Next we moved on to Western Denmark and started our 3 day stay with Legoland Billund! This is the original park and my second Legoland after the new one in Florida. This place (like most parks in the region) is in the middle of nowhere but still gets huge crowds! And I can see why...the park was really nice and had a lot of cool rides.
On to the photos! I think this only marks 1/3 of the trip
Welcome to Legoland!
The Lego figures start outside the park entrance. Yes we are in Denmark!
Our day started off with ERT on Polar X-Plorer!
Thank goodness we don't have to wait in that.
The first train of riders takes off!
And here we go!
Love the mid ride drop scene!!!
First drop fun. This is going to be a kid's ride right?
Nope! This coaster had airtime and some fun G's!
Airtime curve through the rocks!
The ride has a peaceful ending with some Lego animals.
You can see most of the attraction from up here.
Helix fun! It was actually forceful :)
The brake run is next to a penguin exhibit! Take that Antarctica
Next up, the park took us to Ghost to be first in line for this new attraction.
The queue is a huge walk thru area with some cool scenes!
The mirror maze was super long and confusing!!! best one I have done
The actual ride was pretty short, but a cute little ride/drop
Typical Lego mouse. Be prepared for a squeeze larger riders!
In typical TPR trip fashion, we were handed express passes
Includes your typical awesome theming and show scenes
The ride is pretty well hidden, but fun for what it is.
How about a boat ride?
The loading dock.
Bigger than Disneyland's castle?
Remind anyone else of Pirates?
Just a shirtless guy taking a shower.
Time for lunch!
Love the lego fries!!!
Another wonderful buffet in Scandi ;)
They do have an observation tower but we passed
The Legoland hotel is right on site, if you feel like selling your limbs for a stay
Driving school is such a neat idea.
But Sealife is included in admission!
They have legos and fish. Winning!
Luckily we did not get crabs.
Another park, another open fire.
The log flume looked rather wet...
They had another unique water ride in the form of a rapids ride with vertical lift and drop. I opted to remain dry
Should I go for the 10 scoop ice cream???
Back over at Polar X-Plorer, still looking good.
It was time to create a robo coaster ride!
Insane flipping in nonsensical directions happens here
One last look at the loading area. There was 2, so 8 arms total. Line moved pretty quick!
We did use our pass for another ride on Polar X-Plorer. Awesome coaster and I hope to see more!!!
It was time for the TPR Fire Academy showdown!
The competitors take their marks...
and they are off!
PUMP PUMP PUMP!
...and the LOSERS
This is Thad. He sucks and so does his trip report.
The next round takes their place
Run through the gates!
Who can pump the hardest?
Apparently these guys
The rest of our visit was spent with a nice stroll around MiniLand. DONG
Not sure which countries these are...
...but they sure look nice.
Airplane nerds rejoice...
Yup, this is pretty much what Europe looks like.
The working water lock elevator thingy actually worked and was super cool.
And I'll leave you with one last shot. Thanks for looking! Next up, Djurs Sommerland for some Intamin goodness!
Legoland Denmark looks awesome. I visited Legoland Florida this summer for the first time and honestly didn't really like the park all that much. I know it's a "kids" park but I really felt that Florida could use a few attractions like Polar Explorer or the haunted house ride. Denmark looks like it really has a great mix of "family" ride where as Florida to me, with the exception of the wild mouse, has more or less all "kids" rides. Great report though.
^ That's how I felt about Legoland California as well. Knight's Tournament looked really cool, but other than that, most of the rides seemed geared for the younger crowd. Ultimately that is why I decided to visit SeaWorld instead.
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