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Plan your school visit

When you visit LEGO® House with your class, we want to give you as a teacher, as good and inspiring day as the students hopefully get. Therefore, we will be the hosts and facilitators of each individual school lesson, but we are going to need your help to ensure good behaviour and a great experience for all.

Below you'll see a typical school day program. This may vary, and you will receive the final program with your confirmation letter upon finalizing your booking.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us by e-mail: or phone +45 8282 0400.

LEGO House school program

Who is the programme for?

  • The LEGO House school programme offers lessons for 1st -6th-grade students.
  • The lessons are developed for Danish schools, but the activities can be held in English if requested beforehand.
  • After-school clubs are welcome to book school lessons at LEGO House but must be within the age group and be able to attend the school lesson.
  • Kindergartens, private daycares and other children’s institutions are not eligible for a discounted school entrance to LEGO House.
The LEGO House shcool programme - Learning through play.


10.00 am – 10.30 am   Arrival - you will be greeted by a Play Agent
10.30 am – 11.45 am   Lesson*
11.45 am – 12.30 pm   Lunch
12.30 pm – 01.00 pm   Meet the Six Brick patrol
01.00 pm – 02.15 pm   Play Time
02.15 pm – 02.45 pm   Meet the Six Brick patrol
02.45 pm – 03.00 pm   Goodbuy

* Please note that selected days have a limited number of lessons. Furthermore, the lesson in Story Lab will be facilitated between 01.00-02.15 pm. If you have booked this lesson, Play Time will take place from 10:30-11:45 am. 
Changes may occur.

LEGO House school program - practical information.


Role of the teacher

There must be at least one teacher accompanying every 30 students and three teachers are included in the price. Extra teachers or parents are welcome but will be asked to pay the full admission price. A LEGO House Play Agent is responsible for the lesson and for welcoming the class. However, we expect the teacher to play an active role in ensuring good behaviour, especially when students move around the house and during the part of the visit where students can explore themselves.

Lunch boxes, coats, toilet breaks and other practicalities

Upon arrival, there will be time for hanging jackets, bags etc. in the wardrobe and visiting restrooms. We know we all must be hungry after a long bus ride. Therefore, we accommodate you with a lunch table and some time to enjoy a small snack you have brought from home.

For lunch, it is possible for the students to buy a lunch bag, which will be handed out upon arrival. However, when buying lunch bags, notice must be given no later than 10 days prior to the school visit. Payment and handout will take place in our BRICKACCINO café.

A lunch bag costs 39 DKK and contains:

  • Pizza bun with tomato sauce and mozzarella 
  • Child-friendly pasta salad
  • Muesli bar
  • Organic juice

Visits with no booking confirmation

On school days it is mandatory to book your visit at least 14 days prior to the visit. If you arrive at LEGO House without a booking you will be charged the full admission price and we will not be able to offer any customized school lessons.

Limits to the number of classes pr. day

Facilitated school lessons in LEGO House will be offered on the designated school days. On these days, there is a limited amount of time slots available – we, therefore, urge you to pre-book your lessons as soon as possible and at least 14 days prior to the visit.


Cancellation of school visits must be made at least 14 days in advance. In the case of overdue, LEGO House reserves the right to bill the school for any agreed bus transportation.

NB: Cancellation due to Covid-19 related issues can be made free of charge, a day before the visit.

Inspiration to free play in the LEGO House Experience Zones.

Inspiration to free play

During your visit, there will be an opportunity for students to play in our Experience Zones. You can manage your play time in whichever way you wish, however, we have outlined some good advice on how to structure it below:  

  • Print this worksheet.
  • Before your visit, divide the students into small groups of 4-6 people walking around on their own.
  • Agree on time and place to meet up again.
  • Mobile devices are not needed. You can take pictures with your wristband. Cool, right?
  • Get started.. PLAY! PLAY! PLAY!

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