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Monday, January 11, 2010

Legoland . . . .DENMARK

The renowned ten-hectare (25-acre) amusement park located north of Billund features attractions and rides built from no less than 40 million plastic LEGO blocks. Shows are performed daily by the Children’s Theatre, and there are also circus acts in high season. Adults and children can marvel at the detailed LEGO reconstructions of famous sights from around the world in Miniland; Duplo Land, with its chunkier bricks, is particularly popular with younger children. Other popular attractions include Pirateland and Castleland. The sophisticated Port of Copenhagen exhibit, featuring electronically controlled trains, cranes and ships, is also popular. The Falck Fire Brigade was a new attraction added in 2005.
Air: Billund International Airport. Rail: Train: Vejle, Kolding or Fredericia stations. Road:Bus: Regular public services. Car: A7/E-45 (exit 63), then route 441 and route 28 (from the south); E-45 (exit 60), then route 28 (from the north); E-20 (exit 61), then route 18 and route 28 (from Copenhagen).

Contact Addresses

Legoland A/S, Nordmarksvej 9, 7190 Billund, Denmark
Tel: 7533 1333
Website:
www.lego.com

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