LEGO House Set To Reopen June 22nd

LEGO® House will re-open its doors on June 22nd. The Billund attraction has been closed for a number of weeks due to COVID-19 but as much of Denmark reopens, the home of the brick will be welcoming visitors again. There will be a few changes to how things work at the attraction, with increased cleaning and limited access to certain areas. But at least you can plan a visit again. Please make sure you check local travel information before booking any trips and if you were planning on grabbing any of the LEGO House exclusives online, you may want to do so soon as I would assume once LEGO House re-opens, they may no longer be available from LEGO.com.

LEGO House re-opens on June 22

We are so pleased to announce that LEGO® House is now opening again. From 22 June 2020, LEGO House will once again be buzzing with life and cheerful guests!

However, it is important to stress that the opening-up of LEGO House will be gradual and controlled and with a very limited number of guests every day to be able to keep the physical distance needed according to the health authorities.

To visit LEGO House all guests must book a ticket in advance at www.LEGOHouse.com – this also applies to annual pass holders.

New initiatives

LEGO House has made some important choices in terms of hygiene so that guests can have a safe experience in LEGO House:

  1. We know that hand hygiene is the most important factor in terms of mitigating the spread of infection. Therefore, we are doing all that we can to ensure the best possible conditions for optimum hand hygiene in LEGO® House with many hand sanitiser dispensers available in all the zones. Moreover, we are encouraging all guests to take care of themselves and to ensure they maintain good hand hygiene.
  2. General cleaning at LEGO House has been greatly intensified to ensure that all surfaces which are frequently touched by many different people are thoroughly cleaned – for example, handles, toilets, handrails, check-in stations, debit/credit card terminals etc. We have a permanent cleaning team, looking after the building both during and outside opening hours. In addition, we have introduced clear hygiene procedures for all LEGO House employees.
  3. We use a disinfectant product which is approved by Statens Serum Institut. All bacteria are killed within 2 minutes. All surfaces are sprayed with the disinfectant product to reduce the risk of infection.
  4. We introduce 72-hour LEGO bricks quarantine. All the brick containers are emptied and cleaned every day before being refilled with bricks which have been in 72-hour quarantine.

Due to COVID-19, no loose bricks are sold in the store – which is why “Pick-a-Brick” and “Build a Minifigure” is temporarily unavailable.

We are well aware that many LEGO fans do not have the possibility to travel to Billund despite that LEGO House is now open. Therefore we’ll continue with our LEGO House @ Home streaming activities to both AFOLs and families.

For more information please go to: https://legohouse.com/en-gb/info/lets-play-again/

Author: Adam White

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