Legoland Billund, like all Legolands, provides hours of fun for the whole family, who can enjoy many of the park's rides together.
In typical fashion you have plenty of water rides, interactive attractions (Fire Academy, Traffic School), and Legoland's famous walkthrough "cities." This Legoland also has an accompanying Legoland Hotel, along with Europe's largest Lego store.
For those looking for a bigger thrill there are multiple RoboCoasters in a single facility where you can dictate how crazy a ride you desire.
Denmark's Legoland is another solid park in the chain, and what it lacks in thrills it more than makes up for in charm. You'll find some of the usual Lego attractions here, such as the Fire Academy, Technix wild-mouse coaster, and Miniland, along with a goofy "Pirates of the Caribbean" knockoff and a building full of robot-arm-type rides (with "rave" lighting and music). One thing I like about these parks is that while they all appear very similar "on paper," they each have unique personalities that make them worth visiting.
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