Legoland Billund is an amusement theme park in the Billund city built from Lego bricks, located on the Jutland peninsula in Denmark. Legoland Billund has been opened in 1968 and is the oldest and the biggest park of all Lego Parks. The history of the Lego bricks is connected with the family of Godtfred Kirk Christiansen. Legoland Billund is divided into 8 different worlds: Duplo Land, Imagination Zone, LEGOREDO Town, Adventure Land, Miniland, Pirate Land, Lego City and Knights Kingdom.
In each of these worlds, you can try a variety of attractions. Whether you ride lego train, monorail, mini boats, a number of smaller or larger roller coasters, thrill to the fairway, a ride on a pirate boat, undergo a duel with the pirate battle at water, ride on the forest racing hovercraft, compete in a fire truck or watch the acrobatic performances in the form of fairy tales in a mini castle…
Children can enjoy themselves in the pirate water world, visit buildings built from Lego bricks, watch some story in the 4D cinema or visit a mini driving school. The Legoland Billund has also a plenty of food stalls and various restaurants. You also have the opportunity to stay in the Hotel Legoland.
Tickets to Legoland Billund are for 33 EUR for children/day or 37 EUR for an adult/day. Or you can buy the Season Pass for 66 EUR /children or 73 EUR /adult.
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