Halloween at LEGOLAND Florida is full of candy, entertainment and of course LEGOS. During select weekends in October, you can experience this family-friendly event, included with regular park admission. Here are some of my tips for planning a visit with your family.
It’s not Halloween if you aren’t dressed up. It’s a lot of fun to choose family-friendly costumes for this event. However, keep in mind the weather and dress appropriately. Cooler, lightweight costumes are a must and bringing a change of clothes is a great idea. We spent the first half of the day in regular clothes and then changed into our costumes after lunch before trick-or-treating.
Halloween Event Exclusives
Halloween at LEGOLAND includes a lot of exclusive activities on Brick or Treat days. There are three LEGO building stations throughout the park. The first is a spider building station where kids can add their spiders to a large LEGO web. Second, there is a Cobra LEGO sculpture. Lastly, there is a LEGO mosaic where each kid gets to make their own square to contribute to building the larger picture. Each station was incredibly fun for our kids. There are exclusive characters to meet including Mummy and Vampire LEGOS. There are several photo ops throughout the park as well such as the giant pumpkin pictured below.
No Tricks, Just Treats
We loved the Brick or Treat Trail. It’s open from 3-7pm and each guest can visit the trail once. LEGOLAND even provides bags so you don’t have to bring your own candy pails. There was an excellent mix of candy and healthy snack options including chips, applesauce, Kind bars, and juice pouches.
More Fun After Dark
After dark, don’t miss The Tale of Pirates’ Cove Fireworks Finale. The show takes place on the water and lasts approximately seven minutes. Don’t forget to grab your special glasses before the show, they turn the fireworks into exploding LEGO blocks. Another must see once the sun goes down, is the Brick or Treat LEGO jack-o’-lantern singing trio. I highly recommend catching this show on your way out of the park.
Don’t miss Brick or Treat, happening October 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28, 31* in celebration of Halloween at LEGOLAND Florida. For more information and tickets, click here. To learn more about local Halloween events, check out our local guide.