Legoland is no longer the ultimate destination for Lego fans. The company just trumped their own amusement parks by announcing the Lego House, a gigantic museum, play center, shop and experience that should bring Lego fans by the brick-load into the tiny town of Billund, Denmark, where the Lego HQ is located.
No doubt you were impressed by the two story Lego house built by Top Gear's James May and 1000 volunteers. Unfortunately, the pictures may be all that's left unless they can find a buyer in the next 24 hours.
James May's Lego house is looking great. You saw the interior already, but from the outside—sitting on the lustful landscape of the Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking, Surrey—it just looks absolutely bricktastic.