The only limit to what you can create with LEGO bricks is your imagination. And that has been proven by Bjarke Ingels Group and COWI when they built this 12,000+ square meter LEGO house in Billund, Denmark.

If you’re looking at it from the outside, you won’t suspect it to be anything but a modern-looking building. But once you see what’s inside, not to mention what’s on the rooftop, you know this is more than just a contemporary infrastructure.

The LEGO House rooftop

Experiencing the LEGO House may be with or without a ticket, but, of course, the zones you can access are different.

The Tree of Creativity

With a ticket, you have access six LEGO Experience Zones—the Tree of Creativity, the Masterpiece Gallery that showcases LEGO creations from fans, and the color-coded play zones. Each color represents a person’s learning development—yellow for the emotions, red for creativity, blue for cognition, and green for socializing. You may also enjoy the LEGO shops, restaurants and playground.

The LEGO Store

Without a ticket, you may also access the Tree of Creativity, the LEGO shops, LEGO restaurants, and LEGO playground on the rooftop.

Both are amusing experiences, but if taking your family with you, it’s better to get tickets for full fun.