Another LEGO House virtual tour will take place next week, offering the perfect opportunity to take in the attraction’s History Collection without leaving your own house.
As pockets of society begin to open up again following what’s hopefully been the worst of the pandemic, many of us are no doubt itching to get outside, see people (where safe to do so) and claw back a little bit of normality. But if you’re quite happy with your new totally indoor lifestyle, thank you very much, you might fancy taking a virtual trip around the LEGO House.
It’s the second live tour the interactive attraction’s team has put together for 2021, following an earlier tour on May 6. That hour-long walk through the House’s History Collection covered the earliest days of the company, from 1932 through 1946, discussing how founder Ole Kirk Kristiansen started what would eventually become the LEGO Group.
The latest event – which takes place on Tuesday, June 22 at two different times during the day, to cater for different regions – will offer a guided tour through the years 1947 to 1961 in the History Collection, including the introduction of the original LEGO brick in 1958. Head over to the LEGO House website to grab a ticket, which costs 50 DKK (or roughly £6 / $8 / €7).
There are three more tours planned for the rest of 2021, covering the history of the LEGO Group right through to the modern day. They’re currently scheduled to take place on August 30, October 11 and November 8. You can find out more about those specific tours via the LEGO House’s official website.