Legoland Florida, in Winter Haven, is announcing that its Halloween event, Brick-or-Treat, is returning this year.
The park says this Halloween party, specifically built for kids, takes place on seven dates in October, featuring a uniquely Lego lineup of spooky, kooky, "brick-tacular" activities.
Legoland says Brick-or-Treat is included with all forms of park admission, with no extra ticket required.
Now in its sixth year, the event includes a special Halloween-themed fireworks spectacular each event date, with the exception of Oct. 31.
It also includes trick-or-treating in the theme park, exclusive character meet-and-greets, several hands-on Lego building activities and giant Lego models cleverly positioned for selfies or other snapshots.
This year, as part of the festivities, Legoland "Model Citizens" will roam the park looking for guests in awesome costumes, with Lego prizes awarded on the spot to the most creatively dressed.
Other events will include a trio of large Lego Jack-O'-Lanterns that will come alive each evening for an "animated" performance of spooky tunes, and families and friends will get to gather for a photo opportunity inside a giant Lego Halloween globe.
Events from years past are back, as well.
These events, old favorites, include scavenger hunts, trick-or-treating, and Halloween Meet-and-Greets.
There is also the return of photo opportunities with the world’s largest Lego pumpkin and the 13-foot Vampyre Hearse, a life-size replica of a real Lego set from the 2014 Monster Fighters line.
Brick-or-Treat takes place from 10am till 8pm Saturday and Sunday Oct. 14-15, Saturday and Sunday Oct. 21-22, and Saturday and Sunday Oct. 28-29.
The event also takes place Tuesday, Oct. 31, but closes at 7pm ... because Tuesday is a school night.