The Germany park celebrated International Day of Persons with Disabilities with a special purple light glow.

Since 1993, 3 December is International Day of Persons with Disabilities. 

And Legoland Germany took the opportunity to acknowledge this day by illuminating purple lighting in the park. A sign that the family leisure park in Günzburg, Bavaria, is committed to inclusion. 

Legoland Germany added that “Fun and good memories for the whole family, without excluding anyone, is the number one priority here. 

“Legoland Germany is not only dealing with this important topic on 3 December but with Merlin’s Magic Wand, the in-house charity of the Merlin Entertainments Group, the resort supports institutions, associations and affected families throughout the season.”

Last year, the park supported those affected with around 3,700 free day tickets and 40 overnight stays in the Legoland Germany Resort. 

There are also donation boxes in the park and in the holiday village, the proceeds of which are paid out to various facilities and organizations. 

Christian Sichert, Director Feriendorf & Admission and responsible for Merlin’s magic wand projects at Legoland Germany, explained: “When children with and without disabilities experience adventures in the park with their families and we shine in seeing their faces shows us that inclusion is working. 

“Legoland Germany is a magical place for everyone. A small effort to set a big sign!”.

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