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Fall Family Fun: Brick or Treat at LEGOLAND Florida

Brick or Treat Legoland Florida Halloween

Brick or Treat at LEGOLAND® Florida Resort is a Halloween Party built for kids and we were excited to be invited by LEGOLAND® to experience a day of kid-friendly Halloween fun.

The best part is that ALL of the festivities are included in a regular LEGOLAND® Florida admission ticket. 

Don’t miss our Ultimate Guide to Fall & Halloween Activities for a full list of fun things to do this fall in Lakeland and Central Florida including pumpkin patches, corn mazes, haunted houses, Halloween events, trunk or treat, drive-thru Halloween attractions and more.

2020 Dates – Brick or Treat is held on Saturdays and Sundays in October from 10am – 5pm.

Special Halloween festivities include live shows, a trick-or-treat trail, character meet & greets, LEGO®  builds, fireworks, and more.

Read on for our review of Brick or Treat at LEGOLAND® Florida from 2018 and get more details on this kid-friendly Halloween event!

Character Experiences

Character Experiences are located all over the park! We had fun seeing these characters come to life and snapping pictures with them. Halloween characters include:

  • LEGO Witch
  • LEGO Mad Scientist
  • LEGO Lord Vampyre
  • LEGO Spider Lady
  • LEGO Mummy
  • LEGO Frankenstein Rock Experience

Please check directly with event organizers or local businesses for mask requirements, safety protocols, advance registration, and any last-minute changes. All information on our website is for informational purposes only – we are not qualified to provide health or safety recommendations.

Brick or Treat Trail

In 2020, neighborhood- style Trick or treat will open from 1pm – 5pm and will be available for contactless candy distribution throughout the park in the following areas:

  • Rockin Roadie Treats- Near Pepper N Roni’s
  • Ghoulish Graveyard Sweets- Fun Town near Pizza and Pasta
  • Happy Harvest Candy Patch- DUPLO Valley
  • Critter Candy -LEGO Kingdoms
  • Cauldron of Candy- Near LEGO City Burger Kitchen
  • Shipwreck Treats- Pirates’ Cove

The Brick or Treat Trail opens at 3pm (2pm for Annual Passholders) and is filled with sweets and treats galore! Kids 12 & under can trick-or-treat along the festive path. My kids came home with a stash of candy, plus a drink, granola bar, yogurt pouch, and more. You’ll be entertained by LEGO models, talking scarecrows, and the candy “hosts” that are all decked out!

Live Shows

Two live shows are unique to Brick or Treat!

  • The Groovin’ Graveyard is a musical treat as the haunted musical spirits drum up a ghoulish good time.
  • A Candy Coated Curse is filled with singing, dancing, and audience participation.

LEGO Brick Builds

LEGO building stations can be found throughout the park. There are opportunities to build a LEGO spider, help make pieces of a giant Cobra, and add your own mosaic pieces to help create a large Halloween masterpiece. We had fun building together as a family.

2020 Brick or Treat Dates

Saturdays & Sundays from 10am – 5pm
October 3-4, 10-11, 17-18, 24-25 & 31

2020 Brick or Treat Prices

Activities are included in park tickets. Prices can be found on the LEGOLAND Florida website. Discounts are available for Active Duty Military and Florida Teachers.

Annual Passes for LEGOLAND start at $119.99 and are valid for a full 365 days from the date of purchase.

Other Details

Costumes are welcome, we just didn’t have our act together in time!

If purchasing single day tickets you can also add the LEGOLAND Waterpark, it is open 10:30am – 5pm every Saturday and Sunday in October.

As of 9/16/20, facial coverings are required in all indoor locations across the Resort as well as on all rides in the Theme Park for all guests eight (8) years and older. Check the LEGOLAND website for updates.

For more details and to download the Event Guide, visit the LEGOLAND Florida Brick or Treat page.

About the Author: April Mucci

April is the owner of LakelandMom.com. She has lived in Lakeland since age 2 and is passionate about our community and connecting families with local resources. She is a mom to 2 boys and a mini goldendoodle, wife to Matt. You can often find April at the baseball field where she cheers on her baseball loving 12 year old, or home building Legos with her 10 year old. She loves reading, saltwater fishing, concerts and live performances, and working on Lakeland Mom!