Legoland FL Brick or Treat: Monster's Party
What is Brick or Treat?
Halloween has arrived to Legoland FL and trust me it does not disappoint. Lego Monsters have taken over and are giving us some spooky fun. There are six themed zones spread across the park to inviting you to experience a spooky fun time. Legoland Florida invited us out to experience Brick or Treat the first day and we had so much fun. This year features some fan favorites returning along with many new and exciting additions to the party.
Some of our highlights from the day were riding The Dragon with it’s new fun disco party overlay. This overlay is only around for the party and will have you groovin the entire time. We even got to try some of the new and exciting food options including a monster twist on their classic apple fries, a delicious pumpkin spice shake and the Wacky Witch’s BBQ Wings. We enjoyed them all and know you would too.
Three Reasons to visit Legoland Brick or Treat!
1. The Great Monster Chase: This 4D movie is all new and full of fun. It features the Lego Monsters like never before leaving you wanting more. The movie is shown in the Fun Town Theater every 30 minutes starting at 11am. It does include special effects and features like smoke, wind, bubbles and more. I would recommend seeing the first showing of the day as it has hints from throughout the park that can help serve as a guide for things to do for the day.
2. All New Shows and Entertainment! The shows this year for brick or treat are PHENOMENAL. There is the VIM Dance Party where you can get your groove on with Lego Lord Vampyre. The Jammin Jacks is another great show that kicks off at 5:45 until park close every 15 minutes. You want to check this as the Jack-O-Lantern band puts on a rocking show. Lastly, you cannot forget the character meet and greets throughout the park. You can meet the Lego Monsters including Lego Witch, Lego Mummy, Lego Plant Monster and more. The characters have set times they will be out in their respective spots so carve out time to see them.
3. THE TRICK OR TREATING: There are seven candy stations scattered amongst the areas to give you the chance to see it all. They do have a staggered opening and closing time so it is definitely important to check your guide. The first station opens at 1pm but the fun throughout the party starts sooner. Legoland offers free trick or treating bags and you can even visit stations multiple times. We for sure loaded up on the sweets and
There are so many things to see, do and experience at Brick or Treat. The event is held Saturdays and Sundays starting now through October 30th!
Brick or Treat is included in daily park admission! This means there are no additional fees or cost associated besides your normal admission. If planning to visit Legoland FL for the day or even a weekend this event is one you do not want to miss this spooky season. Dress the kiddos up and get ready for a monstrous good time.
Until our next expedition....