Legoland Billund © Bobby Hidy
Legoland Billund, the original Legoland Park, is a holiday must for children visiting Denmark. Opened in 1968, it plays host to numerous visitors from all over the world and is conveniently situated next to the original Lego factory. The features are divided into 'Worlds', including Denmark's iconic Miniland as well as Duplo Land, Imagination Zone, Legoredo Town, Adventure Land, Pirate Land, Lego City and the Knights' Kingdom. With a legendary selection of rides, shops and eateries, Legoland Billund has something to offer to everyone in the family, and is a must-do for families on holiday in Copenhagen. Some rides, like Pirate Water Falls, are closed when temperatures drop below a certain point. The admission costs vary because there are so many different ticket options including season passes, family tickets, multiple pre-booked online ticket options, as well as ordinary gate prices. Check the website for these details to work out the best deal for your group as the costs given below are just a guideline.
Address: Nordmarksvej 9, 7190 Billund
Transport: The train stations in Vejle, Kolding, Fredericia will connect you to Legoland with a bus connections to Billund. Buses stop right outside Legoland.
Opening times: Seasonal, open April to October. Check the website for specific dates as opening times vary month to month and sometimes even more frequently.
Admission: Adults DKK 349; Children (aged 3 - 12) and Seniors DKK 329.