A fascinating world of fun and adventures for the whole family

The world in miniature
Visit the USA, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Children become film directors as the cameras turn in the cinema city of Los Angeles, while actors prepare in the impressive wing built of 750,000 LEGO bricks.


Star Wars™ has landed at LEGOLAND®
Attention all galactic adventurers! Hundreds of clone troopers and battle droids have invaded the 420 square-metre interactive LEGO® Star Wars™ Miniland model display area. Activate your lightsabers and get ready for the coolest scenes from all six films in the Star Wars™ saga, plus the animated Star Wars™: The Clone Wars™ animated series. Explore a galaxy of spectacular LEGO models of distant planets and space stations, and get ready to meet all the famous heroes, villains and incredible star ships – all built from more than 1½ million LEGO bricks. May the Force be with you!

Ships, cranes and cars
In Miniland, ships sail along the small canals, cranes operate, cars drive and airplanes taxi on the runways of Miniland’s own airport, as you watch from your chosen vantage point.

Lots of activities  – from SEAT Traffic School to LEGOTOP®
Read more about the many exciting activities in Miniland, the world of fun and adventures for the whole family.


Food and beverages
• Fast Food
• Italian Pizza & Pasta
• Two restaurants at Hotel LEGOLAND
• Family Buffet
• I’sCream

• Everything in LEGO products: Brick Shop and LEGO Shop
• Everything in clothing and accessories: Kids Wear and LEGOLAND Collection


  • Did you know that the smallest LEGO figure in LEGOLAND is built of just four small LEGO bricks? It’s the dove in Miniland. See if you can find it!

  • In comparison, it took 1.4 million LEGO bricks to build the biggest figure: Sitting Bull.

  • Did you know that, altogether, the small trains, cars and airplanes in Miniland drive more than 117,000 km per year? This is more than three times around the Earth at the equator.

  • Did you know that, altogether, the 32 small ships in Miniland sail more than 12,000 nautical miles per year? This is the same as the distance by sea from Copenhagen to Australia.

Experience the diversity in LEGOLAND

  • Miniland

    Miniland is the heart of LEGOLAND®. Here, you can see the world in miniature and enjoy famous buildings, capital cities, villages and exciting areas, built of 20 million LEGO® bricks.

    Read more about the Miniland area.


    LEGOREDO® Town is the Wild West area in calm and peaceful LEGOLAND®. Here, the smell of gun smoke blends with the delicious aroma of spare ribs from the Saloon and campfire bread as only Chief Longears can bake it. Read more about LEGOREDO Town.

  • Imagination Zone

    Imagination Zone is the place where you can set your imagination free and experience the world in new ways – in Scandinavia’s biggest 4D cinema, or from the bottom of the sea. Read more about the Imagination Zone

  • Adventure Land

    If you like action and excitement, put on your tropical helmet and make your way to Adventure Land, where big kids ride one of the coolest roller coasters in LEGOLAND. And go on the wildest treasure hunt in THE TEMPLE. Read more about Adventure Land.


    KNIGHTS’ KINGDOMTM welcomes all knights and princesses to a command performance at the King’s Castle, where The Dragon roars in the dungeon! Read more about KNIGHTS' KINGDOM

  • DUPLO Land

    DUPLO® Land is a colourful play paradise filled with fun and activities for little kids. Here, tiny tots can roam safely at will, as they play, explore and discover. Read more about DUPLO Land

  • Pirate Land

    Grab your pirate gear and take a voyage to Pirate Land where there are pirates, sea monsters and wild, wet water battles for daring pirates of all ages! Aaarrrgh! Read more about Pirate Land.

  • Polar Land

    Bring the whole family on a wild adventure in our gigantic Polar Land. Get ready to enjoy the biggest attraction LEGOLAND has ever built: the cool Polar X-plorer rollercoaster. This ride has a unique 5-metre drop that will turn your blood to ice. Learn more about Polar Land.