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There’s a handful of flights that go from Heathrow and maybe the other London airports around 7am or just after - and get you to Billund close to 10am. This works quite well for the Lego House as it doesn’t open until 10am anyway so you could book a 10:30am or 11am start time on your ticket. I’d recommend that you spend at least 3 hours inside the main ticketed part of the Lego House because there’s so much to explore - the archive/museum in the basement floor should take at least an hour on its own to look round properly.
Of course after lunch you’d have time to browse and purchase at the Lego House store mid-afternoon before you leave. By that point you might have a little time to look out and about around the Lego House but there are flights leaving after 6:30pm so you’d be needing to get back to the airport a bit before then. You could of course leave later but there’s not much you could do later in the day when you’re on a day trip.
Obviously flights and opening times differ a little throughout the year - but a few points I noticed on the ‘one day trip’ idea anyway. I enjoy adding an extra day to go around and ride the rides in Legoland but it’s not for everyone.
If you are just doing the House there's plenty of time. Yes, a trip to the airport shop is a good idea, it's in departures.
We are going again in August with BA from LHR but the flight times are no good for a daytrip and because it was such a long day last time we are stopping a few nights and exploring the wider area.
Is there a language barrier? I'm afraid my Danish is non-existent, although I'll make an effort to learn "Hello, Please, Thank you" etc.