LEGO House opened its doors in September 2017, and since then has welcomed thousands of LEGO fans, young and old. Now a new Netflix documentary gives you a chance to go behind the scenes at LEGO House and see how the home of the brick was built.
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It took four years to build the world’s most unique LEGO experience, and LEGO House is now destined to be a brand new creative destination for fans of all ages.
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Located in Billund, Denmark, where the iconic LEGO brick was invented, LEGO house comprises different experience zones symbolising a special aspect of play and learning – creative, cognitive, social, and emotional skills.
There are also several restaurants, playgrounds, a LEGO store, conference space and a 20,000 sq. ft gallery and exhibition space showing the history of the brand and a display of iconic LEGO sets.
And now we can see just how this 130,000 sq. ft. creation came to be in this behind the scenes documentary, LEGO House: Home of the Brick, on Netflix. We are so excited!
Take a peek at the trailer here:
LEGO is no stranger to documentaries – in 2015, The Secret World of LEGO appeared on Channel 4 and gave a new insight into the iconic brand’s headquarters and vision.
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Are You Planning a Visit to LEGO House?
LEGO House expects to welcome 250,000 annual visitors from all over the world. The combination of LEGO House and LEGOLAND makes Billund a real draw for fans of all ages.
If you’re planning a trip to visit LEGO House for yourself, you will need to book in advance through the website due to space restrictions. This will hopefully ensure you aren’t left standing in queues, even at peak visiting times, making it much more enjoyable (and stress-free!) for everyone.
Entry tickets are priced 199DKK (approximately €27/$32/£23) for adults and children aged 3 years and older.
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