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Brick or Treat at Legoland Florida

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As you all know this past summer I was able to check out the Legoland Florida Resort. However, fun doesn’t just stop during the summer at Legoland!

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This October, kids will discover even more Halloween fun at LEGOLAND® Florida Resort during Brick or Treat, the popular, kid-friendly celebration included with theme park admission on select dates. Adding to the excitement this year are two event dates on select Fridays, an exclusive fireworks show, meet-and-greet opportunities with new LEGO Halloween characters and photo opportunities with an all-new, larger-than-life LEGO model created exclusively for Brick or Treat.

Offered every Saturday and Sunday in October, plus new Friday dates on Oct. 23 and 30, Brick or Treat features whimsical Halloween activities for kids throughout LEGOLAND Florida theme park. Highlights include:

  • The “Everything is Awesome Costume Contest” inside the Wells Fargo 4D Theater in Fun Town
  • Meet-and-greets with LEGO Halloween characters, including the Mad Scientist and Frank N. Stein – new this year!
  • Trick-or-treating along the Brick or Treat Trail for children 12 and under.
  • A scavenger hunt in Miniland USA that offers a collectible, limited-edition LEGO brick – with a new design released each weekend!
  • The popular – and delicious – Granny’s Apple Fries with a special pumpkin spice flavor – new this year!
  • Vladimir’s Castle takeover in LEGO Kingdoms – new this year!
  • Photo opportunities with the world’s largest LEGO pumpkin and a stunning, 13-foot-long “Vampyre Hearse” made of thousands of LEGO bricks – new this year!

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Each event date will conclude with a dazzling, pirate-themed fireworks show in the skies above Lake Eloise. Complimentary 3-D glasses add a special LEGO twist to the colorful spectacle.

Guests at the brand-new LEGOLAND Hotel can extend the fun with Halloween-inspired food and beverage offerings such as “mocktails” mixed just for kids. Plus, themed prizes await kids in each guestroom — locked in a LEGO treasure chest that can only be opened during an in-room scavenger hunt.

“This is a Halloween celebration completely designed with kids in mind, one that’s unlike any other,” said Adrian Jones, general manager of LEGOLAND Florida Resort. “This year, we’re very excited to offer additional dates and an incredible Halloween-themed fireworks show, plus lots more all-new fun throughout the park. Families will find all the Halloween traditions they love in a style that’s authentically LEGO.”

2015 Brick or Treat Dates:

  • October 3-4 (Saturday & Sunday)
  • October 10-11 (Saturday & Sunday)
  • October 17-18 (Saturday & Sunday)
  • October 23-25 (Friday, Saturday & Sunday)
  • October 30-31 (Friday & Saturday)

For more information about LEGOLAND Florida Resort, visit florida.legoland.com.

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8 Comments

  • Reply Ashley Chassereau Parks

    We were just talking about if we could swing a trip to Legoland or Disney in October! I didn’t know about this.. I’ll have to look up and see if they are doing this this year! My hubby would probably love going as much as my kids would! We love Legos! lol

    June 27, 2016 at 1:37 am
  • Reply Anastasia Noelle

    looks like so much fun! 🙂

    January 10, 2016 at 7:11 pm
  • Reply lisa

    What a fun place. It’s amazing the things that people make using legos.

    September 17, 2015 at 11:48 am
  • Reply M.Clark

    This sounds like a wonderful time. A Halloween themed fireworks show sounds very interesting. This is definitely something the kids are sure to enjoy. Thank you for sharing this post.

    September 16, 2015 at 9:39 pm
  • Reply Jennifer Odom

    This looks so awesome! We will be going to Legoland next summer. 🙂

    September 15, 2015 at 10:22 pm
  • Reply Sandra Watts

    My son wants to go to this but seeing that he is 18 now, I don’t know how that would go over. He is a huge Lego fan still.

    September 15, 2015 at 8:42 pm
  • Reply Sarah L

    I’d like to see Pirate themed fireworks. Can’t imagine what it would be like.

    September 15, 2015 at 5:51 pm
  • Reply Heather Ramos

    We went to this last year – the kids had an absolute blast! They had a scavenger hunt where we had to find letters in their lego city and then unscramble to figure out the word 🙂 If they bring that back this year, make sure you do it – you can win a prize if your entry is selected 🙂 Had a lot of dancing with the characters too 🙂

    September 15, 2015 at 5:27 pm
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