Legoland’s Brick-or-Treat Halloween Party

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I love October! Our family likes to go out and really celebrate Halloween. We always try to make it out to at least one pumpkin patch and other Halloween ¨traditions¨. One of our favorite traditions, is going to the Legoland Brick-or-Treat Party Nights. We have had the opportunity to attend at least one Saturday each October for the past few years and it is something we look forward to doing as a family. Be sure to stick at around at the end of the night for a spooktacular firework show!

A fun activity that you can do with the drone is to record clips during the event and compile into one amazing montage video. You can ask guests to say hi or hello on the drone, and you can also record a video of the entire area to get a better view of the party. Once you have edited the montage, you can share first to guests and then upload it on social media apps to show other people how fun the party was.

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Legoland at night is always fun and even more so during Halloween. This year, the Park is open for five spooky-kooky nights – October 3, 10, 17, 24, and 30, starting at 5pm. It’s the home of Halloween fun, and it’s filled with music, costume contests, the Brick-or-Treat Trail and more!

Highlights for 2015 include:

  • Expanded Brick-or-Treat Trail, including 2 stations in SEA LIFE Aquarium
  • Coast Cruise transformation into the Ghost Cruise
  • Hubble Bubble’s Dance Party
  • Wanda’s Jelly Fish Disco in SEA LIFE Aquarium
  • Costume Contests with categories of LEGO, Creative, and a NEW Group category that you can enter with family or friends
  • More Halloween adventures at Heartlake City and Fun Town!

Brick-or-Treat begins at 5 PM on Saturday nights. Tickets for the event are $40 and are separate from regular admission. A full day ticket including the Brick-or-Treat event is $70 for all ages.

Visit California.Legoland.com for more info.

Halloween Roundup: Legoland’s Brick or Treat Party Nights

Last Saturday I packed a bag and headed south to Legoland to experience their spooktacular  Halloween Party. Legoland’s Brick or Treat Party Nights are held every Saturday night in October. The kids put on their costumes and we hit the park. Brick or Treat Party Nights are not so scary and are perfect for your little ones.

The Halloween Party features a costume party, dance stations to boogie the night away, live entertainment and of course Trick or Treating on the Brick or Treat Trail.  The kiddos headed right for the Trick or Treat Trail and loaded their bags not only with candy but other fun treats, including a free kid’s meal to Chipotle! They had a blast trekking on the trail on a quest for their next treat. We also were able to sneak in a couple of rides and some dancing. We had an incredibly fun time and were pretty much wiped out at the end of the night. I always say that a fun night ends with kids crashing before leaving the parking lot and last Saturday was most definitely a fun night!

The best part of Legoland’s Brick or Treat Party Nights is that they are included with the price of admission. If you have are a member, this special night is absolutely free! If you have been planning on visiting Legoland, make sure to pay a visit on a Saturday this October, and be prepared for quite a treat!

Legoland’s Brick or Treat Party Nights will be held every Saturday in October from 5pm to 9pm.
To learn more about the party or about Legoland head here.