The LEGO Museum in Prague explores the toy’s decades-long history and showcases the impact these building blocks continue to have on curious and creative minds of all ages.
Promoted as the largest public display of LEGO in the world, over one million bricks were used to create the 9,000 exhibits that await visitors to the museum. These include models of the London Bridge, Taj Mahal, a variety of pop-culture characters, and many other colourful builds. Visitors are encouraged to put their own creativity to work in the museum’s dedicated play area. The fun doesn’t have to end when you leave the exhibits, because there’s a store on-site with plenty of current-release LEGO sets.
The museum underscores the important role LEGO plays in the lives of children and adults, a relationship that began in 1949.
Plan your next vacation to include a visit to a play-related store, museum, or private collection.