LEGO House @ Home - Inspiration for LEGO play for the whole family.

LEGO House @ Home

Your creative break

Remember to play - even at home.

Children play and have fun. They experiment, challenge, test boundaries, make mistakes and try again. They learn. Research shows that play is one of the best ways to develop the brain and acquire the necessary life skills such as collaboration, creativity and problem solving. 

When children of all ages play in LEGO® House, it's primarily to have fun and explore the endless possibilities with the LEGO bricks. But did you know that the house is divided into different colour zones that challenge you and your children's skills while playing?

We love to see your creative skills unfolding in LEGO House, but we also hope that you remember to keep playing at home. That is why we have prepared a number of creative break that you can explore together at home. We continually collect the activities at this site so that you can always easily find them again.

Share your creativity on social media with #LEGOHouseatHome so we can all enjoy - and inspire - each other. Then we play together separately.

Play well!

Fish Designer @ Home

Joy, anger, happiness, fear or disgust ... fish can have many emotions. But what feeling does your fish have?

You may know the Fish Designer activity in LEGO House, where you build colorful fish and bring them to life among other fish in the digital aquarium. Would you like to be inspired to build your own LEGO fish and create a little story around it? Then join this building activity, where our Head of Experience Development, Mike, shows you how to.

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Story Lab At Home (1)

Set and

Story Lab @ Home

Take a seat in the instructor chair, because now you have to direct your very own LEGO stop motion movie. In this video you are invited to join Mike and his son Benjamin, as they show you how to bring the Story Lab activity at home. So get ready to shoot this year's blockbuster.

Creative Lab @ Home

Build your own Easter bunny

Creative Lab is the flexible area of LEGO House, where the building activity often changes as the season progresses. For Easter, for example, we built Easter bunnies, and with this "step-by-step" guide you will get inspiration on how to build your own Easter bunny.

See some of your creative Easter bunnies below for more inspiration.

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Easter Bunny Tag New 1B
Easter Bunny Tag New 3B
Easter Bunny Tag New 5

Build your own LEGO maze

... and see if your family can crack the code and navigate through it.

Who can build the most complex maze in your family? Test each other and see if you can find your way through it. And please share them with #LEGOHouseatHome so others can be inspired.

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Build together with our Head Designer Mike and try out the Test Driver activity at home.

Build, Test

Test Driver @ Home

Test Driver is an activity in the Blue Zone of LEGO House, where guests are encouraged to create a unique LEGO vehicle and test it on one of the challenging tracks.

In this 30 minute long video our Head of Experience Development, Mike, provides a "step by step guide" on how to bring Test Driver at home. So, go find your LEGO Bricks, because now we're going to build, test and play with LEGO cars.


Can you remember?

3... 2... 1... REMEMBER!
And then build.

With just a handful of LEGO bricks there are an endless amount of different ways they can be put together, so the next play requires a really good memory!

Find a play mate and see if you can remember each other's shapes and build the same figure without looking. Challenge each other by limiting how long you can see the figure before hiding it.

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Inspiration for hours of creative and playful LEGO activities for the whole family.


Tic tac toe, LEGO bingo or board game race. Or how about coding your own LEGO musical? With these 50 ideas for playful and fun LEGO activities, you and your family will not be bored for the next couple of hours.

Stay tuned for even more fun LEGO activities...

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