On Oct. 12 more than 700 vampires braved the sunshine as they attempted to break the world record for the most people dressed as vampires in one location at one time.
Although Legoland came up short of the Guinness World Record of 1,039 recorded last year, children and their families had fun taking pictures, interacting with entertainers and enjoying the festive atmosphere, said the family theme park in a press release.
All the little vampires who showed were each given a return ticket to the Park as a thank you.
“We are always looking for ways to expand on our popular Brick-or-Treat experience with new interactive experiences and breaking the world record for the most vampires seemed like good family fun,” said Legoland California Resort General Manager Peter Ronchetti.
Legoland's Brick-or-Treat Halloween celebration continues for two more weekends. The Saturday night event is geared for children 12 and under and includes two Brick-or-Treat trails plus a bonus treat station at SEA LIFE Aquarium for a safe, fun and entertaining trick-or-treating experience plus costume contests, festive music, entertainment, an animated light show and fireworks to cap off the night at 9 p.m.