At Legoland Florida, the Legoland Brick-or-Treat runs each weekend (Saturday/Sunday) during October and is suitable for the whole family. The 2020 dates are:
- October 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25, 31
On weekends the park stays open until 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.
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.
Despite the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic, LEGOLAND Florida is still holding their Brick-or-Treat event but taking note of the extra health requirements such as social distancing and contactless trick-or-treating.
Halloween is also an opportunity to see a number of LEGO characters that only appear during Halloween.
Other events and attractions include:
Large LEGO photo opportunity models
Brick-or-Treat Trail with six candy stations
“Groovin’ GraveYard” and “A Candy-Coated Curse” live shows
Meet & Greet with new LEGO Halloween Characters: Lord Vampyre, the Mummy, Scarecrow, Spider Lady, Brickbeard and Rockin’ Frankenstein
Children’s scavenger hunt
Model building competitions
For the character meet-and-greets, guests must maintain a social distance of 6 feet and the characters are positioned on raised platforms.
There is a “Candy Corn Scavenger Hunt” at DUPLO Valley, a LEGO build ghostly pirate themed competition at Pirates’ Cove and kids are able to join in a giant mosaic build at LEGO Kingdoms.
Brick or Treat dates for 2020
The Brick-or-Treat Trail opens from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. each event day and offers goodies, treats and fun surprises with six LEGO themed treat stations for children aged 12 and under. New from 2014 are a limited number of special commemorative LEGO bricks.
The six stations are:
- Rockin Roadie Treats, near Pepper N Roni’s
- Ghoulish Graveyard Sweets, Fun Town near Pizza and Pasta
- Happy Harvest Candy Patch at DUPLO Valley
- Critter Candy at LEGO Kingdoms
- Cauldron of Candy, near LEGO City Burger Kitchen
- Shipwreck Treats at Pirates’ Cove
LEGO Photo Opportunities
There are a number of large LEGO models, ideal for Halloween photos:
- LEGO Hearse with 280,000 LEGO brick near the Big Shop
- The Jammin’ Jacks, VIP Red Carpet Walk near the Big Shop
- 10 foot tall LEGO Ghost Super Brick near LEGOLAND Fun Town Theater
- Giant stand inside LEGO Pumpkin at DUPLO Valley
- 8 foot tall LEGO Super Brick at DUPLO Valley
- Sawtooth the LEGO Shark, Brickbeard’s catch of the day at Pirates’ Cove
The Groovin’ Graveyard
Sing along with The Groovin’ Graveyard trio at the LEGO City Stage.
The Tale of Pirates’ Cove Fireworks Finale
The Tale of Pirates’ Cove Fireworks Finale evening fireworks take place in Pirates’ Cove.
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 and Spider Lady.
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 but you can upgrade to a VIP experience.
LEGOLAND Florida Monster Brick Bash VIP Experience
At the Monster Brick Bash VIP Experience, you get premium reserved seating for the fireworks with refreshments, a guided walk through the Brick-or-Treat Trail, an invitation to an exclusive LEGO games and dance party with character meet and greets and a 10x8 photo, face painting, private build session with a Master Model builder (you can take the model home with you), light buffet with desserts.
Regular admission to Legoland Florida is also required. Only available on select nights, limited availability.