Legoland Practicalities

Legoland is no doubt the reason you’re in Billund. To maximise your time, consider buying your tickets online to avoid the queues (you can also buy tickets at most accommodation providers in the area). Note that adult tickets are for those aged 13 and over; infants under two years are free. Seniors over 65 pay the child's price. Two-day tickets are also available and work out cheaper than buying two single-day tickets. Car parks in the area charge 50kr.

Inside Legoland you’ll find a bank, ATMs, lockers, a baby room, pushchair rental and almost anything else you might need. Do we need to mention there’s a huge, busy Lego shop?

Closing times vary – from 6pm to 9pm. Also worth knowing (and not well publicised) is that the park opens its gates a half-hour before the rides open and no ticket is necessary to enter. Rides normally close one or two hours before the park itself (check the website), so with a bit of luck you could end up with 2½ hours to browse and check out Miniland for free.