Brick or Treat has returned to LEGOLAND Florida, and my family and I attended opening weekend to experience all the LEGO-inspired Halloween fun.
I was happy to see them using all of the park and not just limiting things to one area. We also enjoyed the park being open until 8pm that day, so we could take our time exploring the special Halloween offerings.
One of our favorite things is that Brick or Treat offers spookier LEGO character meet & greets, which we had fun with. During our day in the park, we met a LEGO vampire, mummy, witch, and more.
Families could refuel with special seasonal food offerings like Dirt Cups and Spooky Trail Mix at the food venues. More family-fun activities include a candy corn scavenger hunt in Miniland, 2 different shows, 2 different builds for guests to help with, and a Candy Walk!
We all enjoyed Groovy Graveyard, which is a percussion based show. Drums, fences, and other items are used to make music. It’s in the theatre (yay for AC!) and only about 15 minutes, so definitely include this in your day. The performers worked very hard to make this show fun, and they encouraged audience involvement. They were great!
One build project, the Build-Your-Own-Spider, brought out everyone’s creativity. I think they needed a bigger web, though. There is also a special LEGO project for guests to help build. This year it’s a cobra! Eeek!!
Trick-or-treating with a LEGO spin was fun for all the kids. The Brick or Treat Trail
candy walk brought back memories. I know it’s impossible, but I wish they had a very mini build as a giveaway. It is Brick or Treat, after all.
The evening ends with the The Tale of Pirates’ Cove Fireworks Finale, featuring Captain Dreadbeard on his journey to defeat the Imperial Navy, complete with fireworks. A great way to end Brick or Treat!
Even with our kids getting older, they really enjoyed the entire day. So did we, their parents!
I do need to mention that Leslie in the ticket office, and the rest of the crew in there, were awesome. I am so thankful for their patience and helpfulness. They definitely deserve a shout out!
The day was long, but we did not feel rushed, and we were able to see and do everything we wanted to. We really enjoyed it and I recommend a visit for kids of all ages!
Brick or Treat is at LEGOLAND Florida every Saturday and Sunday this month, plus October 31, and is included with park admission. For more information, visit LEGOLANDFlorida.com.
Disclaimer: We attended a media day at LEGOLAND Florida for CitySurfing Orlando. As always, my opinion is honest, and my own.
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