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LEGOLAND Billund Resort, Billund

Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 2,800+ reviews on the web
Embrace your inner child at LEGOLAND Billund Resort, the country's most popular tourist site outside Copenhagen. Located next to the factory that was the birthplace of the famous toy brick in 1949, this amusement park draws nearly 2 million visitors each year. Divided into themed lands created using almost 60 million plastic bricks, the park offers roller coaster and water rides, as well as mini train journeys, live shows, and arcade games. The park also contains a large aquarium, 4-D theater, and an observation tower that offers views of Billund and beyond. Book tickets in advance to avoid the long lines. Use our Billund trip generator to add LEGOLAND Billund Resort and other attractions to your Billund vacation plans.
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  • Visit devoted almost an entire day. Were weekday August day, with queues were great. It is felt that in general the District of similar institutions do not. Any special impressions. The weather changed constantly, the Sun, the rain. Purchased raincoats, took with him a change of clothes for the baby. Of course, entertainment with water at 16-18 degrees as something extreme, but passed without consequences. Inspired young visitors view a small water park, which completely poured and leaping under water jets-walruses. I think specifically come for the sake of visiting the Park is not worth it, if you are nearby-you can visit.
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  • LEGOLAND is great for small children's families, it's not too big and it's simple and come through in a day. The attractions are intended for young children up to 12-14 years. Larger children have probably not the same dividends. By the way, it is recommended and visit the park outside the high season, autumn vacation is perfect to avoid the queue. In October, and the Park has a Halloween theme that makes it exciting and a little scary for the smallest.
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  • Beautiful park, one of the most memorable places in Denmark for children. Various rides at any age. It is best to visit it in warm, sunny weather. In the Park it's hard to find a normal (not fast food) food for children, I advise you to everything you need to take with you. You need to go to the discovery, entertainment close at 17.00. Due to the large number of people have to stand in queues for a long time, so you can not make it everywhere. Better allocate two days to visit the Park.
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  • A very good place to take your small children who will love the Lego buildings. The older ones can enjoy free entry to all rides. Food and souvenirs inside are very expensive.
  • Amazing place to bring the youngins, lots of rides and activities that you won't have time to do everything unless you speed through it, but I wouldn't recommend doing so. My favourite was the haunted house, but make sure it's not too crowded as that ruins a lot of the surprises when there's a queue inside.
  • It is a great mixture of excitement, also for grown ups, as well as fun for kids. The decoration and displays made from Lego are exciting as well. The highlight for me was the "Arctic Ice Pilots School" ride. Even compared to Disney Land and universal studios, this is unique!
  • A Danish classic, still going strong. Somewhat pricey on icecream, food and drinks, but still a very enjoyable visit. Recently-added areas of the park introduces more action but lack the 'soul' from e.g. the mini-LEGO countrysides.
  • Awesome, not just for kids. Only had a few hours, but was flabbergasted from what I saw. Not just nice LEGO sculptures, but also a very creative park design. Don't forget to take the train ride. It's gorgeous, but also the fastest way to get from A to B.
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