The Danish authorities have given LEGOLAND Billund Resort the greenlight to reopen on June 8.
After a period of closure due to measures to help restrict the spread of coronavirus, LEGOLAND Billund Resort is set to reopen on June 8.
The attraction’s website declares: “The authorities have given the green light to open LEGOLAND, which is why we are absolutely delighted to announce that LEGOLAND will open on June 8. Our first day of opening is reserved for Season Pass holders and hotel guests exclusively and will have special opening hours.”
Bookings will open on May 26, with only advance tickets available initially – there will be no option to buy a ticket on the day. Season pass holders must also register their attendance in advance. Only hotel guests are guaranteed access to the theme park, as a restricted capacity is in place and when it is reached, guests will not be permitted to enter. Not all rides, shops and restaurants will be open initially.
Guests will have to maintain a distance from each other and follow guidelines, with distance markers in place to assist with that. LEGOLAND has published a full FAQ for guests to familiarise themselves with.