is more about rides and I'm not the amusement type of person. However, the LEGO house is really enough to experience the LEGO brand. It's really nice for children. Everyone seemed to be enjoying. The staffs are really welcoming and friendly. The ticket prices are different during which time of the year you are visiting. I think September was less crowded time of the year. I was lucky enough to experience all the activities they have prepared. There wasn't long waiting line for most activities. Although, I really question how they are keeping the hygiene of the LEGO everywhere for children. I didn't touch them as it looks like a summit for the international germs and bacteria. I wouldn't recommend children to actually play with them as most of the bricks there seemed oily and unclean. There are many free access areas in the building. Also, there are generously enough space for people to have their own foods they brought. Really lovely touches can be seen from many places.
  • Perfect for kids and adults (who want to be kids again). Unfortunately, it was very crowded when we visited the LEGO House. But there are quite a few playing stations per area, so everyone gets normally the change without long waiting times. It's a great educational concept with the different areas and a nice idea with the photo stations. In that way you can take home your memories even if you cannot take the bricks with you. Would definitely visit it again!

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