Want to spend the night in a Lego house?

A Lego living room - and the  house cat.
A Lego living room - and the house cat. Photo: Airbnb

Here's some exciting news for Lego fans, young and old. Airbnb and Lego have joined forces to bring one lucky family a "bricktastic experience" - a night in the newly opened Lego house in Billund, Denmark. 

For this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, enter the competition by using your imagination and answering a simple question: "If you and your family had an infinite supply of Lego bricks, what would you build?" That's right, an infinite supply of Lego, which means the possibilities are truly endless. 

The winning experience sounds a little like stepping onto the set of The Lego Movie. Families will have the colourful house completely to themselves for a night of adventure and exploration. After a day of activities, including lunch served by two friendly robot waiters, you'll sleep in a Lego bedroom, under a 6-metre-tall "cascading" Lego waterfall. 

Everything in the room is made of Lego, including the resident cat. And, if there's anything missing, well, you can build it yourself. You'll even get BRICKfast in bed the next morning.

Rest your weary head on this bed made of bricks.

Rest your weary head on this bed made of bricks. Photo: Airbnb

Play is mandatory, parents are advised to wear Lego-proof slippers at all times and if 25 million bricks just won't cut it, there's a Lego moulding machine on-site, too. 

As part of the stay, host and Lego Master Builder, Jamie Berard, will also help families bring their winning creation to life. And he can't wait to see the ideas people dream up. "I am so intrigued to see what people will imagine", says Mr Berard, who is a Design Manager Specialist at the LEGO Group. "We have unlimited bricks here, and in some ways it can be a bit challenging but it also liberates you to imagine something that is truly meaningful and expressive."

Leg aka Lego House in Denmark. Photo by Kim Christensen. Lego House in Denmark. Photo: Kim Christensen

James McClure, Airbnb's General Manager for UK and Nordics says the prize is a "dream come true for any family with a passion for LEGO". "I doubt there will be much sleeping as there is so much to enjoy in this incredible space," he said.

To enter, simply describe the creation of your dreams by 5:59 pm AEDT on 17 November,  here. It doesn't matter where you live as winners will be flown to Denmark from anywhere in the world. Mini master builders have to be at least four years old and you'll need to be available to drop everything and head to Denmark for 24 November.

You can find more information and eligibility requirements here: