Legoland hosted our visit.
We just returned from a fun Saturday Night LEGOLAND California Brick or Treat Party Nights! This was the perfect Halloween Theme Park fun for my little kiddos Jack (7) and Gia (4). It was hard for them to contain their excitement about returning to their favorite theme park, and to go in their Halloween costume made it even more exciting.
Brick-or-Treat is held every Saturday during the month of October from 5-9 pm. All the regular rides and fun at LEGOLAND still run and they add treat stations and Halloween entertainment throughout the park.
Brick-or-Treat festivities start at 5 pm and is a separate ticket to attend. You will receive a Brick-or-Treat wristband that will be checked at a few checkpoints through the park. Best thing is to get all day and Brick-or-Treat tickets that are sold online.
Jack loved being in charge of the special Brick-or-Treat map with all the Treat spots and Activities marked. We headed off towards the Heartland City for the Fall Festival to listen to the BOOgrass Band and to check out the Pumpkin Patch build. We stopped at several of the Treat Stations along the way. Our first stop we picked up Legoland bags to gather our treats. A couple lines were long but moved quickly. Since there were so many Treat Stations, you can come return to the busier stations and move on to the next. Each station had so much candy that we didn’t have to worry they would run out. The kids were so excited to be given a commemorative holiday Lego brick at one of the stations.
The Halloween decorations give the park a fun festive look. It doesn’t feel too scary and you don’t have to worry about spooky characters jumping out at you. It is definitely kid-friendly so that no one freaks out. My daughter Gia, gets easily spooked by Halloween decorations and it was so nice to celebrate and enjoy Halloween in a not-so-spooky atmosphere. Other guests were dressed in cool but not too scary costumes.
We made sure to hit up some rides within the park. It was quite entertaining to watch not just our kids, but all the kids in their costumes on the driving school ride. I really enjoyed how they transformed The Coast Cruise into the Ghost Cruise, a Halloween twist complete with tiny LEGO ghosts placed throughout the ride. We made our way to watch the Costume Contest that anyone can sign into to compete. It was great to see how creative everyone was with their costumes. The 3 costume contest categories are Group, Lego, and Creative, and the prizes are awesome- from Lego merchandise to tickets to come back to the park. Next time we will come in a Group costume to snag some of those great prizes. We made sure to catch a break and also check out the themed entertainment staged around the Park “The Curse of the Hallowmeenie” show and entertainment from The Witchettes.
Our Saturday at LEGOLAND’S Brick-Or-Treat was by far the best Halloween festivities we have been to with our little kiddos. The event is suitable for young kids with an inviting atmosphere, tons of activities and never-ending candy at the Treat Stations, make for happy. I am looking forward to returning again.
This Saturday is your last chance to catch Brick-Or-Treat. Be sure and visit https://www.legoland.com/california/ for more information and tickets.