A new LEGO-themed experience is coming to Denmark this fall, and it promises to be fun for fans of all ages.
The LEGO House, designed by architect Bjarke Ingels, looks like it was built with the classic toy bricks. The 130,000 square-foot building in Billund, Denmark houses a LEGO shop, three restaurants, a public square, rooftop terraces, a conference center, and exhibitions.
“Experience Zones” are separated by color: Red, Yellow, Blue and Green. The Red Zone focuses on building, with a “bottomless” pool of LEGO bricks. In the Yellow Zone, guests use LEGOs to create fish, animals and flowers. The Blue Zone highlights logic and problem solving and guests will interact with robots, cars and trains. Finally, visitors to the Green Zone direct a movie, customizing their own LEGO figures and exploring the world through vignettes.
Though the website features playful LEGO food (as pictured above), dining options will include the Brickaccino cafe, Mini Chef family restaurant, and Le Gourmet for fancier fare.
The LEGO House opens on September 28. Tickets start around $32 for adults and children and booking in advance is recommended.
For more information, head over to the LEGO House website.
Source: Real Simple