Airbnb Could Make Your Childhood Dream Come True With Trip to Lego House

interior bedroom of the LEGO House
Photo courtesy of LEGO

If you loved Legos as a kid, you’re going to flip out at this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Airbnb is hosting a contest for a free night’s stay at the newly opened Lego House in Billund, Denmark.

One lucky winner and up to three guests will get the chance to enjoy the attraction all to themselves Nov. 24, guided by Lego master builder Jamie Berard.

The experience includes a private tour and the chance to direct your own Lego movie, design Lego cities and engineer robotic cars. You’ll learn about the history of Legos and see creations built by fans from all over the globe.

House rules dictate that play is mandatory. And this one-day vacay is interactive, so you’ll be doing a bit of creating yourself. For example, two robot waiters serve lunch only after you place the order by building what you want to eat out of Legos.

If you can’t find the exact brick you need, there’s a Lego molding machine in the lobby. Don’t go diving into the Lego pool for one!

At the end of the night, you’ll build the creation of your wildest dreams out of an endless supply of bricks. In fact, winning this contest hinges upon coming up with the most creative and unique response to the question: “If you and your family had an infinite supply of Lego bricks, what would you build?”

How to Win this Dream Trip

Airbnb is accepting submissions for this contest until Nov. 16 at 11:59 p.m. PST.

You must answer the question above in 50 to 550 characters, plus there are a few additional entry rules:

  • You must be 18 or older.
  • You must sign in with an Airbnb account.
  • You must be willing and able to travel to Denmark and arrive at the Lego house on Nov. 24. That means you’ll need a valid passport and visa. (The prize winnings include travel costs to and from Denmark.)

Who knows, maybe you’ll end up as the lucky winner who gets to sleep in a bed surrounded by 25 million Legos!

Nicole Dow is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. Now she sees the value in having a passport to use on a whim.