Legoland makes Halloween kid-friendly with 'Brick or Treat'

- Legoland Florida is throwing its own Halloween party for kids.

For select dates in October, the resort will feature a lineup of activities, that are "lightly frightful" and targets ages 2 to 12. . The event is included in regular park admission.

Families can go trick-or-treating, and if everyone gets sick of the candy, there are other food options such as pumpkin-spiced apple fries and harvest pizza. Brick activities will also be available, of course, where children can learn how to build spooky things like spiders. There will also be fireworks, except on October 31, and the youngsters can meet LEGO Vampyre and Mummy, and other spooky characters.

FOX 13's Walter Allen filled in for Charley and went out to meet the not-so-scary characters and learn more about the theme park's Halloween fun.

Brick or Treat
1 Legoland Way
Winter Haven, FL 33884

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