Brick or Treat Returns in October ~ Legoland Florida

With 7 exciting dates in October the spooky, yet family friendly event returns to the only park in Florida #BuiltForKids.

The event returns for its 6th year on select dates:

  • 10/14 and 10/15
  • 10/21 and 10/22
  • 10/28 and 10/29
  • 10/31 (no fireworks this night)

Some new features to this year’s event include:

  • LEGOLAND Model Citizens will roam the park looking for guests in awesome costumes, with LEGO prizes awarded on the spot to the most creatively dressed

  • Catch mysterious gravediggers grooving to haunted drums in an all-new show at the Wells Fargo Fun Town Theater
  • A trio of large LEGO jack-o’-lanterns will come alive each evening for an “animated” performance of spooky tunes
  • Gather family and friends for a frightful photo opportunity inside a giant LEGO Halloween globe
  • Master Model Builders will treat kids to LEGO building tricks during a special spider activity in Fun Town, with their creepy crawly creations displayed in a tangled web alongside a fearsome LEGO spider

  • Watch a vampyre magician perform extraordinary magic in LEGO Kingdoms
  • Each Brick or Treat date will conclude with a ghostly new show featuring the “Tale of Pirates’ Cove” and a Halloween fireworks spectacular in the skies above Lake Eloise.

Finally favorites of previous events return to make the event bigger and more bricktacular than ever before:

  • Photo opportunities with the world’s largest LEGO pumpkin and the 13-foot Vampyre Hearse, a life-size replica of a real LEGO set from the 2014 Monster Fighters line made out of thousands of LEGO and DUPLO® bricks

  • Exclusive meet-and-greets with LEGO Halloween characters Lord Vampyre, the Mummy, the Mad Scientist, the Witch and Frankenstein

  • Fistfuls of candy for kids 12 and under while traveling the Brick or Treat Trail
  • A scavenger hunt in MINILAND USA for a chance to win a LEGO prize pack

  • A vampire-themed takeover of the LEGO Kingdoms area
  • Ghoulish goodies, including a pumpkin spice variety of Granny’s Apple Fries and “Worms in Dirt,” a squirmy, wormy dessert kids will love

Add to all of this the normal fun in a park built for kids and you get an awesome way to celebrate the weekend for the whole family:

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