Unfortunately, LEGO House will remain closed until further notice. These are the latest provisions issued by the Danish government.
The LEGO House team, which is based in the city of Billund, confirms that there is no official date about the reopening of this attraction. The new measures that have been taken by the government to limit the spread of Coronavirus do not yet allow the facility to be opened. In an official statement, LEGO House spokespeople hope to welcome the public again before summer, but that’s not a certainty.
To stay close to all LEGO House fans during this period, special content will be shared on social networks. For example, tricks and tips to build all together at home will be revealed and interviews with some AFOL can be followed. Those who currently have models on display in the Masterpiece Gallery will be chosen, the first contribution was that of Caz Mockett.
As previously announced, exclusive sets on sale at the LEGO House are now available on the official LEGO Shop. You can buy them comfortably from home (subject to availability): 21037 LEGO House, 4000026 Tree of Creativity and 40366 LEGO House Dinosaurs with some restrictions based on the country from where you buy.