Brick or Treat returns to Legoland Florida for safe and spooky fun

Weekends in October this year are about to get a little spooky, as Legoland Florida Resort’s Brick or Treat will return with safe, distanced neighborhood-style trick-or-treating and more.

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Parents and their costumed kids can set out on a candy quest to six themed trick-or-treating locations that have been planned to allow extra spacing for families and contactless candy distribution. In addition to the social distancing, all employees at these stations will wear face coverings (face masks and/or face shields) and gloves.

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The fun continues with the return of fan-favorite shows, “The Groovin’ Graveyard” and “A Candy-Coated Curse.” These shows will have showtimes throughout the day on all nine event dates.

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This event will also see the return of character experiences to Legoland Florida, with spooky friends that only appear during Brick or Treat. These characters include Rockin’ Frankenstein, Mummy, Lord Vampyre, and other Lego favorites like Scarecrow, Spider Lady, Brickbeard and more. All character and performer interactions will be staged with generous spacing of six feet or more, plus elevated platforms.

Kids are also invited to help craft a giant Lego mosaic brick by brick, or challenge themselves and their friends in a ghostly pirate shipwreck-themed competition build to win Lego prize packs. Each child taking part in the Lego build activities will receive a pre-bagged set of bricks.

Enhanced health and safety measures will be in place throughout Legoland Florida Resort, including reduced capacity, cashless payments, temperature checks upon arrival, and consistent cleaning practices.


This event is included with general admission, as well as the Awesome, Awesomer and Awesomest annual passes. To learn more, head to


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