18.08.2022

A glimpse inside the new Lego house in Denmark

The striking 130,000-square-foot building consists of 21 white bricks stacked on top of each other and its facade is covered with tiles, giving the illusion that the whole building is made of Lego.

After seven years in the pipeline, Lego has finally opened its impressive flagship house in Billund, Denmark.

Inside there are dozens of exhibits crafted from 25 million Lego bricks, including giant trees and a brigade of dinosaurs.

To keep children and Lego-loving adults occupied, there are four play zones, three restaurants and a brick-laden gift shop.

It has taken four years to build the Lego house, following several years of planning and consultation.

A grand event celebrating its opening on September 28 was attended by the Danish royal family, the building’s celebrated architect, Bjarke Ingels and Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, the third generation head of Lego. Scroll down for a glimpse inside the wacky building which promises hours of brick-building fun…

After seven years in the pipeline, Lego has finally opened its impressive flagship house in Billund, Denmark

The striking 130,000-square-foot building consists of 21 white bricks stacked on top of each other and its facade is covered with tiles, giving the illusion that the whole building is made of Lego

Inside there are dozens of exhibits crafted from 25 million Lego bricks, including giant trees and a brigade of dinosaurs

To keep children and Lego-loving adults occupied, there are four play zones, three restaurants and a brick-laden gift shop

It has taken four years to build the Lego house, following several years of planning and consultation

Visitors to the Lego house are treated to a range of visual displays including an Alpine village crafted out of plastic bricks (left) and a giant tree (right)

A Lego dinosaur looks eager to protect its eggs (left) while children get to grips with their building skills (right)

The Lego house is expected to welcome 250,000 paying visitors each year from all over the world

A grand event celebrating its opening on September 28 was attended by the Danish royal family, the building’s celebrated architect, Bjarke Ingels and Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, the third generation head of Lego

A wooden camel has been installed on one of the roofs at the Lego house to fit in with a desert theme

There are even bow tie-wearing Lego robots at the new design centre, showing children how a production line works

From street level, the building’s Lego theme isn’t as easy to spot

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