Legoland Deutschland in the Bavarian town of Günzburg boasts over 55 attractions, most of which are aimed at families with kids aged between two and twelve years old. More than 57 million Lego blocks have been used to create a theme park with ten themed areas, boasting everything from explorers and pirates to knights and ninjas. This wide-ranging theme park is completed by Lego shops, themed restaurants and numerous events and shows in the Lego Arena and “Affentheater”.
New in 2019: Land of the Pharaohs
The newly set up Land of the Pharaohs invites you for an exciting treasure hunt. With two new family rides, Pyramid Rallye and Desert X-Cursion, explorers dive into exciting adventures around ancient Egyptian myths.
Miniland: Discover the World Playing LEGO
Miniland allows visitors to admire the world in miniature. In addition to many famous German sights like Neuschwanstein Castle, Hamburg harbour, Frankfurt’s city skyline and the Allianz Arena, visitors can also explore Switzerland, the Netherlands and Venice here. These European cities and landscapes were all built true to scale using more than 25 million Lego blocks.
LEGOLAND Holiday Resort: Unique Accommodation in the World of LEGO
One day is not enough to explore all ten adventure worlds of LEGOLAND Deutschland. Hence, the family theme park has become a short trip destination. A holiday resort was created right next to the park in 2008. It was continously extended, and now features 72 houses, a campsite, and an impressive castle complex with 136 LEGO themed rooms as well as LEGOLAND Pirate Island Hotel. Apart from the accommodation, LEGOLAND Holiday Resort also boasts a bowling alley, a high rope course as well as a mini golf course, great adventure playgrounds and many other entertainment options.
The first Legoland was built in 1968 in the Danish town of Billund. Today there are eight LEGOLAND parks dotted around the globe, including in the USA, Great Britain, Malaysia, Japan and Dubai. Germany has been home to a Legoland park since 2002.
How to get there
Legoland Günzburg is located just of motorway A8 between Ulm and Augsburg. Exit at Günzburg and take the B16, following signs for Legoland. There’s a large car park for visitors which costs €6 per day, while a special parking area is also available for campers.
Rail travellers should head for Günzburg station, where regular buses travel to and from Legoland.