LEGO has launched their website for the upcoming LEGO House which will be opening to the public in Billund this fall. On the site, there is a ton of new information about what you can expect to see there.
First are the different Experience Zones that you can visit which include the Red Zone, Yellow Zone, Green Zone, and Blue Zone. The Red Zone lets you play with creativity and allows you to use your imagination to create. The Yellow Zone taps into your emotions and you can use those emotions to create animals and flowers. The Green Zone has a more social aspect to it and it teaches you social competences and responding to others’ needs and feelings. Finally, the Blue Zone tests your logic and teaches how to solve problems.
Another area that you can visit in the LEGO House is the Masterpiece Gallery which is an exhibit for AFOL creations. Maybe you can see some of your favorite builders’ creations here.
The History Collection takes you through the history of LEGO. Here you can see 500 of the most iconic LEGO sets the company and produced. It’s similar to the Vault but you can’t actually touch the sets.
Of course, there’s also areas where you can grab a bite including the Cafe Brickachino, and Brick-a-Meal family restaurant. There’s also a gourmet restaurant called the Mezzanine.
What’s a trip to the LEGO House without doing some shopping. There will also be a LEGO Store there to make your purchases.
Tickets go on sale for the LEGO House in June and must be purchased in advance if you want to visit the Experience Zones. The LEGO House will open daily, minus holidays and events, and the hours will vary by season.
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