Billund is unique. The town, its citizens and the LEGO company have created modern Billund together. If you follow the Company Town Route, you will gain an insight into the cultural history of the town and its development from a tiny heathland village into a high-tech knowledge city.
There are nine information stands on the Company Town Route. The route passes several landmarks which reflect the development of the town. When you follow the children's footsteps and the brightly coloured stones marking the route, you visit many sights, including Billund Heating Plant which has delivered water to both town and company, and Løvehuset (the Lion's House), built by Ole Kirk Kristiansen, the LEGO founder, in 1924.
The route also runs through Billund's beautiful Sculpture Park. En route you will find several fun play activities for children of all ages.
The colorful, glazed stones along the route were created by the children of Billund in partnership with Billund Kulturskole (Billund Culture School). - a project in line with the town's vision to become Capital of Children.