The Windsor-based theme park has announced it will be hosting its annual Brick or Treat event, running from Thursday 15th October to Sunday 8th November.
That includes fancy dress competitions for kids, special trails, and heaps of spooky decorations around the park.
The new Haunted Lighthouse Halloween Show for 2020 is sure to be a hit, promising “songs from the supernatural and dazzling dances guaranteed to get everyone in the Halloween spirit”.
Tickets start from £33pp when booked online, which includes access to the theme park’s rides and attractions. Pre-booking is required during the pandemic.
If you don’t live near Windsor, the good news is that there are currently cheap short breaks up for grabs. In fact, you can currently bag overnight stays from £97.25pp at the LEGOLAND Resort Hotel and LEGOLAND Castle Hotel.
That includes your theme park entry, hotel stay, a free LEGO gift for every child staying in the room, special entertainment and even a second day at the park for free.
Brick or Treat will offer plenty of extra fun alongside the existing rides.
As well as the new show, families can take part in a ‘Brick or Treat Trail’ using the park’s app to solve clues before heading to the Creepy Crypt to receive a goody bag from Lord Vampyre’s Butler.
Then there will be a mysterious walkthrough at the Enchanted Forest, as well as photo opps with giant LEGO pumpkin heads and huge spiders.
Head over to Miniland and keep an eye out for werewolves, mummies, and vampires dotted around the attraction.
Legoland has made a few changes to its health and safety measures during the pandemic – you can find out more here – but the good news is that most of the rides are open.