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Legoland California's Brick-or-Treat Returns for Halloween

With sweeter treats, exciting entertainment and not-so-spooky thrills, it’ll be fun for the whole family

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    Legoland California Resort is being transformed into a monster mash bash for its Brick-or-Treat Party Nights on select days in September and October.

    There will be 16 treat stations around the park with more than 1 million pieces of candy where kids and parents can go to satisfy their sweet tooth.

    Kids will be able to enjoy a pumpkin patch building activity at the Heartlake City Fall Festival with the chance to meet Lego Friends.

    Midnight Monster Jam will be at the Fun Town Stage where guests will be able to dance next to the monster crew as they bring their spooky fun character concert to life.

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    There will also be a ghost cruise where paranormal investigators will take you on a guided tour through the most haunted places in the world.

    This year's costume contest themes will be group, creative and Lego.

    The contest is open for children 12 and under. Guests older than 12 can participate in the group contest only if they’re accompanied by a child 12 and under.

    The first-place winner will receive four Legoland California standard membership passes, a Lego toy and a Legoland hotel stay.

    Second place winner will receive four Legoland California Resort Hopper tickers and a Lego toy. The third place winner will receive two Legoland California Resort Hopper Tickers and a Lego toy.

    New this year, is Frankenbrick’s Lab where kids will be able in join an interactive show with a chance to act as scientists on stage by creating their own slime.

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    Kids will also need to use their own imagination and help Dr. Frankenbrick bring his Lego monster to life. Other activities include live entertainment, the AstroBash Dance Party, character meet and greets, family building activities and much more.

    Legoland Hotel and the new Legoland Castle Hotel will be joining in on the fun with their own Halloween celebration Friday and Saturday nights.

    At the Legoland hotel, guests can enjoy The Monster Bash, where they will be transformed into monsters and the only cure is to dance! Guests will also be able to enjoy monster training from the Hotel’s certified monster trainer.

    Guests at Hotel Castle will be able to enjoy juggling, acrobatics, games, the Musical Monsters Show and more.

    Admission will need to be purchased to attend Brick-or-Treat Party Nights. Tickets start at $54 if purchased online in advance. Tickets for a full day admission to Legoland California, Sea Life Aquarium and Brick-or-Treat Party start at $79 per day. The Brick-or-Treat Party Nights will be every Saturday beginning September 29th through October 27th. starting at 5 p.m. through 9 p.m. giving guest time to enjoy the park after dark. 

    For more information visit their website.