We were so excited last year when we made our trip to California, as we had a spare day and were finally going to take the kids to Legoland! Neither of us had ever been, but we’d been eager to take our Lego-loving family there ever since they were little. Our day was full of rides, Lego-building and much more. What made it even better was the time of year, because we got to experience Legoland Brick or Treat!
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This was just a fun family trip, not sponsored, so we were free to do everything just as we pleased. Nab your park tickets from Get Away Today for the best deals, then check your dates to see if they’re doing Brick-or-Treat a night you’ll be there. Use promo code: BMHDisney for $10 off your vacation package.
Even during the day, before the fun party starts in the evening, you can find Halloween themed treats, cups and other souvenirs. We got the fun mug, and were very tempted to try one of the tasty caramel apples!
The decor was fantastic – Pumpkins built from Legos, lanterns and lights everywhere, complete with hanging cobwebs. The GIANT lego spider wasn’t my personal favorite, but the kids thought it was hilarious!
They have a little ‘Enchanted Walk’ area that opens when the Brick-or-Treat party starts, but it was too crowded so we didn’t try it out. It looked like more fun Lego scenes and decorations, possibly more treat stops.
Once the party starts, they begin to separate those who have at ticket (wrist band) for it from those that need to leave the park. It doesn’t get super busy or crazy at first, but after a little bit the lines for the treat stops are massive and it’s a bit difficult to get around. To make up for that, though, there’s so much entertainment! From bands and live music, to costumed people walking around on stilts. There’s also plenty of Lego characters, such as FRIENDS, walking around to keep guests happy. The kids LOVED it!
The treat stops were everywhere, and they weren’t skimping on the candy! We finally told our kids we weren’t going to anymore, since they’d already gotten way more candy than we could eat the whole trip! We enjoyed the music, dancers, characters and decor a bit more. The lines for rides were a bit busy, but not too bad.
While we weren’t big fans of how busy the Brick-or-Treating was, I think it was a popular night so not all of them would be that way. It was still WAY fun and worth going, especially if your kids want to dress up and really get into the fun!
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