LEGOLAND Resorts Announces Brick-or-Treat Halloween Events and Activities

LEGOLAND Resorts in North America has announced that its annual Brick-or-Treat Halloween celebration will feature a new monster party.

LEGOLAND California, Florida and New York will celebrate Halloween this fall with new Monster characters, treat stations, not-so-scary decorations, entertainment and the release of an exclusive new 4D movie: The Great Monster Chase!


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The Monster Party begins when guests enter each LEGOLAND theme park, with employees providing roving entertainment, contests and a Miniland scavenger hunt. Guests are encouraged to come dressed up and dance at the new VIM (Very Important Monsters) dance party hosted by Lord Vampyre.

The Halloween-themed events also include a new show dubbed Operation Monster Squad, which challenges guests to do their best to prove they can walk, growl and dance like a monster.

Brick-or-Treat has become a popular annual tradition for the amusement park brand and it wouldn’t be the same without giving all the little monsters tricks and treats, including candies, pop badges and a brick to commemorative theme.

Additionally, LEGOLAND Resorts will offer Halloween-themed food and beverage options, such as a limited-edition Pumpkin Spice twist on the park’s Granny’s Apple Fries.

As part of a general admission ticket, Monster Party includes access to the new Great Monster Chase 4D movie, encounters with LEGO characters, entry to the VIM Dance Party and rides on the Disco Dragon Coaster.

At LEGOLAND California, the Halloween party will take place every Saturday between September 17 and October 29, while the festivities at Florida Park will take place every weekend between September 24 and October 30.

LEGOLAND New York will host the Monster Party every weekend from October 1-30.

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