If you are looking for some Halloween fun with the kiddos this season, then you may want to check out Brick-or-Treat party nights at LEGOLAND California and Florida! We attended the party last year in California and the kids really enjoyed it! It may seem a little overwhelming if you’ve never been before, so here are a few things you will want to know before you party the night away!
The Brick-or-Treat event requires a separate admission ticket. You can purchase a ticket online beforehand (in case the event sells out for the night…it happens) or you can purchase one at the gate. We took our chances and bought our Brick-or-Treat tickets at the gate (we already had LEGOLAND tickets). This year’s tickets are $59 for the party alone or $79 for a full day plus the party. Note: they do actually check the wristbands and if you don’t have one you will be directed away from the park.
Get there early! The party starts around 5pm, but you’ll want to get there earlier in the day to eat, ride rides, and rest a little before things get poppin’. Once 5 o’clock rolls around, the park gets pretty packed and lines will get longer so plan accordingly. Then the fun characters come out!
Bring your costume! Brick-or-Treat isn’t just for little boys and ghouls! Mummies and Daddies can dress up in their favorite costumes too! And get creative because there will be a costume contest! Even the Legos dress up! 😉
Bring your dancing shoes! There will be a couple of different dance parties throughout the night, so make sure you attend so you can show off your Monster Mash moves! And don’t forget to enjoy the pretty lights!
Get a treat bag or bring your own! There will be treat stations throughout the park so make sure you have a bag for all the loot! They do give them out at the park, but you could bring your own as well! Some stations have longer lines than others, so just be prepared to wait a little in some spots.
There will be SWAG! In addition to treat stations, there will be opportunities to complete missions and score Limited Pop Badges! Speaking of SWAG! Let’s check it out!
Lots of fun stuff! And the kids were more than satisfied!
Would I attend this event again? Absolutely! Yes, you pay a little more to get in, but I think that it’s completely worth it! There are shows, parades, special treats, and more! And the kids will love all of the fun decorations and pumpkins!
Brick-or-Treat party nights is open every Saturday evening in October so get your tickets soon!
You can find all of the event details here!
Have you attended a Brick-or-Treat party night? What was your favorite part?
I’m off to review the next event!