Halloween season begins today at the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort with Brick or Treat.
The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort has launched the annual Halloween celebration, Brick or Treat, which will run until November 2.
One of the oldest rides at the park, the Hill Train, will re-open and has been re-themed for Brick or Treat as the Haunted Hill Train. Spooky music and smoke will help set the scene for its Halloween makeover, as it takes guest to the Enchanted Forest. At the Enchanted Forest, visitors can engage in a range of activities, including the Halloween themed mosaic build, pumpkin building and colouring activities.
The Brick or Treat Trail will see young guests solve the mystery of the missing potion ingredients. They must discover the hidden doors and collect clues, which will lead them to the end of the trail where they can meet a special spooky friend and receive a Halloween treat.
Over on Miniland Lawn, there will be the chance to boogie with Frankie’s Monster Disco, where the giant minifigure will be joined by Lord Vampyre and Orange Brick. A fancy dress competition will see a prize given out each day to the spookiest dressed guest. In Miniland itself, fans will hand the world’s smallest pumpkin patch and ghostly goings-on.
In addition to Brick or Treat, the annual fireworks display will take place on October 20, 21, 26, 27 and November 2. Using special 3D glasses, the fireworks will be transformed into thousands of tiny LEGO bricks.
Tickets to the LEGOLAND Windsor Resort can be purchased at the official website.