Denmark's New LEGO House!

The new vacation hot spot for children everywhere is in Billund, Denmark where the LEGO Group recently opened its LEGO House. Over the last four years, LEGO has been building the family-friendly destination in the small Danish town where LEGO has its headquarters and where carpenter Ole Kirk Christiansen first created the toy in 1949. The building is divided into experience zones that include two exhibition areas and four play areas. The play areas are divided into four zones, each based on one of four primary colors devoted to a special aspect of learning. Ticket prices are approximately $33 USD, free for children under age two.

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