At Legoland Florida, the Legoland Brick-or-Treat presented by Wells Fargo runs each weekend (Saturday/Sunday plus Halloween itself) during October and is suitable for the whole family. The 2017 dates are October 14, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29 and 31.
On weekends the park shuts at 8 p.m. which gives a rare opportunity to see Legoland in the dark. Miniland USA looks particularly spectacular at night with all the lighting and special spooky fog effects. On Halloween (October 31, the park shuts at 7 p.m.
Like SeaWorld and Disney, Brick-or-Treat is aimed at families with young children and there is a costume contest for the kids, trick or treating and a scavenger hunt.
New for 2015 was a giant 13 foot long LEGO Hearse as well as a nightly fireworks display and a LEGO Vampire Build.
Other events and attractions include:
- World’s Largest LEGO Pumpkin Photo Opportunity
- Witching Hour
- Brick-or-Treat Trail
- Monster Mash Dance Bash
- Everything is Awesome Costume Contest
- Meet & Greet with new LEGO Halloween Characters: Wanda the Witch, Vladimir the Vampire, Frank N. Stein, Mortimor the Mummy & Mad Scientist
The LEGO Scary Scavenger Hunt in Miniland takes place around Miniland and the kids will have great fun searching for the LEGO mini-figure ghosts, ghouls and goblins to unscramble a secret five letter word to win prizes and tickets.
The Haunted Miniland USA also hosts a spooky Dance Party on Saturday nights with a live DJ and dance games.
Brick or Treat dates for 2017
The Brick-or-Treat Trail opens at 1 p.m. each event day and offers goodies, treats and fun surprises with six LEGO themed treat stations. New for 2014 are a limited number of special commemorative LEGO bricks.
For those kids who like dressing up, the Emmet’s Everything is Awesome Costume Contest at the Wells Fargo Fun Town 4D Theater has three age groups (0 to 4, 5 to 7 and 8 to 12 years) to choose from with prizes including LEGO products and park tickets.
You can also meet and greet some of the new LEGO Halloween characters including Wanda the Witch, Vladimir the Vampire, Frank N. Stein, Mortimor the Mummy & Mad Scientist.
Finally there are photo opportunities with the world’s largest Jack-O-Lantern which contains 26,500 LEGO bricks.
All the entertainment is included in the regular admission price.