If you are looking for a fun and educational activity that you and your family can try out on a rainy day, a trip to LEGO House may be the perfect solution. In LEGO House you can experience LEGO’s amazing universe, both in an impressive “museum” with beautiful LEGO landscapes, but also by joining several workshops where you and your family can bring your creativity into play through LEGO. With a visit to LEGO House, you can combine a fun day with educational experiences, and the best part of it all is that the whole family can join.
Experience fun things in LEGO House in Billund
If you are on holiday at Kolding Hotel Apartment, visiting LEGO House is definitely a must. In LEGO House the whole family can take part in crazy and different experiences where you among other things can make your own LEGO movie, make LEGO sea animals, build a cool racing car or simply play freely with LEGO bricks if that is what you enjoy the most. There is something for everyone in the family if you choose to visit this wonderful attraction in Billund, and with lively and kind staff the service is always top-notch.
If you get hungry during the day, there is also a café and a restaurant where you can satisfy your needs, so there are time and energy for even more imagination and fun. LEGO House is located in Billund close to Kolding Hotel Apartments, so there are plenty of reasons to visit LEGO House. You and your family will surely have fun and wonderful experiences that you will never forget.
LEGO House opening hours
Before you visit LEGO House, there are a few practical things you should know, so you can plan your day the best way. The opening hours in LEGO House vary slightly as they are affected by factors such as holidays and weekends. On a regular weekday, the opening hours are typically from 10 am to 4 pm, and on Saturdays, it is a little longer from 10 am to 7 pm. However, LEGO House is not open for visitors every day, so you should check this before planning your visit, so you do not arrive and find a closed door. In some cases, e.g. holidays, LEGO House is open for visitors all days of the week, so if you want to choose freely between all days of the week, you may have to visit LEGO House for example in week 7 or 8. If you have any doubts about whether LEGO House is open for visitors, it might be a good idea to check if they are open - just to be absolutely sure that you won’t go home disappointed.
LEGO House prices
If you want to visit LEGO House in Billund, it is a good idea to figure out what is costs - both admission fee, food, and the like. The admission fee is DKK 249 for children (3-12) and adults (13+), and for toddlers (0-2) the admission is free. In addition to that, it is worth knowing that you can save DKK 50 per ticket if you choose to buy the tickets online. So, if you choose to buy tickets online, you are both ensured your spot in LEGO House, but you also get a cheaper ticket. Inside the LEGO House, there is also a LEGO shop, where you find a wide range of LEGO packages and toys that are available for purchase. In addition, there is also a café and a restaurant where you can buy a delicious meal after many hours enjoying the fantastic LEGO House.
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