We want you to have great experience at LEGOLAND®, and we offer plenty of opportunities, also for guests with special needs
We offer free parking for wheelchair users and guests with walking disabilities. The handicap parking spaces are right across from the entrance to LEGOLAND®. Once you have parked, please contact the Information Centre showing photos of both sides of your blue disabled parking permit (validity period and your personal information) to be issued a free parking ticket, which you will need when leaving the parking area again.
Note! The number of spaces is limited, so we recommend that you arrive early in the day.
Helpers free admission
Our disabled guests pay admission on equal terms with other guests, but if you require a helper, a maximum of one helper is allowed free access to the park. The helper must be a responsible person, and the employee at the admission assesses, whether a person is responsible. You must show either a Danish State Railways (DSB) companion card or a similar card from the Danish Association for the Disabled (DHF). Foreign guests must show a foreign, officially issued disabled companion card at the ticket office to the left of the main entrance.
Loan of wheelchairs
You can borrow a wheelchair by contacting one of our inspectors at the park entrance. You may also book a wheelchair up to one month prior to your visit. Please contact our Information Centre on LEGOLAND.informationen@LEGOLAND.dk and state your name, phone number, and date and time of arrival at LEGOLAND.
Note! We have a limited number of wheelchairs.
Wheelchairs can go anywhere in the park, as all roads and paths are paved. Disabled and ’Show consideration’ access to rides goes through the exit, or, where relevant, through the Q-bot entrance. Please contact the employee at the ride for access.
There are several toilets for the disabled located throughout the park. See the locations in our park guide and on the overview maps in the park.
To be considerate system in LEGOLAND
If you have a hidden disability such as anxiety, autism or ADHD, we offer a ’Show consideration’ wristband. This allows you faster access to the ride and means less time queuing.
If you are eligible for a ’Show consideration’ wristband, we ask you and your responsible helper to contact our Information Centre inside the LEGOLAND park to sign a form and be issued with a ’Show consideration’ wristband. Show this at the ride for quicker access. You may also download, complete and sign this form online. See companion overview.
Disabled persons and ’Show consideration’ wristband bearers must always be accompanied by a helper on rides. We require the helper to be a responsible person, and the helper must be 18 years. You can bring a maximum of four people on rides - on the Flying Eagle, however, max 1 person - and at least one person must wear a helper's wristband.
Disabled persons and bearers of the ’Show consideration’ wristband will be able to go on many rides, but some attractions will be unavailable to you for safety reasons.
We almost always offer disabled persons and ’Show consideration’ wristband bearers an extra ride, but on very busy days we are obliged to limit this. If you want additional rides, you are welcome to come back after one hour.
All restrictions for rides must be respected by all guests. The restrictions are listed here or in this guide under the individual ride, along with the access conditions for disabled persons at the different rides.
Please note that the LEGO® Studios, THE TEMPLE, Ghost – The Haunted House, LEGO® NINJAGO® The Ride and Lloyds Lazer Maze attractions feature strobe lights.
In the section Frequently asked questions you will find answers to frequently asked questions about LEGOLAND and our three accommodation options.