Ischgl is putting Lego centre stage this winter with a host of events focused on the famous Danish colourful, plastic small bricks.
First up has been creation of giant Lego sculptures in the Austrian resort’s annual “Shapes in White” snow sculpture competition.
In addition, until 25 February 2024, the village is staging the world’s highest-altitude Lego fan exhibition at their Pardorama mountain restaurant, 2,624 metres above sea level at Pardatschgrat. The exhibition includes impressive replicas of world-famous buildings and numerous other Lego creations. Visitors are welcome to make their own creations too.
In addition, true to the two mottos “Lego City: Your City – No Limits” and “Ischgl: Your Holiday – No Limits”, you can now get a Lego Explorer’s Pass at all Ischgl’s ticket offices as well as at the local Tourist Office.
Once you have your Explorer’s Pass you can go searching for Lego creations around the ski area.
These can be fouind within the resort’s cable car stations as well as in the Silvretta Therme spa,
Look out for a Lego Elsa from “Frozen”, Santa Claus, a snowman, a Lego family and a Lego version of the Ischgl logo among other things. There are then prizes to be won at the end of the circular tour.
Finally, Ischgl has more Lego events and attractions planned during the Easter holidays, on weekends between 16 March and 7 April 2024.