Pirates, our love for Denmark just grows brick by brick - did you know that the country is home to a full-sized LEGO House?
Inviting guests to live out their fondest LEGO dreams, the house sprawls across the town of Billund, Denmark, and is exactly what you'd expect: basic LEGO construction on a life-size scale.
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Designed by architect Bjarke Ingels, the multi-level building features 21 interlocking cube structures, held together by a keystone piece on top. Completed in 2017, the site is impressively scaled at 12,000 square metres, offering a range of activities for visitors young and old.
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Visitors can explore the colourful terraces, climb in the playgrounds, and generally indulge in nostalgic fun in the sea of bricks. The house also includes a three restaurants, a conference room, a spectacular gallery of brick masterpieces and a museum exploring the history of LEGO. Of course, the house has its very own LEGO store.
If you're not ready to visit but want to learn more about this groundbreaking construction, the LEGO house has its own Netflix documentary, which dives deep into the creation of the house, as well as the history of the LEGO brand itself.
Top pirate tip: just don't visit barefoot.
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