Denmark announced its roadmap for rolling back restrictions at the end of March, with a view to opening large shopping centres, restaurants and cafés with outdoor dining facilities from April 21. Society is expected to largely return to normality by the end of May – but you won’t have to wait that long to visit the LEGO House.
That’s because the indoor attraction has announced that it will allow guests from April 23, with tickets on sale right now. There will be strict safety regulations in place, however: for instance, all visitors (including annual pass holders) are currently being advised to purchase tickets ahead of time due to limited capacity.
As well as observing all the standard procedures we’re doubtless very familiar with by now – social distancing, hand hygiene, and face masks – you must also show a valid ‘COVID-19 passport’ upon entrance, providing proof of either a recent negative coronavirus result or a completed vaccination course. Checking these passes may result in outdoor queues at the entrance to the LEGO House, so bring a coat.
The LEGO House team hasn’t been resting on its laurels for its 133 days of forced closure, with a new bee-themed mission available to experience in the Robo Lab when doors open again on April 23. Head over to the LEGO House website to find out more about the attraction’s COVID-19 initiatives and book your tickets.