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LEGO® meets Ischgl

Good news for fans of LEGO: This winter season, Ischgl turns into one big stage for exciting LEGO creations. Whether it’s the world’s biggest LEGO fan exhibition, the LEGO Explorer’s Pass or the “Formen in Weiß” (“Shapes in White”) snow sculpture competition: This year, the winter sports paradise is all about the world-renowned LEGO bricks.

LEGO in den Osterferien

Entdecke die magische Welt von LEGO® in Ischgl während der Osterferien vom 23. März bis zum 2. April 2024! Familien und LEGO-Fans erwartet ein abwechslungsreiches Programm voller Spaß und Kreativität im Bergrestaurant Pardorama und in der Silvretta Therme Ischgl. Der LEGO Walkingact zieht Besucher aller Altersgruppen in seinen Bann, während die Make and Take Egg Build Challenge zum kreativen Gestalten eigener LEGO-Ostereier einlädt. Nicht nur Kinder, sondern auch Erwachsene können sich an den speziell eingerichteten LEGO Bautischen kreativ ausleben.

Die LEGO Ostereiersuche verspricht spannende Abenteuer für die jüngsten Besucher, die auf die Suche nach versteckten LEGO Ostereinestern gehen, um Überraschungen zu entdecken. Zusätzlich bietet die Möglichkeit an einem exklusiven Fotopoint im Pardorama Erinnerungen an dieses besondere Erlebnis festzuhalten.

Explore Ischgl with the LEGO Explorer’s Pass

True to the two mottos “LEGO City: Your City – No Limits” and “Ischgl: Your Holiday – No Limits”, you can now get your LEGO Explorer’s Pass at all ticket offices in Ischgl as well as at the local Tourist Office. Once you have your Explorer’s Pass, it’s time to do just that – explore the mountain world of Ischgl.

At the cable car stations of Silvretta Arena as well as at Silvretta Therme, you can see elaborate, professional, larger-than-life LEGO creations. For instance, there’s Elsa from “Frozen”, Santa Claus, a snowman, a LEGO family and a LEGO version of the Ischgl logo. At the end of the circular tour, you can win great prizes.

Save the date: During Easter, on the weekends between 16 March and 7 April 2024, other great LEGO highlights await guests of all ages at the ski resort.

Record-breaking: the world’s highest-located LEGO fan exhibition in Ischgl

Die höchstgelegene LEGO Fan-Ausstellung der Welt in Ischgl

Between 3 and 25 February 2024, you should definitely come to Ischgl to visit the world’s highest-located LEGO fan exhibition at Pardorama mountain restaurant located at 2,624 metres above sea level at Pardatschgrat. Expect fantastic worlds, fascinating “My Own Creations” (in short, MOCs), impressive replicas of world-famous buildings and numerous other great LEGO creations.

You don’t want to miss this great spectacle? Plan your mountain visit right away, dive right into the world of LEGO and build your own creations – you can even win great prizes!

Snow art made with LEGO bricks: 30 years of Formen in Weiss

Schneekunst aus LEGO: 30 Jahre Formen in Weiss

From 8 to 13 January 2024, the 30th edition of the Formen in Weiss (“Shapes in White”) snow sculpture competition takes place in Ischgl. This year, the snow sculptures will be based on LEGO creations. Before the actual competition, the artists will submit their best designs, and the Ischgl jury and LEGO judges will select their ten favourites.

The chosen artists get to build their creations at designated locations across the ski resort. The most accurate representations will be awarded on 13 January 2024. A map with descriptions and locations for all eleven figures is available free of charge on site.