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Brick-or-Treat returning to Legoland California with its first-ever scare zone

by Brittani Tuttle

Legoland California Resort will soon transform into the ultimate Halloween party during the return of Brick-or-Treat, happening every Saturday in October — and this year will feature a not-so-spooky first.

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Photos courtesy of Legoland California Resort

Guests can dress up in their Halloween costumes, dance with the Midnight Monster Jam, sample sweets from 15 different treat stations, take photos surrounded by all the fall décor and interact with frightfully fun entertainment.

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This year, the celebration is back with a new digital Pop Badge Challenge. Video clues will be scattered throughout the park, sending guests on a mission to become Halloween detectives and find a missing party guests while uncovering an exclusive 2021 Brick-or-Treat pop badge.

A not-so-frightening first will also make its debut this year — the first-ever Legoland Scare Zone! Located in Adventure Club, the scare zone will take guests through ancient Egypt, a jail cell, the rainforest, and an ice cave. Inside, guests will encounter creepy crawlies, eerie music and not-so-scary actors.

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Brick-or-Treat will also welcome back fan-favorite Lego characters including Lego Witch, Lego Frankenstein, Lego Mummy, plus all the fall-time favorite characters at the resort for photo-ops. Guests will also have the chance to boogie down to intergalactic beats at Club Astrobash and the dance party, Midnight Monster Jam. Kids can also take part in the interactive Frankenstein’s Lab show, where they’ll use their imaginations to bring his Lego Monsters to life.

Four Costume Contest Parades will take place each Saturday during Brick-or-Treat, offering the chance for guests to win prizes for their ensembles in three categories: Best Lego Costume, Most Creative Homemade Costume, and Best Group Costume.

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Brick-or-Treat is a special event, and admission can be purchased for as low as $98.99 if purchased online and in advance. Regular park admission is included with the purchase of a special event ticket, and the party kicks off at 3 p.m. and continues until 8 p.m. on event nights.

To learn more and to purchase tickets, visit Legoland.com/California.

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