After starting the year late thanks to the global pandemic, LEGOLAND Billund Resort is extending the 2020 season into November.
Coronavirus disrupted Denmark earlier than many other countries, leading to LEGOLAND Billund Resort not opening for 2020 as planned. To offer more guests the opportunity to visit the theme park though, the LEGO Group’s original attraction will remain open for two extra weekends until November 15.
“After a different and shortened season in every way, it is great that we can extend our season a little the other way, so that guests have more opportunities to visit us this year. We have been monitoring the situation, but we are sure that guests do not mind extra opening days,” says Christian Woller, Director of LEGOLAND.
The team is already looking ahead to the 2021 season, which will see the delayed opening of The LEGO Movie World.
“It is no secret that it has been a challenging year for us with all the things that COVID-19 has now brought with it. However, we choose to look positively with next year, where we are really looking forward to opening our biggest news to date in The LEGO Movie World. Hopefully 2021 will also be a year where more tourists have the opportunity to visit us, so even more can see the fantastic new area we open in the park,” adds Christian.
Four new attractions will be part of The LEGO Movie World – Emmet’s Flying Adventure – Masters of Flight, Apocalypseburg Sky Battle, Unikitty’s Disco Drop and Benny’s Playship.