On 570 m², not only Sets like Star Wars and Pirate Ships that he has collected for decades, but also entire landscapes and creations of other Fans around the famous brick from Denmark can be admired. The LEbrickGO Museum is equally exciting for little and grown up fans. On weekends there are regular public tours, and the museum also shows the history of the Danish toy manufacturer. "Fun is the focus," says Velhagen. Out of fun, he counted the LEGO bricks at the start of the Museum; there were 554 230 bricks, but the number is constantly increasing. Of course you can also buy LEGO in the museum shop.