The much-loved Brick or Treat event returns in October for 11 dates this year. Every Saturday and Sunday throughout October (plus Monday, October 31), the LEGOLAND Florida Resort will open its gates to give families a taste of the fall season LEGO-style.
As LEGOLAND’s take on a Halloween party, the annual event aims its activities at the younger demographic with its “spooky but kooky” theming and light-hearted activities. This year’s event offers photo opportunities with the world’s largest LEGO pumpkin and a 13-foot-long Vampyre Hearse made of more than 280,000 LEGO and DUPLO bricks. Additionally, there are many meet-and-greets for kids with a ghoulish lineup of LEGO monsters like Vladimir the Vampyre, the Mummy, the Mad Scientist, the Witch and Frankenstein.
Once all the photos have been taken, a scavenger hunt in MINILAND USA rewards hunters with a collectible, limited edition LEGO brick that has a special Brick or Treat design. And some sugary rewards await kids who traipse the Brick or Treat Trail.
While we are talking about traipsing, joining the lineup of special activities this year is a kid-centric parade free to all guests who come dressed up in costumes. Yes, it is a family-friendly costume affair. Make sure to come dressed for the occasion.
It’s not just about candy and costumes though. At LEGOLAND, the quintessential experience includes Granny’s Apple Fries which feature a pumpkin spice flavor for the season. They are a fun little snack to munch on as you walk through the LEGO kingdoms area which have been decked out with a vampire-themed makeover.
As we all know, “everything is awesome” at LEGOLAND’s Brick or Treat; however, the most awesome feature of the event is the fireworks show at the end of each evening. Barring October 31, this year the skies will light up with a spider-theme and can be viewed through a complimentary pair of viewing glasses that add a fun twist to an already fantastic display.
Probably the most exciting thing about Brick or Treat is the fact that it is included with the price of admission to LEGOLAND. There is no separate ticket required to participate, so parents and kids alike can enjoy a full day in one of Florida’s most kid-friendly theme parks.