Billund, Denmark — Lego is having a sleepover at its newly-opened Lego House in Denmark.
The Danish toy company has teamed up with Airbnb to allow one family to stay the night at its new attraction — a 12 000 square-meter building filled with 25 million colourful plastic bricks.
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There's a parents' bedroom that features a Lego cat, slippers, a coffee pot, and a newspaper made from the bricks. In the children's bedroom there's a Lego teddy bear, story book, and a huge Lego brick waterfall.
Those who want to join Lego's private sleepover must enter a competition and describe what they would build if they had an infinite supply of Lego bricks.
The competition launches on Thursday, 2 November, and is set to run till mid-November. Click here for more information.
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Check out what the Lego House looks like:
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