Our new LEGO competition is up and running and you can now enter to win a trip for four to the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre in Toronto.The CompetitionAll you have to do is send us a photo of your best LEGO creation of your original design. Send the photo to the embassy’s email address at firstname.lastname@example.org or to twitter at @DenmarkinCanadaOn October 19th we will select the two winners who will each receive 4 tickets to LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto. The winners will subsequently be announced on Monday the 21st.Please note the competition is limited to people living in Canada or the United States.
LEGOLAND Discovery Centre TorontoThe LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is the new indoor family attraction centre located in Vaughan Mills, Toronto. The Discovery Centre offers rides, 4D cinema, master builder workshops and its very own unique mini-land of iconic Toronto attractions. To read more about the centre you can visit their website here.You can also watch a short movie about the centre here.
Disclaimer: Adults must be accompanied by a child to visit the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre.The LEGOLAND Discovery Centre is a world of entertainment, colour and creativity for families with children aged 3-10. A typical visit takes approx. 2-3 hours, but you are welcome to stay as long as you like.The Danish History of LEGOCreated by the Danish wooden toy maker Ole Kirk Hansen in 1949, the iconic interlocking bricks have become an integral part of Danish history and culture. And it is hard to find a Dane who hasn’t played with LEGOs or been to the famous LEGOLAND in the city of Billund, Denmark. Building on the popularity of LEGO in Denmark, the LEGO has become a global phenomenon seen in family homes all over the world. Read more about LEGO on their official website here.