The LEGO® House is offering visitors the opportunity to buy a 3D-printed LEGO minifigure-sized duck for a limited time only in November. The duck is the first stand-alone 3D-printed element to be released by the LEGO Group.
On 1 August 2022, Kathrine Kirk Muff will take over the role of CEO at LEGO House from Jesper Vilstrup. Kathrine Kirk Muff was involved with developing LEGO House, which she is now taking charge of with a crystal-clear ambition that it should be a bucket list destination for all LEGO fans.
LEGO House launches a new LEGO House exclusive product: Dagny Holm - Master Builder (40503). The product is a tribute to the first Master Builder in the LEGO Group and will be available in the LEGO House LEGO Store from March 1, 2022.
When LEGO House for the first time in two years welcomes several hundred fans from all over the world on September 23, 2021, it is with a new fan exhibition in the Masterpiece Gallery and live presentations available both physically in LEGO House and virtually from home.
As of the 1st June, people with invisible disabilities who visit LEGO House can choose to wear the Sunflower lanyard if they want to signal to employees that they may need extra time, understanding, patience or help during their visit.
LEGO House reveals a new LEGO House Exclusive product: 40502 - The Brick Moulding Machine. The new product is a part of the Limited Edition series of LEGO House Exclusives and it represents an era in the history of the LEGO Group going from producing toys in wood into plastic. The set is available from March 4, 2021.
At the LEGO Store in LEGO House, a big secret has been hidden behind decorative cardboard boxes for a while with the text “coming soon” written outside it. From Friday guests will be met by the brand new LEGO Minifigure Factory when they enter the retail store.
LEGO House is now introducing a new series called: The LEGO House Limited Editions. The Wooden Duck (40501) is the first in this exclusive range of collectable products celebrating key moments in LEGO history.
The management of LEGO House has made the decision to close LE GOURMET to test a new food concept. It will be a modern "share food" concept, where guests do not receive individual servings, but share the meal with their friends and family at the table.
Today, a 12,000-square metre house filled with 25 million LEGO bricks opened its doors to a brand new creative universe. Children and creative souls of all ages can now get the ultimate LEGO experience all year round in the new LEGO House in Billund, Denmark.
The climbing equipment is in full use at LEGO House in Billund right now, as one of the world’s largest LEGO models is currently being installed in the middle of LEGO Square. A tree, 15 metres high, built from more than six million LEGO bricks.
LEGO House is a unique experience house located at the centre of Billund, Denmark – Home of the Brick. The building will allow LEGO fans of all ages to feel the magic of the LEGO universe and have the ultimate LEGO experience all year round. A number of new LEGO experiences and a sea of LEGO bricks will greet children and adults alike, inviting them to unleash their creativity.