Experiencing the history of Lego® Play
The 12,000 m2 LEGO® House, opening on September 28, will be a hands-on experience center where LEGO® fans of all ages can experiment with LEGO® bricks, share LEGO® brick stories, express their imagination and creativity through LEGO® bricks, and not least be challenged as LEGO® builders by meeting other builders from all over the world.
Billund – the capital of children
LEGO® House, located in Billund - the Capital of Children, will be a center for creativity, play and learning. Children can learn about their own creative potential by exploring the hands-on play. LEGO® House will be the only place of its kind in the world.
A gigantic stack of Lego bricks
The LEGO® House is comprised of 21 enormous LEGO® bricks stacked on top of each other and designed by world-renowned architect Bjarke Ingels of the firm BIG. This new attraction is located in Billund where LEGO® was invented back in 1958. The 23 m tall LEGO® House consists of 11,900 sq m. Visitors will experience the world-famous LEGO® brick concept throughout the building.
50 attractiosn and 60 million bricks
The original LEGOLAND® is one of Denmark’s best-known and cherished theme parks for guests of all ages. As well as trying out over 50 fun activities, guests can explore the park with cities and famous attractions built from more than 60 million LEGO® bricks.
A gateway to a world of adventure
LEGOLAND® offers lots of experiences, among others Ghost – The Haunted House with lots of LEGO spookiness that will send chills down the spines of visitors. In the Western town of LEGOREDO®, the American Indian chief will treat guests to bonfire bread, and in Miniland a world of LEGO® bricks is waiting to be explored. Thrill-seeking daredevils should try the free fall of the Polar X-plorer. Meet the penguins in Penguin Bay or experience sharks swimming over your head in Atlantis by SEA LIFE™. End the day on the LEGOTOP® for a bird’s eye view of LEGOLAND®.
About Cruise Fredericia
Fredericia is a Scandinavian cruise destination in the heart of Denmark with a dedicated cruise quay for LOA 350 m and 12-meter water depth. Whether you are into historic and authentic attractions, art and culture, real Viking experiences or activities for the entire family, Fredericia has it all – including three UNESCO sites within only a 1-hour drive.
The port of Fredericia is a dedicated deep-water cruise port and is easily accessible and navigable. Excellent operational facilities and a cruise quay very close to the city center is what we call credible - close - cruiseable.
Cruise Fredericia is part of ADP A/S, which owns and operates the ports of Fredericia, Nyborg and Middelfart.
Read more: www.cruisefredericia.com