Legoland – a favorite destination for families with children in Denmark

The world of legos fascinates people of all ages

The large amusement park in Denmark, built of Lego blocks, is divided into ten themed areas where you can go on an adventure in the atmosphere of pirates as well as among ninjas. Part of Legoland’s charm lies in the details – the whole world is built to life down to the smallest blocks.

There is plenty of interesting things to see in Legoland for adults as well, as several buildings and characters point to role models for real life. Those who know history and culture can therefore compete for who recognizes the most visual works. World travelers, on the other hand, will love the miniature version of the world built into the destination, from which one can identify familiar travel destinations.

LegolandA city built of legos
Miniland is like a world in miniature. Cities built from Lego are easy to identify based on well-known landmarks.

Built of more than 60 million Lego blocks, Legoland’s attractions are suitable for the whole family. You can get up to speed by riding a roller coaster ride or a wild ghost adventure made of legos, not forgetting the haunted house made of legos. The little ones in the family in particular will fall in love with the world of Duplo, and adults can set the mood in the wild west of the city.

Fun events throughout the summer

It is worth getting acquainted with Legoland’s program already when planning a trip, as the theme park hosts various theme nights and events along the way, which are either tied to a specific day of the week or a specific time. For example, the program varies from month to month, and each hearing usually has its own weekly event date.

LegolandA train looking like Legos
The atmosphere of Legoland can also be enjoyed on theme days when something special happens in the park.

Legoland also celebrates on various holidays, and during Halloween, for example, the park is filled with one of the most creepy Lego blocks.

The Ninjago theme area takes you into the world of ninjas

At Lego Ninjago World, you can put your ninja skills to the test and try fun maze and climbing tracks, for example. One of the most interesting destinations in the area is the Lego Ninjago, which bears the name of the theme, and those who ride it must master the four main elements to defeat their opponent and be masters of fire, lightning, earth and ice.

Opened in spring 2016, the € 11.3 million Ninjago area is the largest acquisition in the history of the theme park. With an area of ​​more than 5,000 square meters, it includes many interactive tracks where you can, among other things, run through a laser maze in true ninja style.

The Ninjago area has also been built mainly from Lego blocks, and about 1.5 tons of Legos have been used to build the area.

Plenty to do for the whole family

There is plenty to see in the Legoland areas of Billund, and in addition to the Ninjago theme area, you can venture into a legendary fairytale world filled with knights and maidens, among other things. Billund also has a world of adventure filled with wild equipment, a world of freezing creepy pirates and, for example, the icy Polar Land.

LegolandA city built of legos
There is also an area dedicated to Lego Movie in the theme park.

Legoland also has the largest 4D cinema in all of Scandinavia, a live shark, a Wild West atmosphere in a dedicated area and a Duplo world for the little ones in the family.

This is how you get to Legoland

Legoland is located on the Jutland Peninsula in Billund. Although the city also has its own airport, Finnish tourists usually arrive in Copenhagen, from where they can continue their journey by train or rental car, for example. Travel time between cities is about three hours. Travel agents can also inquire about package holidays to Legoland.

Flight connections from Finland are excellent and cheap flights to Copenhagen are available almost all year round, except for the worst holiday seasons.

LegolandPrincess kissing a dinosaur
During the visit, you will be able to see many familiar characters adventuring around Legoland.

Adjacent to the theme park are the Hotel Legoland or the Castle Hotel, which have special theme rooms to delight the whole family. Lego-themed hotels crown your visit and are an easy choice, as the theme park is easily accessible throughout the day.

Also visit outside of Legoland

There are three other interesting sights in Billund just outside the Legoland area. Located in Lalandia’s Aquadome, Europe’s longest 167-meter Wild River open-air slide offers visitors a brisk pace. The water park’s outdoor water pool is kept warm all year round, so you can swim in the warm water even in winter. In addition to the long outdoor water slide, there are also many pools in the area: the wave pool, the tornado pool and the Cave pool right next to the aquarium.

LegolandA playground built of doubles
If there is still power left over after the Legoland games, you should also visit nearby destinations.

In Billund, there is plenty to do for the wild. The Little Belt Bridge, which connects the islands of Jutland and Funen, offers the opportunity to try walking on the bridge. The experience is memorable, as the bridge can be used to climb 60 meters above sea level, over the cars and trains below.

Text: Anne Ventelä and Inka Khanji
Photos: Legoland Billund

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