It’s time to go inside the LEGO vault in Denmark. Here, you can see 7,500 sealed sets going back decades.
Many fans may know that LEGO comes from Denmark, the place where they were created. The production of the product may happen around the world to suit the needs of a growing audience, but there is one thing in Denmark that is truly magnificent.
Somewhere in Denmark, there’s a LEGO vault. In this vault, the company stores over 7,500 sealed sets that go back decades. If you’ve ever hoped to find a set that is out of production, then you may be able to find it here.
The vault in Denmark is closed to the public because of the value of what is in the vault, but LEGO opened up so people could see what was inside in a video that they shared on their Instagram page. The vault is currently located in Billund near Ribe, where the company is located. It’s also close to LEGOLAND Denmark.
LEGO often gets questions about bringing back old sets, but the company has revealed that they want to look forward to the future. The company has no desire to bring back box sets that appeal to the older generation and not the younger one.
Of course, if you are looking for older sets for a Christmas idea, then your best bet may be Amazon or eBay for that special someone. The vault may hold all of your favorites from the past, but they are not available to the public.
What do you think about the vault? What product would you look for if you were to go back into the vault and back in time to find something special?