Earlier this fall, the LEGO House opened its doors to the public. The giant center is located in the company’s hometown of Billund, Denmark, and its combination of shops, eateries, and interactive exhibits has made it a paradise for any LEGO lover. Now, one lucky family is getting the chance to take their LEGO experience even further. The company partnered with Airbnb to construct a real life LEGO house that will accommodate up to four people for one special night from November 24 to November 25, 2017.
The colorful LEGO House promises to be an amazing experience. “Your journey will start,” LEGO writes, “when Jamie, one of the finest master builders in the world, welcomes you into the LEGO House and sparks your imagination with top-secret LEGO tips and tricks.” You’ll get to encounter the center like no one else, at first standing at the “foot of the Tree of Creativity” and later directing your own LEGO movie. This all leads to the final destination—a bedroom that’s floating in a “pool of bricks” underneath a nearly 20-foot-tall LEGO waterfall.
The resting quarters has nearly everything made out of LEGO bricks. From the armchairs to the TV to even the cat, it’s all an incredible display of ingenuity and creativity. You’ll get the chance to add to the room, too. While there, you can build anything you want using the 25 million bricks available.
If this all sounds like fun, you can now enter to win a night in this special place. To do so, simply answer this question: “If you and your family had an infinite supply of LEGO bricks, what would you build?” Submit your response between November 1 and November 16, 2017 via Airbnb.
You can stay in a real life LEGO House and sleep among 25 million bricks.
It’s part of the bigger LEGO House that opened earlier this year in Billund, Denmark.
The company partnered with Airbnb to offer this special accommodation.
One lucky family will get to stay there between November 24 and November 25, 2017.
One of the house rules includes “no diving in the LEGO pool.”
All images via Airbnb.
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