Father and son complete LEGOLAND world tour in 13 days

A father and son have travelled to every single LEGOLAND theme park in just 13 days in an incredible world tour.

Dieter and Julian Deussen have been on the ultimate LEGO vacation – travelling to all eight LEGOLAND destinations in just 13 days. The father wanted his five year old son to have a memorable trip before he started school, ABC News San Diego reports.

The German duo began the journey in the UK at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort on June 27, before heading to Denmark to visit LEGOLAND Billund on June 28. Their next stop was LEGOLAND Deutschland on June 30 before they flew to LEGOLAND Dubai, checking out the park on July 1. The next stop was LEGOLAND Malaysia on July 3, before LEGOLAND Japan on July 5. The USA was the final country on the tour, with Dieter and Julian visiting the LEGOLAND California Resort on July 7, then wrapping up with the LEGOLAND Florida Resort on July 8 and 9.

For an extra special touch to end the trip, the LEGOLAND California Resort is set to surprise the travellers with a gift of tickets to LEGOLAND New York Resort when it opens in 2020.

It was recently announced that the LEGO Group’s foudning family is buying back the LEGOLAND parks along with the parent company, Merlin Entertainments.

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