WINTER HAVEN, Fla. — Legoland Florida is hosting its annual "Brick or Treat" Halloween celebration every Saturday and Sunday in October.
The safe, family friendly event is making changes this year due to the pandemic. Parents will notice socially distant trick-or-treating stations with cool tubes that shoot candy into guests bags.
"We are the theme park built for kids, so we do our trick-or-treating during the day," says the park's Kelly Hornick.
The candy stations open at 1 p.m., although Halloween parties will be held throughout the park from open to close.
The theme park also brings out once-a-year monsters (I'm a big fan of Lego Mummy) for socially distant meet-and-greets, pictures and stage shows.
Kids are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes to the event.