News & Opinion | November 2, 2017 9:00 am

Ready to Spend the Night in a Home Made Entirely of Legos?

Walk around barefoot at your own risk

Hot damn, it’s finally arrived.

Your once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to “fall asleep surrounded by 25 million bricks.”

The Lego Group recently opened LEGO House, a 130,000-square-foot museum, store and event space in Billund, Denmark built entirely out of the plastic construction toys. To help promote it, they’ve teamed up with Airbnb to give away a free one-night stay in the life-sized toy mansion. All you have to do to enter? Write 100 words or so about what you’d build with your family if you had infinite LEGO bricks.

Lego House Airbnb Stay (2 images)

According to the listing, you can bring up to three guests along for the ride. The living quarters include two bedrooms and one bath, and all guests will be required to wear Lego-friendly slippers as they explore the myriad large-format builds that fill the space, which include a skateboard, teddy bear and 20-foot waterfall.

The whole deal’s hosted by “Jamie,” who seems like a nice enough guy, though according to his host icon, has yellow hooks for hands.

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