Legoland Billund

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  • Address: Nordmarksvej 9, 7190 Billund, Denmark, Copenhagen
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
  • Phone: 45-75331333
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Amusement Park, Park, Play Ground, Food And Drinks, Entertainment, Family And Kids

Legoland Billund - Review

This is the world’s first and original Lego themed Legoland amusement park in the world. Inaugurated in 1968, this theme park is located in very close proximity to the Lego factory and Denmark’s second busiest airport.

Since it is located in Billund, this amusement is considered to be the most visited and largest amusement theme park outside Copenhagen. One of the most popular attractions in Legoland is the Miniland section. The exhibits in this section are built entirely out of millions of actual Legos. Although this feature is present in all Legoland amusement parks across the world, it can be taken for granted that this being the original, presents a much grander scale of exhibits.

This amusement park further adds to the already prominent amusement scene in Denmark. This particular amusement park is heralded as one of the best of its kind and people can certainly spend a wonderful time with their friends and families irrespective of their age. Hence, it is strongly advised that people make the trip from Copenhagen to Billund in order to spend a fun filled day at this amusement park. 

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  • Legoland Billund Address: Nordmarksvej 9, 7190 Billund, Denmark, Copenhagen
  • Legoland Billund Contact Number: 45-75331333
  • Legoland Billund Timing: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm
  • Legoland Billund Price: Free
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Things to Know Before Visiting Legoland Billund

  • 21.52% of people who visit Copenhagen include Legoland Billund in their plan

  • 74.8% of people start their Legoland Billund visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Legoland Billund

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62.71% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Legoland Billund

People normally club together LEGOLAND Billund Resort and Legoland while planning their visit to Legoland Billund.

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Legoland Billund, Copenhagen Reviews

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  • If you are (a) a lego nut and (b) have kids under 12, then this place is fantastic. Took our five year old there and it was perfect for her. About 70-80% if the rides she could do. Mini land is wonderful, if a little quaint in parts - but some of the architectural models like the Capitol building are stunning. We took the 2 day package with hotel stay and it was a pretty good deal. The hotel was fun with LEGO everywhere for kids to play with and breakfast included. Food is really expensive in the park and the hotel and is mostly geared towards hot dogs and burgers. Hard to get a good coffee there. But overall a great weekend and well worth it.

  • A whole day amusement with Lego. Even with bad weather it can be an enjoyable day, because many attractions are inside. Was surprised several times by the attractions, that are maybe not as big as in other theme-parks, but have nice twists on the runs. Also the waiting lines are made clever, so that children can play and explore things. Beside the fun part, also education and awareness for problems in our world are brought to the visitors in a pleasant way. One day visit was perfect for us, but if your group has different interest or multiple age-groups, then a multi day visit can be interesting. There is a good mixture of attractions for all of them and if you insist on doing them all, then I can imagine that on busy days you will not be able to do everything. One last thing, definitely try the French fries in Lego brick shape, they taste great.

  • Such a wholesome experience! We went there during off season and the park was not very crowded, many attractions had no lines or very short lines. The park is small and cozy, not over the top like Disneyland or Six Flags but still enjoyable. We loved it, but don't expect anything grandiose, this park is small and humble, if that's your thing, you'll have a great time, like we did.

  • Very nice place to go with the whole family. Impressive LEGO structures all over the park. Exciting and very fun and original rides. A lot of restaurants were closed at the day of this review. Probably because high season is over.

  • Lovely day out for all children not just the Lego mad ones. Some waiting time required for most rides but the admittance price allows for unlimited rides, between 10 am and 6 pm. The people manning the rides, and working in the shops are friendly and have a good sense of humour. On the other hand there is little information in English, with toilet signs, menu's etc in Danish alone. The Lego shop is big and well stocked, and you can trade your mini figures with any member of staff or in the shops. Smoking areas are designated on the map.

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