Brick or Treat at LEGOLAND Florida 2020: Photos and Video from Preview Day

Hi everyone!

A friend who works as a Model Citizen invited us to a Brick or Treat preview at LEGOLAND Florida a few days back. It was a lot of fun! Characters can be found around the park, there are shows and plenty of decorations. The preview was strictly Brick or Treat, the rides were not open. Brick or Treat runs Saturdays and Sundays in October through Halloween: Oct. 3-4, 10-11, 17-18, 24-25 and 31. The theme park is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on all event dates. Read below for all the details with our photos and video.

There are Halloween banners above the turnstiles with characters you can find at Brick or Treat.

LEGO themed Halloween decorations are around the park.

Here is our video overview including all the characters.

The Vampyre Hearse is going to be popular! It is a large LEGO hearse near The Big Shop. This LEGO Model was built with more than 280,000 bricks!

The hearse also took more than 2400 hours to build. It is a life-size version of a retired LEGO Vampyre Hearse set.

There is a spooky backdrop behind the hearse.

And a figure sits inside.

Photo opportunities are sometimes with real characters, sometimes with LEGO models.

Duplo Valley has decorations and there were autumn themed stilt performers.

The performers greet guests.

Around the park, there are also LEGO themed tombstones.

This familiar LEGO figure is also celebrating Halloween.

A LEGO pumpkin makes a great photo op.

A LEGO scarecrow in Duplo Valley.

Stilt pirate performers were also in the park.  

There is a new way of trick-or treating this year. Candy chutes allow candy distribution from a distance. There are six outdoor trick-or-treating locations that allow for contact-free distribution of candy.  Trick or treating at LEGOLAND is geared towards children, although our preview was primarily attended by adults.

Here is a candy chute in use. Guests put their candy bags at the end of the chute to catch the candy.

The Brick or Treat bags are fun.

This is a sampling of candy, as well as GoGo Squeeze Yogurtz.

We tried a sample of Granny’s Harvest Pumpkin Fries with Pumpkin Ice Cream. The pumpkin ice cream made a fun addition.

Shows are also available this year. We went to A Candy-Coated Curse. It is a cute show, we were sat apart from other guests. Here are a few photos.

LEGOLAND says about the show, It’s Halloween night, and some curious trick-or-treaters have ventured into City Hall to find themselves in sticky situation. Join them as they sing and dance their way through solving A Candy-Coated Curse in this live show!

This show is also a returning one, with one main difference being the performers are spaced out from each other and maybe more distanced from the audience.

The other show is called The Groovin’ Graveyard. LEGOLAND says about it,  “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!”  We are limiting our time indoors at theme parks right now so we didn’t visit it this year, but our friends enjoyed the show.

There are quite a few LEGO characters to meet! LEGOLAND calls this LEGO Monster Moments and include quite a few favorites like Rockin’ Frankenstein, Mummy and Spider Lady. I will post an article of just characters today since I have so many photos. These are distanced meets as we’ve become accustomed to this year.

The first character we meet was the LEGO Mummy.

Mad Scientist was not listed on our map but he was out for a bit too.

LEGO Lord Vampyre with Jeff in a distanced photo. There are markers on the ground to tell guests where to stand.

LEGO Witch.

Rockin’ Frankenstein.

LEGO Scarecrow.

Spider Lady.

There are a lot of fun elements to Brick or Treat and it is similar to previous years in a more distanced way.

What we didn’t do: LEGO fans can help craft an enormous LEGO® mosaic masterpiece brick by brick in LEGO® Kingdoms or challenge their friends in a ghostly pirate shipwreck-themed competition build to win LEGO® prize packs! Each child participating in the LEGO® build activities will receive pre-bagged set of bricks to join in on the fun.

Practical information rom LEGOLAND Florida:

This can’t-miss event, along with our upcoming Holidays at LEGOLAND®, starting in November, is included with general admission and Awesome, Awesomer and Awesomest Annual Passes, starting at $12/month with no small down payment. The Awesomer Pass grants you unlimited admission to the Theme Park and Water Park with no blockout dates. For more information, visit

NEW! As an extra safety measure to help manage social distancing, LEGOLAND has extended its hours for Brick or Treat event dates. The theme park is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on all event dates with character experiences and spooky shows throughout the day. Trick-or-treating candy stations will run from 1 to 6 p.m. LEGOLAND Water Park will be open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on event dates. Guests are encouraged to check for any park hour updates.

  • NEW! Virtual line launches on the official LEGOLAND Florida® Mobile App this weekend! Now, guests can join the virtual line for some of our most popular attractions and build some extra play into their day – save their space in line and be free to enjoy the rest of the theme park until they get a notification that it’s time to return and ride! Social distancing has never been easier or more fun.
  • Our trick-or-treating locations have been thoughtfully planned to allow extra spacing for families and contactless distribution of candy.
  • In addition to social distancing, all employees at these stations 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.
  • Since our reopening on June 1, LEGOLAND Florida Resort has safely welcomed families to play in our parks and stay in our resorts with enhanced health and safety measures, including more than 200 hand sanitizer locations, cashless payments, temperature checks upon arrival, and consistent cleaning practices.
  • Guests can read more about how LEGOLAND is making it safe to play at