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Background Information

Here you will find detailed background information about the LEGOLAND® Park and Holiday Village, our concept, attractions and partners.


LEGOLAND Deutschland Resort Park Concept:
Awesome Adventures Day and Night

“Awesomeness awaits!”- Everything revolves around this motto in the ten themed worlds at LEGOLAND Deutschland amusement park and its holiday village. The park in the Bavarian town of Günzburg offers 63 attractions and thousands of models made of more than 57 million LEGO bricks. In the world of LEGO, families with children between the ages of two and twelve will make wonderful memories – and they can also stay overnight to make the experience last longer. The resort is a paradise for young treasure hunters, pirates, explorers, knights, and brave roller-coaster riders. MINILAND is the beating heart of the park. It recreates cities and landscapes as well as famous Star Wars scenes made with LEGO bricks, with loving attention to detail. Visitors can learn all about the LEGOLAND building materials at the LEGO factory.

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MINILAND: Discover the World playfully in LEGO Format

Neuschwanstein Castle, the Reichstag in Berlin and the the Burj Khalifa have one thing in common: they are all located right next to each other in MINILAND – the centrepiece of LEGOLAND Deutschland Resort. Famous German, European and even intergalactical constructions are the heart of the ten adventure worlds at the Park in Günzburg, and the LEGO Star Wars MINILAND Model Display even offers guests glimpses of far-off worlds and galaxies. More than 25 million ordinary LEGO bricks were assembled by model designers to construct this part of the park.

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Dream Job: LEGO Model Designer 

There’s nothing more mesmerising for visitors of LEGOLAND Deutschland than the numerous LEGO models on display at every nook and cranny of the resort. Knights, pirates, dragons, animals, buildings, vehicles of all kinds. Over 60 million LEGO bricks have been used throughout the LEGOLAND Resort. What only few people know: a great deal of models have been assembled by LEGO model designers right next to the Günzburger Park.

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The LEGOLAND Holiday Village: Your unique Stay at the Heart of the LEGO World

Exploring all ten LEGOLAND Resort theme worlds takes time. Since its opening in 2002, LEGOLAND Deutschland has developed from a popular family leisure park into a massively unique short-trip destination. The Holiday Village opened in 2008 right next to the park. Year after year, the resort has been recognised by various travel platforms as one of the most popular family hotels in Germany. The park has been attracting visitors ever since, boasting with 144 themed rooms, a campsite, a magnificent castle complex and the unique Pirate Island Hotel, designed with a total of 1,500 LEGO models. LEGOLAND Holiday Village has the capacity to welcome a total of 2,644 guests per night. For a memorable stay with an all-round feel-good guarantee, even after the park closes its doors, Holiday Village guests can enjoy spending time at the bowling centre, or high ropes course, numerous adventure playgrounds, and the pirate golf course.

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LEGOLAND and Merlin Entertainments

On 7 June 1968, Godtfred Kirk Christiansen, son of LEGO founder Ole Kirk Christiansen, opened the first LEGOLAND park at the headquarters of the LEGO Group in Billund, Denmark. The idea of building a family play paradise of colourful LEGO bricks turned out to be a huge success. And so, from the 90s, the company began to promote the concept in other countries too. It all worked out well: the eight LEGOLAND parks are now among the most important amusement parks in the world. The LEGOLAND concept celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2018, and is still widely popular.

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The explorers country around LEGOLAND® Deutschland Resort

LEGOLAND® Deutschland Resort is THE family attraction in Bavarian Swabia – centrally located between Munich and Stuttgart as well as Augsburg and Ulm. Yet, not only the theme park and the associated holiday village are a centre of attraction. The region surrounding LEGOLAND has much more to offer and carries more than enough potential for an unforgettable and eventful short break with the whole family.