The original Legoland is a "must see" experience in Denmark and is one of Denmark's biggest attractions with over 1.5 million visitors. In fact, it is the largest attraction outside Copenhagen
The original Legoland opened in 1968, and Billund in South Denmark. The park is next to the original Lego factory and Billund Airport, Denmark's second-busiest airport.
Today it is one of the most popular family attractions in Denmark. Just nearby Legoland, you can see the first Lego® factory. The company started here more than 80 years ago.
Nearby Legoland, you can also visit LegoHouse® - where you can discover the history of Lego and many exciting attractions for children and their parents.
The amusement park, which opened its doors for the first time back in 1968, is one of Denmark's biggest attractions, with over 1.5 million visitors. It is the most prominent attraction outside Copenhagen in terms of the number of visitors, surpassed only by Tivoli and Bakken.
In Legoland, it is possible to see world-known buildings built with thousands of Lego® bricks. You can explore countries made on a small scale and also constructed entirely of Lego bricks.
Or you can explore the fascinating Miniland and discover a wonderful world, everything built with millions of LEGO® bricks.
Legoland is 260 km west of Copenhagen and about 3,5 hours drive from Copenhagen. If you take the train, you stop in Vejle and then take a bus to Billund.
Just next to Legoland is the second busiest airport in Denmark, Billund Airport, where flights fly to Copenhagen and many other European cities. It takes about 50 minutes to fly to and from Copenhagen.
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