In the small village of Billund in Denmark in 1932 a family workshop was established. Its founder, Oleg Kirk, was not expecting to revolutionize the global toy market. Today's LEGO® bricks have inspired the creativity and ingenuity of people around the world. They inspire younger and older, they are even present in art. They connect generations, play and teach, no matter where you are, what you do and what language you speak. We have been inspired by LEGO® bricks to create the HistoryLand - an interactive center of discovering the history of Poles and Poland. We present here the most important events and buildings of the history of our country in the form of unusual models, built on a scale of 1:50 (and in the case of Gniezno’s Gate even 1:1!). It's because of the potential that lies in LEGO® bricks, we decided that they would be the main building material for the HistoryLand.
LEGO® is a trademark of a LEGO® Group company. The HistoryLand is not sponsored, authorized or supported by the LEGO® Group.