At Legoland Billund in Denmark, adventurers big and small can embark on a discovery journey into the world of Lego. Over 50 attractions, rides and shows offer unforgettable experiences for the whole family. The park is located at the birthplace of Lego in Billund on the Jutland mainland. This gives it a special connection to Lego's history. A total of around 65 million Lego bricks were built on 14 hectares.
Knights, pirates and ninjas
In the Knights' Kingdom, a large knight's castle has been built, which brave knights can climb. A ten-metre-high watchtower, secret passages, a hall of mirrors and a dungeon await them here. In Pirate Land, the big pirate ship is anchored and can be boarded by raft or rope ferry. Challenges such as Lloyd's Laser Maze or Kai's Spinners have to be mastered in Ninjago® World.
Adventure Land pre-programmes adventure and fun. From a ride on a water scooter through the jungle to a treasure hunt where you have to shoot your way out, there is something for everyone here.
LEGOREDO® Town offers exciting roller coaster rides, a white-water canoe and a spooky house, but also the chance to build your own Lego boat or monster.
In DUPLO® Land, young visitors get their money's worth. Here you will find rides, roller coasters and playgrounds suitable for small children.
Legoland's main attraction is Miniland. Here, famous places from Denmark and all over the world have been recreated from millions of Lego bricks. There are also rides in this area, such as the traffic school, the LEGO® safari or the LEGO® train.
So that the youngest visitors can also let off steam, there is plenty of climbing fun in the individual areas. At the big climbing tower, which must be climbed over rope and suspension bridges, they can climb high up. Challenges also await here, such as an underground mountain tunnel and a labyrinth to explore. Children's dexterity is additionally in demand on the balance course. There are a lot of slides, trampolines and a giant bouncy cushion in the activity park.
Restaurants and snack stands offer refreshments. If you want to extend your Legoland visit, you can stay overnight at the Legoland Hotel. The Givskud Zoo is also nearby and should not be missed during a Denmark visit.
The first Legoland opened in Billund, Denmark, in 1968. There are now eight Legoland parks around the world, including in the USA, Great Britain, Malaysia, Dubai and Japan. Since 2002, LEGOLAND has also operated in Germany.
How to get there
Legoland Billund can be reached by car or public transport.
- The journey from Flensburg takes around 1.5 hours. Paid parking is on site.
- There are also several buses that take you directly to Legoland Billund.
- The nearest airport is Billund Lufthavn, 20 kilometres away.