A Family Guide to Visiting LEGOLAND® Billund Resort in Denmark

*This Family Guide to Visiting LEGOLAND® Billund Resort was done in partnership with LEGOLAND® Billund Resort, which hosted aspects of the visit. All ideas and opinions expressed are those of the writer, Megan Tucker. Find additional disclosure information below.* 

A dad and his young kids look at an outdoor lego production at LEGOLAND® Billund Resort.

If you’re searching for a whimsical and adventure-filled family vacation, look no further than LEGOLAND® Billund Resort in Denmark! Nestled amidst the picturesque countryside of western Denmark, this world-renowned amusement park promises an unforgettable experience for kids and adults alike. Are you and your child(ren) big into building? Love problem-solving? Is your family enthusiastic about the most famous brick in the world, LEGO®? Then read on for a Family Guide to Visiting LEGOLAND® Billund Resort! Here, we break down why LEGOLAND® Billund Resort makes a great family getaway with the many places to stay, eat, and play all steps away from each other – from the perspective of a real family who visited the resort. Read on for all the details of how to build a wonderful trip together!

How to Get to LEGOLAND® Billund with Kids

A dad and his two sons stand in front of the entrance sign to LEGOLAND® Billund Resort.

LEGOLAND® Billund Resort is in a beautiful part of the Danish countryside, a quaint destination for your next family trip in Europe. The local airport, only five minutes away, connects families from dozens of regional destinations – from Alicante to Zurich.

Then, Vejle, the nearest major transit station, links families via train from places such as Copenhagen, only a couple hours away. From Vejle, Billund is accessible via taxi (about 30 minutes) or bus via line 43 (about 45 minutes). Of course, families can always drive, as parking across the resort is plentiful. Whether arriving by air, rail, or car – with this comprehensive guide at hand – families are guaranteed a seamless start as they embark on an unforgettable adventure at LEGOLAND® Billund Resort in Denmark! 

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Things to Do in LEGOLAND® Billund for Families

The entrance to a LEGO-themed attraction, with large traditional LEGO out front.

It should come as no surprise that a family visit to LEGOLAND® Billund Resort should, of course, include a visit to LEGOLAND for all the amazing attractions! There are several rides and activities across each of the many lands; including LEGO Movie World, NINJAGO World, LEGOREDO Town, Brick Street, Imagination Zone, Pirate Land, Miniland, Knights’ Kingdom, DUPLO Land, Adventure Land and Polar Land, with daily shows as well. Whether you want to play quietly with LEGO, zoom around the track of a fast roller coaster, or settle for something in between, LEGOLAND® has you covered!

A young boy interacts with a LEGO display within the LEGO House in Denmark.

No family visit to LEGOLAND® Billund Resort would be complete without a trip to LEGO House, Home of the Brickä! There are four experience zones providing different interactive and visually immersive experiences incorporating 25 million bricks. Want to program robots to plant flowers, design and shoot a stop-motion film, create your own personal minifigure, build and race a vehicle, or bring a creature to life on screen? It’s all possible during the ultimate indoor-outdoor interactive LEGO experience. When you’re done with the zones, head outside. Here, you’ll find the multi-level play spaces. Alternatively, head to the basement to brush up on some LEGO history at the official LEGO museum.

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A mom and her two young sons shoot down a water ride at LEGOLAND® Billund Resort.

Sad about leaving? You get to capture memories from your day in a couple of ways. Firstly, you can snap photos of your creations with the many photo kiosks around the zones. They are all captured through your ticket. Then, you also receive a custom 6-brick LEGO design to take home. Not to mention, a bag of LEGO to build the creation!

Reserve + Ride Pass

Our family was able to ride and do everything we wanted multiple times during a day and a half in the park, thanks to investing in the Reserve and Ride pass one of the days. Note: head to the Information desk immediately upon park entry, as a team member must activate it for you. This takes a few minutes. We were even able to time out the rides with little-to-no waiting in line to make the most of our visit.

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Where to Eat in LEGOLAND® Billund for Families

A family moves through a dining facility at LEGOLAND® Billund Resort.

For hungry families, there are conveniently located restaurants at each of the three LEGOLAND® lodging options, offering buffet breakfast and dinner (and a la carte lunch at Hotel LEGOLAND®), Panorama, and Pirates’ Inn.

The wide variety of foods caters to families coming from all over the world. This includes fresh crepe stations at breakfast and carving stations at dinner. As a bonus, the nearby play areas mean parents can relax and finish their meals peacefully. Meanwhile, children can spend more time with their favorite bricks or playscapes (and, if they’re lucky, the Nintendo Switch).

At LEGO House, BRICKACCINO offers a selection of grab-and-go (or sit) snacks, sandwiches, ice creams, and beverages before, during, or after your visit. Looking for a sit-down experience (reservations required)? Then, Mini Chef has you covered with a unique experience, served by robots! Order using LEGO and create a unique meal with a special LEGO surprise for the kids. And the food’s good, too! Hungry but in the middle of the action? A snack stand among the experience zones has families covered!

Within LEGOLAND®, there are many eateries dotted throughout the park. The Family Buffet lets kids pick from pasta, chicken nuggets, LEGO-shaped fries, and more, while parents have a full selection of hot and cold options. More specialized eateries offer burgers, pizza, steaks, salads, snacks, coffee, baked goods, and more – perfect for sitting and relaxing or eating on the go. 

Where to Stay in LEGOLAND® Billund with Kids

The entrance to Hotel Legoland in Denmark.

Three fantastic options immerse you in all things LEGO during a family visit to LEGOLAND® Billund Resort.

A young boy delights in exploring his knight-themed room at LEGO Castled Hotel in Denmark.

While the highly themed rooms and common areas – full of hands-on LEGO opportunities – are reason enough to love a family visit to LEGOLAND® Billund Resort, the outdoor space is also a destination. Several substantial playgrounds, along with smaller play spaces, dot the grounds on and around the lodging – giving plenty of opportunity for little ones to stretch their legs. The Holiday Village even has a petting zoo!

An outdoor playground at LEGO Castle Hotel.

A benefit when booking, families have the option to purchase one- or two-day tickets to LEGOLAND®, see if breakfast is included or an add-on, and select other amenities prior to the stay, such as early check-in, filling up the mini-bar, or pre-purchasing dinner. 

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Have a Bricktastic Stay!

A dad and his young boys stand outside Castle Hotel at LEGOLAND® Billund Resort.

We hope you enjoyed this overview of why a family visit to LEGOLAND® Billund Resort should be on your shortlist of vacation options! This all-in-one holiday destination provides a little bit of everything for all ages to enjoy, centered around the most famous brick in the world, LEGO. Come build an amazing trip filled with memories to last a lifetime!

Unless otherwise noted, all images within this article belong to and are courtesy of the writer, Megan Tucker.

*This post may contain affiliate links that may earn us a small commission, at no additional cost to you. Affiliate links in no way inform the hotels, sights, products, or other recommendations included in our articles. All opinions and recommendations expressed here are compiled from submissions submitted by the generous members of our Families Who Love To Travel community.


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Megan Tucker

Megan Tucker is a public relations professional, wife, mom and lover of all things travel and travel planning, based in Arlington, Virginia. While she grew up in New England, she's lived in the Washington, DC area, London and Abu Dhabi, and has traveled across the United States, the Caribbean, Western Europe, South America, Asia, Africa and Oceania with and without her husband and two sons.