Halloween may be on a Monday this year, but over at Legoland, kids can trick-or-treat early on a haunted trail and party like it’s Halloween.
Every weekend in October, the brick-inspired theme park has hosted a trick-or-treating trail for the kids. has one more weekend to go before the Halloween fun is over.
Brick-or-Treat trails ends this weekend, with an opportunity to hit the trail on both Saturday and Sunday. Take the kids on a colorful journey through Legoland with stops for tasty treats, healthy snacks and a few surprises. Families can visit the trail from noon-9 p.m. on Saturday and noon-5 p.m. on Sunday. It’s a great way to let the kids go trick-or-treating while keeping things safe and family-friendly.
Tickets for the Brick-or-Treat trail fun are $55. The price includes admission to the adjoining aquarium plus a second day to the park for free. Click here to buy tickets.
Legoland also has a this Saturday, the last of its kind for the holiday. For $25, you can get into the park for night hours only (5-9 p.m.) and enjoy the party. There will be costume contests, a dance party, a Boo Crew that will keep you entertained with things like juggling and stilt-walkers, pumpkin patches and a monster show. The night will end with a sky show of fireworks at 9 p.m.
Want to celebrate Halloween early (and on a non-school night)? Visit Legoland this weekend for all of the spooktacular fun. Click here to purchase tickets for either event. Don't forget to wear your costume!