Today sees LEGO Games attempting to break a Guinness World Record at the LEGO House in Billund, Denmark.
Eager LEGO fans close to the company’s home in Billund, Denmark, can head to the LEGO House and help build the largest ever brick diorama from today until June 23. The public can fill pre-built floors with unique LEGO creations, then see them added to the larger framework, to celebrate the new LEGO Tower mobile game. When the Guinness World Records official arrives on the final day, the record will be confirmed.
The LEGO Fan Media Days 2019 event gave a taste of the activity, which will see builders putting decorations on pre-built individual floors, which will then be stacked as they are in the LEGO Tower game.
Pre-registering for the mobile-game at the event will also let visitors unlock an exclusive commemorative element in the game to showcase that they were at the event. They will also be able to take home a sticker sheet and snap a photograph in the specially designated area.
The activity is free to attend and does not require a LEGO House ticket.