LEGO House In Denmark

Nov 2, 2017

Category: Living

You can’t have played with LEGOs as a kid and not at least momentarily dreamt about building your own house out of those little plastic bricks. Now, thanks to a partnership with Airbnb, one lucky family will get a chance to live that dream if only for a day.

All you have to do in order to enter is describe something you’d like to build out of LEGOs on the Airbnb site. Once selected, winners will get an opportunity to stay in the newly opened LEGO house in Billund, Denmark made from over 25 million bricks. In addition to lodging in the one-of-a-kind home, LEGO will help guests build whatever they want by providing unlimited bricks and the expertise of Jamie Berard, a Master Builder. At the end of the day, families will bed down on a large mattress set in a pool of bricks under a waterfall. Just try not to step any any of them.

Enter: Airbnb

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