Part of Visit Orlando's 13 Weeks of Frightful Fun in Orlando.
Visit Orlando continues our 13 Weeks of Frightful Fun in Orlando with this week's ghostly good tip to help plan your Halloween fun in Orlando.
As if hundreds of kids in adorable costumes and more treats than you can shake a witch's broomstick at wasn't enough, a huge Jack-O-Lantern made from LEGO bricks and build your own spooky LEGO models makes this a Halloween "Block" party your family won't want to miss.
Ghouls, ghosts, goblins and even Mr. Potato Head return every weekend in October for LEGOLAND Florida's second annual, kid-friendly Halloween celebration of Brick-Or-Treat presented by Wells Fargo. This month-long spooky, kooky event takes place on Saturdays in October from 10am to 9pm and Sundays in October from 10am to 5pm.
With extended hours on Saturdays, LEGOLAND Florida gets a bit more spooky after the sun sets and the fog rolls in on the LEGO cities of Miniland USA. This is a great opportunity to experience this park at night for even more family fun.
The signature party photo moment is with the world's largest LEGO Jack-O-Lantern made of 26,500 LEGO bricks.
During the event, Miniland USA will transform into a fun, haunted scavenger hunt for the whole family with the invasion of LEGO® Monster Fighters and their enemies.
This thrilling family event also features trick-or-treating along the brick-or-treat trail, a kids' four category costume contest with brick-tastic prizes and a build your own Halloween themed LEGO® pumpkin model activity station.
During Brick-or-Treat at LEGOLAND Florida, guests can also experience more than 50 rides, shows and attractions. The event is included with normal park admission. For the most current information on LEGOLAND Florida special events, operating schedule and to purchase tickets, visit http://www.legoland.com/.
If you haven't experienced the one-of-a-kind family fun of LEGOLAND Florida, this October is a great time to dress up your little ghouls and goblins and head just south of Orlando for a boo-riffic time.
Check back next week for more Halloween in Orlando insider tricks and treats from Visit Orlando.