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LEGO House


It has taken four years to build the LEGO House… The 12,000-square metre building is filled with 25 million LEGO bricks ready to give LEGO fans of all ages the ultimate LEGO experience.

You can immerse yourself in the lives of countless Minifigures as you explore three areas: in the Red Zone, it’s plenty of rooms for creativity. The Blue Zone is dedicated to cognitive abilities. In the Yellow Zone, emotions will take centre stage, and the Green Zone is all about social play. The outdoor areas cater for physical play, spatial awareness – and letting off steam! The staggered terraces around the house feature creative playgrounds for children of all ages. Explore a submarine run aground, take a ride on a spectacular camel swing imported directly from the desert, or hop on a surfboard for a ride through shark-infested waters!

At over 15 meters tall, the Tree of Creativity is one of the largest LEGO structures ever built! It took more than 6 millions standard bricks and 24.350 hours to assemble, and it’s packed with fun details and surprises. The LEGO Brick Builder is a giant waterfall cascading into seemingly bottomless pools of bricks, just waiting for you to dive in. Create anything that comes to mind with an almost unlimited supply of LEGO bricks!

Discover the magic behind the brand and the endless possibilities for play and learning. 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.

LEGO House
Ole Kirks Plads 1
Billund
Denmark

Have a look at:
legohouse.com

POSTED BY enrico
November 1, 2017