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It’s not Halloween time here in Southern California without a night at Legoland California for Brick Or Treat! Pete and the girls had a fabulous day and night exploring the park while it was all decked out for the Halloween season! Special thanks to Legoland for inviting us to this special event.
If you haven’t been to Legoland Park before this is the perfect intro to the awesomeness.
There are rides, trick or treating and some not so scary spooking happening this time of year during Brick or Treat. Emmy loves Legoland because there is so much to do for the little ones, but even Pete and the big girls really enjoy it, as do I. I also have a slight obsession with the apple fries- they alone are worth a visit…. so yummy!
Brick or Treat is a limited time event that happens on on a few evenings…
Every Saturday night (Oct. 10,17 & 24) plus Friday Oct. 30 starting at 5 p.m., the Legoland Park will continue to transform into a not-too-spooky Halloween festival featuring a variety of fun activities including the new Candy Quest walk-through at the Adventurers’ Club in Fun Town, a Fall Festival complete with Pumpkin Patch Building and blue-grass style music in LEGO Friends Heartlake City, interactive story-telling, seven treat stations with specialty items including a LEGO® NINJAGO™ giveaway and commemorative Brick, new roaming candy carts throughout the Park and two bonus treat stations inside SEA LIFE® Aquarium. Plus, LEGOLAND® Hotel joins in the fun with its own Halloween party on Oct. 31 with candy giveaways, a dance party and a special visit from the Mail Order Monsters exclusively for Hotel guests!
Brick-or-Treat Party Nights is a special event and admission can be purchased for as low as $35 if purchased online in advance. Special event ticket holders can enjoy costume contests, trick-or-treating for children 12 and under at treat stations and candy carts throughout LEGOLAND California Resort where kids can gather tasty goodies and other surprises from trail partners: Shutterfly®, LEGO®, Clif Kids™, Honest Kids®, Red Vines®, SMARTCANDY® and and Airheads®. The LEGO themed treat stations and candy carts offer a safe, fun and entertaining trick-or-treating experience for all to enjoy with festive music, live entertainment including the hilarious “Boo Crew,” a dazzling animated Spirits of Brick-or-Treat light show, and family favorite, the Ghost Cruise Scavenger Hunt.
Guests can also “boo-gie” down at frighteningly-fun dance parties: Hubble Bubble’s Dance Party atop the Model Shop in Miniland, Wanda’s Jellyfish Disco at SEA LIFE Aquarium, plus sing and dance along to the music and mayhem in the Monster Fighter Mash featured on the main stage in Miniland U.S.A.
Emmy LOVES the dance parties and it is the cutest thing to see all the little kiddos dancing around all in their costumes!
Don’t forget to bring your camera! The photo ops are awesome!
Special event guests can also enjoy entertainment from The Witchettes, Bluegrass Band Jamboree and a special LEGO Friends meet and greet in Heartlake City!
2015 Guide Tips:
- Head over to the Candy Quests first. Those are the most popular.
- Don’t forget the dance parties. We like to stop at those before we have dinner to work up an appetite.
- This year it was bigger than ever so plan on staying the whole night.
- When you are in line for the Candy Quest there are play stations for the kids to make Lego creations!
- Don’t forget to take pictures. They have characters roaming that are more than happy to snap a picture with you!
- Not many people know this, but you can trade mini-figures with Legoland employees so bring one with you!
- Don’t forget costumes. The kids love dressing up!
- Be sure to buy your tickets early. They do sell out.