Are your kids excitedly picking out their costumes? Families can enjoy a fun kid-friendly Halloween event weekends in October. At LEGOLAND Florida Resort’s Brick or Treat, guests will enjoy safe, neighborhood-style trick-or-treating with plenty of candy, seasonal shows and exclusive LEGO characters in the ultimate kids Halloween celebration and it’s all included in general admission.

Brick or Treat

Parents can dress up their little ones and bring them on candy quests to six awesomely themed trick-or-treating locations that have been thoughtfully planned to allow extra spacing for families and contactless distribution of candy. In addition to social distancing, all employees at these stations will wear face coverings (masks and/or face shields) and gloves.

Brick or Treat

Fan-favorite shows, The Groovin’ Graveyard and A Candy-Coated Curse will return. These spirited performances will have showtimes throughout the day on all nine event dates. This year’s event also celebrates the return of character experiences to LEGOLAND Florida with a spooky squad of characters that guests can only see during Brick or Treat. This creepy-cool lineup includes classic monsters with a LEGO twist, like Rockin’ Frankenstein, Mummy, and Lord Vampyre, as well as LEGO favorites including Scarecrow, Spider Lady, Brickbeard and more! All character and performer interactions will be staged using generous spacing, of six feet or more, and elevated platforms.

Brick or Treat

Building on their treat-or-treating and character fun, kids are invited to help craft an enormous LEGO mosaic masterpiece brick by brick or challenge themselves and their friends in a ghostly pirate shipwreck-themed competition build to win LEGO prize packs! Each child participating in the LEGO® build activities will receive a pre-bagged set of bricks to join in on the fun. Enhanced health and safety measures will be seen throughout the Resort, including reduced capacity, cashless payments, temperature checks upon arrival, and consistent cleaning practices. 

Guests can read more about how LEGOLAND is making it safe to play at https://www.legoland.com/florida/ways-we-are-making-it-safe-to-visit/      

—Jennifer Swartvagher

All photos courtesy LEGOLAND Florida Resort

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