Billund is no culinary leader, but it has several places for a good feed.
Those with kids in tow can satisfy their brood with pizza and ice cream at Ristorante il Bambino (Ellehammers Alle 3).
Halloween activities tend to take place during autumn half term in October.
October As Legoland's season draws to a close, see the dark night sky over King's Castle burst into light with an explosion of colour at the end-of-season fireworks extravaganza.
Certain hotels offer good restaurants under their roofs, including the Hotel Propellen (Nordmarksvej 3), which boasts Restaurant Ruth, Restaurant Ludwig and Restaurant Pejsestuen.For relaxation in the countryside, Brunbjerg Apartments (Almstokvej 20) fuse cosy farmhouse ambiance with modern comforts, just a short drive from Billund centre.Inside Legoland, fans of the little coloured bricks can pick up a vast range of Lego-related toys, clothing, gadgets and quirky souvenirs.First established in 1980, the festival is now held every year in the second week of August on a site bursting with natural beauty - think leafy emerald canopies and camping near lakes.October Things get pretty spooky come autumn in Legoland, when a host of creepy characters such as ghosts, witches, monsters and vampires emerge from the shadows.
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This small, perfectly kept town soon gives way to a beautiful hinterland noted for some of Europe's most startling prehistoric finds.From simple beds to something a bit more memorable, find clean, comfortable and unassumingly stylish accommodation in and around Billund.Visitors to the Legoland theme park unsurprisingly have plenty of kid-friendly dining options, such as the Knights' Table grill, the Polar Pizza & Pasta diner next to Penguin Bay, and Wild West flavours in the Saloon. Several good restaurants can be found inside hotels, such as the eateries at Hotel Propellen (Nordmarksvej 3): Restaurant Ruth, Restaurant Ludwig and Restaurant Pejsestuen. June Rock out to a first-class line-up of Danish and international musicians just over an hour's drive from Billund. Well in Billund they didn’t just stop at the house, they built an entire Lego town.
This small but busy Danish town caters for a regular stream of tourists coming to enjoy the delights of Legoland, with hugely popular events including Halloween at Legoland and end of season firework displays.This city has grown from being a quiet market town into a busy urban hub, with a pedestrianised shopping area that is great for a stroll and a browse.If you do go there, be sure to visit the city’s iconic windmill.Elsewhere, there are many more options for a meal out in Vejle.This event is billed as “Denmark’s most beautiful festival”, and can be found in Skanderborg just under an hour away from Billund.