Every October, LEGOLAND Florida Resort dusts off its stockpile of jack-o'-lanterns and cauldrons for its annual Brick-or-Treat event. This tadpole-friendly celebration is filled with sinfully delicious sweets, monstrous meet-and-greets, spooktacular shows and frogtastic fireworks. It's also the perfect way for the whole family to get into the Halloween spirit!
Overview of LEGOLAND Florida Brick-or-Treat
We attended with our little goblins opening weekend last year and were hoppily surprised at how much there was to see and do. Tad and Lily had so much fun brick-or-treating throughout the park's various neighborhoods in their carefully curated costumes (and Leap and I had the shows' catchy songs in our heads all day)! This year, Brick-or-Treat is back and better than ever with its inaugural Monster Party, a spooktacular event that includes an all-new show line up, never-before-seen exclusive LEGO characters and so much more.
LEGOLAND Florida Brick-or-Treat Dates and Tickets
This frightfully festive event — which is included with regular theme park admission and select annual passes — runs every Saturday and Sunday from Sept. 24 to Oct. 30 and is a safe way to get in on all of the fall fun.
LEGOLAND Florida Brick-or-Treat Special Entertainment
V.I.M. Dance Party Hosted by Lord Vampyre
Bring your monstrous moves to this interactive dance party — the ghoulest event of the season!
The UnbeLEAFable Halloween Night
Find out what hoppens when a strange plant begins to grow out of control. This energetic musical mystery is fun for the whole frog squad and marks the debut of the newest monster in town — LEGO Plant Monster!
The Jammin' Jacks
It's the kind of magic that can only hoppen on Halloween. Get ready to rock out with the spirits of Brick-or-Treat as the jammin' LEGO jack-o'-lantern trio come to life and sing some favorite spooky songs!
The Great Monster Chase
Catch an all-new funny 4D adventure filled with spine-tingling special effects as four tweens try to sneak into a mad monster party!
LEGOLAND Florida Brick-or-Treat Character Greetings and Rides
Rockin’ Frankenstein, Mummy Monster, Lord Vampyre and all their fiendish friends awoke from their slumber and arrived at LEGOLAND to celebrate the season! At various times throughout the day for approximately 20 to 25 minutes, tadpoles could snap a spooky selfie with these supernatural celebrities.
- We jammed out with LEGO Monster Rocker at Dead Beats Studio
- We snuck up on LEGO Scarecrow at DUPLO Valley Happy Harvest
- We caught up with LEGO Spider Lady and LEGO Lord Vampyre at Kingdoms Stage
- We chatted for a spell with LEGO Witch at LEGO City Stage
- We caught a wave with LEGO Zombie Pirate and LEGO Shark Suit Guy at the Lakeside Building
The casts of The Groovin' Graveyard, Operation: Monster Squad and Captain Brickbeard's Watersports Stunt Show even stuck around for photo opportunities after every performance!
This year, The Dragon roller coaster in LEGO Kingdoms is getting a monstrous upgrade for the season with a groovin' soundtrack and epic party lights! Are you ready to boogie down on the Disco Party Coaster?
LEGOLAND Florida Brick-or-Treat Costume Information
Your little tadpoles are encouraged to arrive decked out in their Halloween best. We loved seeing all the fun and creative costumes fellow froggies had dressed up in and got a kick out of how many families arrived in ghoulishly great group costumes. (Yes, parents, you're more than welcome to join in on the fangtastic fun and don a costume, as well.) We're incredibly hoppy to hear that, this year, there will even be a costume parade! Stay tuned for more details.
Trick-or-Treating at LEGOLAND Florida Brick-or-Treat
Starting at 2:30 p.m., Model Citizens began handing out candy at five different uniquely themed trick-or-treating stations around the park. Tadpoles were welcome to grab a free bag and walk up to the candy cauldron. (Of course, we made sure Lily and Tad didn't froget to say "Brick or Treat!") Our stash was full in no time! We stocked up on sweets at:
- Ghoulish Graveyard Sweets in Fun Town
- Happy Harvest Candy Patch in DUPLO Valley
- Critter Candy in Kingdoms Stage
- Cauldron of Candy in LEGO City Stage
- Shipwreck Treats in Pirate’s Cove
The cast of A Candy Coated Curse and Time To Learn About Halloween even gave out candy during and after their respective shows, so we made sure you have a bag ready before we saw them!
LEGOLAND Florida Brick-or-Treat Food and Merchandise
The ghoulish goodies don't just stop at the candy! Here were all of the seasonal food and beverage options we found scattered around the park last year:
- S'mores Granny Apple Fries a la Mode at Granny's Apple Fries
- Mummy's Pumpkin Chai Hot Coffee at LEGOLAND Coffee Company
- Monster's Marshmallow Mud Cup and Candy Crypt Cannoli at Dragons Den
- Mad Scientist's Purple Popcorn Mix at Traffic Cart
If you froget to bring a costume from home or your tadpole decides they want to get in on the spooky spirit at the last minute, LEGOLAND has tons of outfits and accessories available at various shops around the park. Check out what we found at The Big Shop below.
LEGOLAND Florida Brick-or-Treat Tips
1. Be wary of the weather.
Whatever costume you and your tadpole choose, keep it nice and light. It still gets into the high 80s and low 90s in October in Florida and the last thing any of us want is a hot and fussy tadpole!
2. Check times before you arrive.
Many of the showtimes overlap throughout the day. It's definitely possible to see them all but if that's your goal, you need to have a game plan that maps out what you're going to see when. Be sure to check out the character interactions, brick-or-treat stations and activities near each show so you're not hopping back and forth around the park all day.
As for the activities, each only runs for a certain amount of hours each day. Knowing when each activity is taking place and when to be there by will help to avoid meltdowns so your tadpole doesn't accidentally miss out on a certain build or game they wanted to take part in.
3. Know your tadpole's limits.
Fireworks took place at 8 p.m. each night last year. If your tadpoles want to catch the nighttime spectacular but you know they won't be able to make it from park open to park close, don't arrive as soon as the gates open. Manage your little one's expectations and talk to them about whether they'd rather attempt to hit up everything the event has to offer during the day or see the sky light up at night. The park is big and temperatures can get hot. Don't feel forced to overdo it.
Are you looking to make LEGOLAND part of your spooky season celebrations? Save some green by purchasing tickets through through Undercover Tourist.