Though kids at Rady Children’s Hospital may not get to go trick-or-treating this month, Legoland California Resort brought the spooky spirit to them on Friday.
Kids got to build Lego ghosts with the help of a Master Model Builder, work on aquarium-themed arts and crafts and see a stilt walker, juggler and globe walker all without leaving the hospital. They also got to talk to ninja hero Kai, a costumed Lego character.
The Rady Children’s patients were the first to experience Legoland’s Brick-or-Treat celebration which debuts Saturday. Brick-or-Treat Party Nights at Legoland will take place every Saturday this October, and Friday, October 30.
Brick-Or-Treat will feature multiple dance parties, costume contests, the Brick-Or-Treat Trail, treat stations and candy carts.