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October 18, 2021
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Denmark’s House of Bricks

The ultimate LEGO playground opened in September. Located in Billund, Denmark, the birthplace of the beloved building brick, the new 12,000-square-metre LEGO House is made of 21 huge interlocking blocks with a large keystone at the top in the exact proportions and style of a 2x4 LEGO brick. Admission — adults $38, kids 3-12 $38 — gets you access to four colour-coded Experience Zones. The red zone is for creativity and free-building; the green zone for roleplaying with your own characters; blue puts cognitive skills to the test; yellow is about emotions. Ticket holders can also enter the Masterpiece Gallery to see amazing LEGO creations built by fans from around the world. The History Museum features hundreds of the most iconic LEGO sets. Visitors without tickets can play on nine rooftop playgrounds and also check out the LEGO Square lobby where the 15-metre-tall Tree of Creativity stands. It consists of 6,316,611 standard LEGO bricks and took 24,350 hours to assemble.

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