Know Before You Go
What to Expect
We saw so many special characters that only come out for this event and made a point to see as many as we could. There are at least 6 Halloween themed character stops including LEGO witch, LEGO mad scientist, and LEGO Lord Vampyre just to name a few.
Pro tip: if you’re there early, the lines are pretty empty for the characters!
LEGO Frankenstein has an extra special setup with a rock and roll stage and you can actually jam with him for a bit! The boys loved it and they even got to have some toy guitars to use for their moment.
Keep in mind Frankenstein is not available on Halloween day and only during select times of the day so download the event guide before your visit!
Throughout the park they have designated spots for kids to build Halloween themed LEGO things like spiders, a cobra and a mosaic. It was great to take a break from exploring to catch out breath and let the kids (and dad too) play for a bit!
We didn’t get to see everything offered during the event because we didn’t arrive early enough in the day but one thing I’m so glad we didn’t miss was the Monster Bash party. My boys had a BLAST dancing their little hearts out and letting out all their energy before settling in for the fireworks.
Brick or Treat Trail
What is a Halloween themed event without trick or treating right? Well, Legoland Florida’s version is their Brick or Treat Trail where kids under 12 can follow the decorated path and collect candy and other treats along the way.
Pro tip: if you wait until 30 minutes before it closes, you’ll avoid huge lines and wait times! We did this first thing when it opened and it was a longer wait than we expected. If you’re an annual passholder, the line opens 1 hour earlier so you get first dibs!
The whole trail is filled with tons of fun decor and one of my favorite parts was the pumpkin graveyard. It’s really impressive!
Fireworks at Legoland? Yes! Experience the tale of Captain Dreadbeard’s adventure to defeat the Imperial Navy during a battle to save
Pirates’ Cove. Enjoy dazzling lights as the sky fills with bricks during this fireworks spectacular.
Special viewing 3D glasses are provided to everyone and it makes the fireworks look like actual LEGO bricks falling from the sky.
Pro tip: Legoland offers a VIP package available for purchase that includes premium reserved firework seating, a guided walk through the Brick or Treat Trail, an exclusive LEGO character dance party, a LEGO gift, face painting, a souvenir group picture and light snacks and desserts.
- Get there early when the park opens to have as much time as possible to enjoy all the festivities.
- Try some of the themed food like Pumpkin Spice Granny Apple Fries or Spooky Trail Mix!
- You can bring your own bag for trick-or-treating if you’d like but they provide one at the beginning of the Brick or Treat trail.
- Seating for the fireworks starts at 7:00 pm and if you want a good seat definitely head in there early.
- The whole park is open so you don’t have to just to Brick or Treat activities, enjoy the other stuff too.
- If you have a child on the spectrum or with special needs, they’ll benefit from the Hero Pass.