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Brick or Treat Party Nights at Legoland California!

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Last week we had the opportunity to attend Brick or Treat Party Nights at Legoland California! This was our first year attending the halloween inspired event, happening Saturday nights in October! The Not-So-Spooky activities included a dance party, costume contests, nighttime trick-or-treating on the Brick-or-Treat Trails, holiday inspired music, a light show and the entertaining “Boo Crew”!

We were welcomed through the gates by a giant Lego pumpkin, where guests had the opportunity to climb inside for a fun photo opp! The party started at 5pm, which is when the park usually closes and we were excited to see the park at night. Only certain areas of the park remained opened, however all of the rides within those areas were open and we literally walked right on. We were all thrilled!

Two Brick-or-Treat trails were available and one opened earlier than the other. I was disappointed to find out that you could only go through ONE Brick-or-Treat Trail (NOT BOTH) and when the kids were turned down at the second trail, I was a bit perturbed, to say the least. Kids don’t really “get” why they can’t go through both and I thought it was a bit of a #fail on Legoland’s part, especially since they have SO many wee ones that just don’t get it and I saw a few who were quite upset. It is important to note that this was the only downfall to the Brick-or-Treat Party and I would still gladly attend in coming years.

I was impressed by the “treats” that Legoland gave out including bags of Baked Lays Chips, Lego Bricks, Lego Magazines and activities, a FREE Chipotle kids meal at any location in San Diego and minimal candy. Our dentist will certainly thank Legoland on our next visit!

There were loads of halloween themed decorations throughout the park included Lego ghosts, Lego witches, pumpkins and more! There were also a number of characters walking about and many who were on stilts (see picture below).  WOWZA!

We had a fantastic time enjoying the park at night and relishing in the many halloween decorations and activities! We were able to ride a large number of rides and both the kids and my husband and I really enjoyed that.  We will certainly attend next years festivities and I hope that ALL of the Brick-or-Treat Trails will be open to guests!

What You Need to Know…

– Brick-or-Treat Party Nights happen each Saturday night through October and the party is from 5pm to 9pm!

– A separate event ticket is NOT required! Akk Brick-or-Treat Party night festivities are included in the price of a regular one-day admission to Legoland California.

– Trick-or-Treat “goodies” are only available on the Brick-or-Treat trails and you may only walk through ONE trail during the party.

– Rides and attractions are open during the party in the areas that remain open during the party.

For more information about Brick-or-Treat Party Nights visit

Thank You to the folks at Legoland California for providing us with tickets to the event.

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  • Reply Nichol October 10, 2010 at 8:07 am

    I wonder why they only allow them to go on one trail? I find that weird. Anyways, sounds like a great time for everyone and I bet the kids were amazed at the people onstilts! I know it still amazes me lol
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  • Reply Not So Average Mama October 10, 2010 at 8:16 am

    Sounds like a fun time. That’s too bad about the second trail…
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  • Reply Virginia from Lady V dZine October 10, 2010 at 8:43 am

    My Hubs– I mean kids– would love it even if it were only 1 trail. And kudos to Legos for holding back on the sugary treats!
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  • Reply Whitney October 10, 2010 at 12:15 pm

    That sounds like fun & I love the decorations they made. I understand what you mean about the kids not getting it- it would probably be best if there were signs or something put up, so the parents would know they could only go on one trail.

  • Reply Stefani October 10, 2010 at 3:00 pm

    LegoLand is somewhere I have wanted to take my younger two children. We just went to Disneyland and Universal Studios this summer. I am hoping to make it to Legoland next year and maybe the San Diego Zoo.

    I am in the Sacramento area, so its a little of a drive but hopefully worth it!
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  • Reply Sam October 10, 2010 at 7:39 pm

    It sounds like it was a lot of fun overall.
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  • Reply Shop with Me Mama October 12, 2010 at 5:53 pm

    Sounds like your family had a wonderful time, even though your kids weren’t allowed to go on both trails. Maybe they will read your blog post and change it for next year? Anyways, glad you all had fun!!
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  • Reply Leslie October 20, 2010 at 12:08 pm

    I have been taking my kids to Brick-or Treat for the past three years. We always have a great time. The only negative was having to spend over an hour in line for the Trail, I was very happy to see the addition of another Trail. I asked an employee about the new trail and she told me that both trails had the exact same items. I appreciate that they worked on shortening our waiting in line time! It would be a good idea to post signs so that families are aware of the ONE Trail rule.

  • Reply Elizabeth October 24, 2010 at 10:54 am

    Ladies, both trails have the SAME handout by the same sponsors. Brick or treating got such a huge turnout last year they realized they needed to make two options to reduce the amount of time kids spent waiting in line to get their treats. As it were, we still had to wait in a pretty long line just to get onto the one trail. It’s a bummer that kids got disappointed, so make sure that you explain to your children that both trails are the same, just in different locations, so they can choose one or the other.

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