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Ultimate Brick-or-Treat Halloween Party at LegoLand California

We visited as a guest of Legoland

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Get your kids Halloween costumes ready and prepare for the ultimate family fun at the Legoland California Brick-or-treat Halloween party happening on select nights throughout the month of October. Our kids got dressed in their favorite Halloween costumes, and we celebrated my sons 9th birthday by trick-or-treating around Legoland California during one of their recent brick-or-treat parties.

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The park closes early on the select brick-or-treat nights, and the fun begins throughout the park. New this year, the trick-or-treat stations are not secluded to one specific area of the park, but can be found throughout all of Legoland California.

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Our adventure began by experiencing the all-new Candy Quest. Our kids had the adventure of a lifetime walking through the themed building while collecting candy along the way. They laughed, giggled, and answered questions during this interactive experience.

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Next we stopped for some entertainment as the kids joined a “not so spooky” storytelling time. The kids loved every minute as three hilarious storytellers told a fun Halloween-themed story to all the children.

 

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Then it was time for the highlight of the evening – trick-or-treating! Our kids collected candy along the treat trail and different items at the treat stations. From Lego magazines to masks, even my little food allergy sufferer was able to participate in the trick-or-treating fun.

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While we were trick-or-treating, we stopped to join in the excitement happening at the Hubble Bubble’s Dance Party. Our kids danced and celebrated Halloween with all of their friends during this interactive dance party. The party was on the roof of the model shop where our kids could see all the fun happening in Miniland. We didn’t stay long so that we didn’t miss out on the fun happening down below in Miniland.

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Upon arriving at Miniland, our kids signed-up to be a part of the Halloween costume contest. There were three groups available for kids to sign-up for including group costumes, Lego themed costumes, and most creative costume. (Registration begins at 4 pm for guests under the age of 12 so make sure and register upon arrival)

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Once the kids were registered for the costume contest, they took a break to watch the entertainment on the Miniland Stage. There is entertainment happening on this stage throughout the party. From the “Boo Crew Welcome” to the “Monster Fighter Mash” your kids will be entertained throughout the brick-or-treat celebration at the Miniland Stage. If your family ends up on the other side of the park and needing to take a break from walking around, there is also festive entertainment happening throughout the night at the Courtyard Theater Stage.

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One of our favorite things to do at Legoland California during brick-or-treat is taking memorable photos with our family. There are many photo opportunities including the ability to take a family photo inside a giant lego jack-o-lantern or photo snap a pic with Lord Vampyre and The Mummy.

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End your Halloween celebration at Legoland California with an interactive Ghost Scavenger Hunt. Your family will embark on a ghostly cruise in search of Lego ghosts!

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Brick-or-Treat Party Nights is only happening on October 17th, 24th and 30th from 5-9pm. Hurry and get your tickets before they are sold out online at California.Legoland.com.

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2 Comments

  1. This looks like it could be a ton of fun. How are the crowds on a Saturday night? Will we be in lines forever? Are rides open during this too?

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