Legoland Florida Kicks Off Brick or Treat Halloween Event
This weekend, Legoland Florida kicked off its annual Brick or Treat event with new health measures in place to keep guests safe — including contactless trick-or-treating.
In addition to the park’s year-round attractions (including Legoland Water Park), Brick or Treat features activities and attractions for kids of all ages and their families.
Health and Safety Measures at Brick or Treat
The park is implementing several health and safety measures for this year’s Brick or Treat. The park is launching a virtual queue system on the Legoland Florida mobile app for some of the park’s most popular attractions. This system will promote social distancing while giving guests more time to explore the park.
Six outdoor trick-or-treating locations throughout the park have been designed to allow for social distancing and contactless distribution of candy using “candy chutes” as seen in the photo below.
According to a news release from the park, employees at the trick-or-treating locations “will wear face coverings (masks and/or face shields) and gloves, and all character/performer interactions will be staged using generous spacing, of six feet or more, and elevated platforms.”
Additionally, the park is extending the hours for Brick or Treat event dates. The theme park will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on all event dates (weekends in October through Halloween) with character experiences and shows throughout the day. Trick-or-treating stations will be available from 1 to 6 p.m. Of course, still check the park’s operating calendar before you go.
These new measures supplement the park’s enhanced health and safety measures introduced when the park reopened in June. These include more than 200 hand sanitizer dispensers, cashless payments, temperature checks and consistent cleaning practices. More information about those measures is available on the park’s website.
The park will offer two spooky shows during the event:
- The Groovin’ Graveyard — “A graveyard comes to life with ghoulish delight, after musical spirits are awakened from their eternal slumber. Get ready to groove as this haunted group drums up some skele-fun!”
- A Candy-Coated Curse — “It’s Halloween night, and some curious trick-or-treaters have ventured into City Hall to find themselves in a sticky situation. Join them as they sing and dance their way through solving A Candy-Coated Curse in this live show!”
The “Monster Moments” meet-and-greet character experiences will give guests the chance to meet “Rockin’ Frankenstein, Mummy, and Lord Vampyre.”
Guests also will be able to meet other character favorites such as Scarecrow, Spider Lady, Brickbeard and others.
All character and performer interactions will be staged using generous spacing, of six feet or more, and elevated platforms.
Additional Brick or Treat Activities
Brick or Treat will include other activities such as a scavenger hunt and two Lego-building events.
Guests will also find numerous photo ops scattered throughout the park.
Brick or Treat Sweets
The sweets don’t stop with the candy. The park is offering desserts such as the new “Vampypre ShaDOUGH,” an edible chocolate chip cookie dough topped with sprinkles and candy.
Other offerings include Granny’s Harvest Apple Fries with pumpkin ice cream and Mummy’s Snack Mix for a sweet and salty mix of caramel corn, Chex Mix, marshmallows and candy.
Brick or Treat is included with general information and will run Saturdays and Sundays in October through Saturday, October 31 (Halloween). For more information, visit the Legoland Florida website.
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