A walk through Sculpturepark Billund take about 30 minutes. The walkingarea is wide and firm, good for both walking, jogging, biking and wheelchaires, all year around.
Bring lunch or coffee, there are benches in the park. Some of the sculptures invites to children to play on them, such as 'Tre legeskulpturer' and 'Stjernedyret' - close by Hotel Legoland.
Another sculpture - the colorful mosaic pyramid - is crafted with the help from 70 children at Billund School, together with an artist.
There are already 13 permanent sculptures in the park:
Welcome to my World by Pontus Kjerrman
Havekonen (The Garden-wife) by Lotte Olsen
Horisont by Thorkild Hoffmann
Arken (The arc) by Lis Andersen
Pentagonia by Gunhild Rudjord and Esben Lyngsaa Madsen
3 legeskulpturer (3 playing sculptures) by Poul Bækhøj
Divan (The Diva) by Claus Fisker
Stjernedyret (The star-animal) by Harvey Martin
Et møde (A Meeting) by Hans August Andersen
Stående figur (Standing figurine) by Keld Moseholm Jørgensen
Indgang (Entrance) by Niels Peter Bruun
Granit på søjler by Jens Chr. Jensen
The pyramid sculpture Drømme, Leve, Lege (Dreaming, Living, Playing) by Thomas Kruse and 70 children from Billund School.
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