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You could spend the night in this amazing LEGO house – find out how

It's every LEGO fans' dream come true

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Chloe Best
Lifestyle Features Editor
2 November 2017
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LEGO fans, listen up! A life-size and fully-equipped LEGO House has just opened, and the brand is offering one lucky person the chance to have the whole house to themselves for one night. Located in the home of the brand in Billund, Denmark, the house is kitsch, colourful and entirely constructed from LEGO – using some 25 million bricks!

It has been listed on Airbnb for one night only, and it is an opportunity any LEGO lover would relish. Upon arrival, guests will be greeted by Jamie, one of the brand's finest master builders, who will share top-secret tips and tricks. He will then join the winner for lunch served by two friendly robot waiters – but only once you've built your meal order out of bricks.

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The LEGO House is constructed from 25 million LEGO bricks

With the house entirely closed to the public, the guests will be guided on a private tour of the unique property, which features a Tree of Creativity, built from over six million bricks, along with a Masterpiece Gallery that has LEGO creations from fans worldwide on display. In addition, there are experience zones where you can engineer robotic cars or even direct your own LEGO movie!

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The tour will end at the bedroom, which is sure to be unlike any other hotel stay you've ever experienced. The room floats in a pool of bricks underneath a six metre LEGO waterfall, with everything from the bed to the armchairs and alarm clock constructed from LEGO bricks.

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The LEGO House is listed on Airbnb for one night only

But it's unlikely you'll be getting an early night; as well as wanting to capture photos of everything (seriously, this place is an Instagram dream), you'll also be able to build some additional furniture or creations of your own, as there is an endless supply of bricks on offer to bring your imagination to life.

 The competition is open to people of all ages from around the world on until 16 November, but if you miss out, you can still visit the unique attraction. The LEGO House is open to the public every day, and it is not far from the original Legoland theme park, so you could tie in a visit to both during a minibreak in Denmark.

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