Disclaimer: I received free tickets to enjoy Legoland to help facilitate this post. All opinions and love of legos are my own.
Fall is here even in Florida we are feeling a change in the air. With the changing of the weather comes one of my favorite holidays Halloween. However this year Halloween is looking a lot different with the Coronavirus virus still swirling about. So like many families, we are looking for fun ways to celebrate that are safe. That’s where Legoland comes in. With their annual Brick or Treat event Halloween can still be enjoyed.
Available select nights in October Legoland are offering families a safe way to enjoy the holiday season and for kids to gathering up some delicious candy.
3 Simple Reasons Why Legoland Is The Best For Halloween
Reason One – Safety
From the moment you get out of your car, there are safety protocols in place. There is a temperature check before entering the park. Face masks are required to be worn at all times. Sanitation stations prior to boarding a ride and getting off. Rides are sanitized throughout the day. There are also social distancing markers on all rides so you never get too close.
I can honestly say as a mom with MS I felt very safe with my children in Legoland.
Reason Two – Food and Rides
I don’t know about you but for me, food always tastes better at a theme park. Fries are crispier, burgers juicer, and ice cream sweeter. At Legoland, the food was so good from apple fries to their new “Vampyre ShaDOUGH” cookie dough ice cream treat.
Add to that fun rides like Merlin’s Challenge, Beetle Bounce, or even The Dragon and well Everything is Awesome.
Reason Three – Halloween Fun
Legoland Halloween fun is by far the best reason to head to Brick or Treat. First, you have a completely contactless trick or treating for the kids. This means kids can safely get the treat without coming into contact with anyone.
There is a monster size dance party happening with Rockin’ Frankenstein. So you can show off your monster mash moves.
There are also great photo opportunities with characters that are safe and cool holiday Lego builds like a huge Lego pumpkin. Along with special holiday backgrounds for great family photos.
Family fun time together. This was my first Brick or Treat event and my nieces first trip to Legoland and it was so much fun. I can’t believe I haven’t been sooner. It truly was a great day and in the words of Emmet “Everything is Awesome”.