Brick Or Treat Returns To LEGOLAND Florida Oct 2, 2021 .. @LEGOLANDFlorida #BrickorTreat

Brick or Treat Returns to LEGOLAND Florida

Starting this weekend, Brick Or Treat returns to LEGOLAND Florida for family-friendly Halloween fun.

Brick or Treat features five uniquely themed candy stations around the park for a day of trick-or-treating fun including a Ghoulish Graveyard, Happy Harvest, Cauldron of Candy, and more from 2:30-7pm.

Four daily shows keep the spooky fun going each event day, including a new interactive show, “Operation: Monster Squad,” and the final chance to see “The Groovin’ Graveyard.”

Grab some spooky selfies with a special squad of characters that can only be found during Brick or Treat, including classic monsters with a LEGO® twist like Monster Rocker, Mummy, and Lord Vampyre, as well as LEGO® favorites including Scarecrow, Spider Lady, Shark Suit Guy and more.

LEGO® fans can also help craft a giant LEGO® Scarecrow brick by brick in DUPLO® Valley or snap a family photo inside a large LEGO® pumpkin, too.

And if you can’t get enough sweets trick-or-treating, the food locations around the park will have special Halloween-themed items for purchase. I can recommend the S’mores Granny Apple Fries a la Mode, featuring cookie-dusted warm apple fries, vanilla ice cream and marshmallow fluff topped with candy.

This kid-friendly event is the only time of year guests can meet exclusive classic LEGO® monster characters, enjoy Halloween shows, and go trick-or-treating to collect loads of candy during the ultimate kids Halloween celebration– and, it’s all included with regular day admission.

Brick or Treat runs Saturdays and Sundays in October through Halloween, from 10am to 8pm each day.

To purchase tickets, vacation packages, or get more info, visit

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