My family was pleasantly surprised when we arrived at Legoland Florida and realized it was the first day of Brick-or-Treat 2022. The Halloween event features decorations throughout the park, spooky shows, candy stations, music and lots more!
I had never been to Legoland, so I had no idea what to expect. The park was much bigger than I imagine, and it had a lot more to do than I thought.
The girls enjoyed grabbing treats from the stations as we walked around the park. The park provided bags to carry the treats, too. The event map shares the times to meet characters throughout the day.
We visited in September, and the heat was still intense. I highly recommend a change of clothes and a fan/misting fan. I appreciated that you could grab a cup of iced water at any refillable drink station throughout the park.
To my surprise, my 4-year-old couldn’t go on some of the rides because of height restrictions. One ride operator let her ride a roller coaster while another made us get out of line; each ride had a height requirement of 42 inches. Meanwhile, at Magic Kingdom, it was just Space Mountain that she couldn’t ride. I expected Legoland to have most if all rides be suitable for younger kids, heightwise.
We enjoyed the rides we rode as a family though, along with photo opps.
Mini USA was cool to see. I enjoyed seeing the LEGO creations.
As much as I liked the park, the food was not great. We stopped for a slice at a pizza place near the entrance, and I couldn’t even eat it. I do not recommend the food. Your best bet is to pack a picnic lunch and enjoy the sights of Legoland!
Have you been to Legoland Florida?