We received 3 tickets to the event to facilitate this post. All opinions are 100% our own.
This past weekend the kids and I had the opportunity to head out and check out Brick or Treat Legoland Florida. We have done many of the local Halloween events like Mickey’s Not So Scary and Sea World’s event but we have never been to the event Legoland holds. This year we remedied this and we had a lot of fun.
Brick or Treat Legoland Florida
Since this was our first time attending Brick or Treat there were a few things we didn’t know. I wanted to walk you thru some of those and give you some tips to help you better enjoy your visit.
Meet & Greets
Many of the meet and greets at Brick or Treat have very short lines. You are sure to have a good time and get some great pics! There are also multiple meet and greets throughout the park.
I recommend visiting adventure land near the castle for a fabulously spooky meet and greet.
The Groovin Graveyard
Are you looking for a bit of a spooky show? Don’t miss the fun of The Groovin Graveyard show. It’s in the 4D theater and dark as can be. Please be aware that if you have children who don’t like the dark, this may not be the show for them. There are times where the lights go out completely.
This show is filled with amazing drum beats and some fantastic laughs that are sure to make your visit to the event worth it.
Halloween Themed Lego Decorations
Make sure to take a few minutes and check out some of the amazing Lego decorations at the event. Many of these will have signs near them to tell you how many Lego bricks it took to build them and how long the build took. It’s great for younger kids who aspire to be pro builders one day.
Candy-Coated Curse Stage Show
This show is an outdoor show on the Lego City stage. It is a lighter show with a great deal of singing, dancing, and audience interaction. You will have a hard time staying seated when you hear the songs and are invited to sing along. The characters even come into the audience and give out candy. If you have a sensory kid, there are 3 small fireworks. They aren’t very big but I prefer to make you aware.
Enjoy group Lego builds
There are a few really fun group Lego builds around the park. You will have the chance to build a part of a larger piece that will be completed after you leave. It’s a really fun way to get kids building while leaving something behind that they contributed to. They will not take these piece with them though so prepare them for that.
Ride some of the rides.
Ride times at the event were pretty good while we were there. We showed up around 3 in the afternoon and the longest wait we had was for Ninjago. We waited about 25 minutes for that ride. The Brick or Treat event is not a separately ticketed event so ride times will vary considerably based on time of day and park crowd size.
Are you looking for something sweet during the event? There is a fantastic treat trail you won’t want to miss. You can find it by walking behind the building with Einstein on it in Lego City and following the lake. We loved the treat trail because there were a variety of treats and snacks being handed out. There are even juice pouches you won’t want to miss out on on a hot Florida day.
Lego Candy Scavenger Hunt
Looking for a fun game for the kids to play while you are there? Don’t miss the Lego candy scavenger hunt. In Miniland there are multiple candy corns hidden. Get the correct number and return it to the table for a special event Lego brick that you can take home.
Food and Drinks
Are you looking for something good to eat? Make sure to stop by Dragon’s Den for a turkey leg or some mini corn dog bites. You can also get pumpkin spice apple fries at the apple fry shop near the carousel.