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I have been touring the LEGOLAND Billund , its and even the discount here on the blog. I have a couple of more stories left on this topic, first of which is the actual LEGO Shop at the Billund, Denmark park. Billed the largest LEGO Shop in the world, this was the most impressive LEGO store I have visited since the offbeat Japanese . In fact, way more impressive.
The LEGO Shop is located next to the main entrance at LEGOLAND Billund and can only be accessed from the park, so you need a ticket (there is a much, much, much smaller store in the lobby of the nearby Hotel LEGOLAND, that doesn’t require a ticket). When you enter the shop, it is divided into two equally sized portions: to the left and to the right. Both have their own cashiers, but their content is not identical, so be sure to check both ends out. Roughly speaking, the left section is more mainstream, for younger audience and the right is more exclusives and pick a bricks. (The is separate and located elsewhere.)