Build spring flowers in Flower Artist in LEGO House.

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Code your own beekeeper robot in Robo Lab.

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Build LEGO bees in Creative Lab in LEGO House.

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It's buzzing in LEGO® House

Finally, it buzzes again with play in LEGO® House. We open with a brand-new mission in Robo Lab, spring-like activities, and other fresh news. And of course, we will make sure that you can play, explore and have fun at a good distance for you to feel safe.

Try the new Robo Lab mission in LEGO House.

Try the new Robo Lab mission

While LEGO House has been closed, we have been busy bees building a new mission in Robo Lab. Power up your beekeeper robot and make sure the bees have the best conditions for making honey.

Build a bee in Creative Lab in LEGO House.

Build a bee in Creative Lab

BEE ready to build bees in Creative Lab. Help us make as many bees as possible to pollinate the flowers. Which bee would you build? A queen bee, a worker bee or maybe a drone bee?

Decorate daffodils in Flower Artist in LEGO House.

Decorate daffodils in Flower Artist

The feeling of spring and flowers blooming is something very special. However, LEGO flowers do not grow by themselves, so please help us fill up an entire flower meadow with BEE-autilful spring LEGO flowers.

Bring your family to LEGO House and try the brand-new Robo Lab mission.

Robo Lab 2.0

Become a beekeeper for a day...
From now on, you will no longer have to free LEGO Minifigures frozen in the ice in Robo Lab. Now you're going to be a beekeeper and make sure that the bees have the very best conditions for making honey. Power up your beekeeper robot, drill a hole and plant a seed and see how much honey you can collect before the game is over! Let's see if we can collaborate to create a more sustainable world - filled with bees, flowers and lots of honey.

Code your own beekeeper robot in LEGO House and help the bees to collect honey.

A safe experience in LEGO House

It is important to us that it is a safe and secure experience for both our guests and staff to be in LEGO House - without compromising on what we do best namely, to play, explore and have fun. Therefore, we have continuously introduced new initiatives in relation to behaviour, distance, and hygiene, in order to maintain the authorities' restrictions.

With the reopening comes, among other things, a requirement from the authorities that you as a guest (from 15 years of age onwards) must be able to present a valid Corona pass as well as ID card.

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