Brick or Treat returns to scare up family friendly Halloween fun at LEGOLAND Florida, weekends in October.
Offered every Saturday and Sunday in October, plus Monday, Oct. 31, the popular annual event includes a special Halloween-themed fireworks spectacular on 10 of the 11 event dates (not Oct 31, since it’s a school night). Pick up a complimentary pair of viewing glasses to add a brick-tastic LEGO twist to the colorful spectacle.
Earlier this year, we told you LEGOLAND Florida will be opening a new resort in 2017, and we have your first sneak peek of the colorful bungalows at the LEGOLAND Beach Retreat.
The Daytona International Speedway has now joined other LEGO landmarks from around the United States in the MINILAND USA section of LEGOLAND Florida.
The sounds of roaring engines and cheering fans greet theme park guests as they approach the 1/20-scale model of the “World Center of Racing,” updated following the $400 million DAYTONA Rising renovation project. The new stadium made its debut earlier this year during the Rolex 24 At Daytona and the DAYTONA 500.
The final bricks are being put into place, and the first East Coast LEGOLAND Hotel is a go to open on May 15 at LEGOLAND Florida.
The Hotel is built with kids in mind, from the lobby to the rooms. When families arrive, a special “Kid Check-in” takes place in front of the minifigure wall, which is made of 5,000 minifigures.
The lobby itself is home to a Castle Play area, complete with a pirate ship surrounded by a moat filled with LEGO bricks.