Brick-or-Treat! at LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto

Spooky LEGO® fun is guaranteed for families this October as the attraction announces the return of Brick-or-Treat, the Halloween-themed weekend event beginning October 6 and including October 31.




There is no shortage of spooky LEGO® fun for families this October as LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre Toronto reveals the return of its Brick-or-Treat event, held each weekend throughout the month beginning Saturday, October 6 in addition to Halloween Day.

Families can look forward to a variety of special activities at the Centre including costume contests, scavenger hunts, boo-tiful LEGO builds, a zombie takeover in MINILAND®, a positively perfect pumpkin trail, and more!

"Halloween is such a creative, hands-on event, and what better way to celebrate than with LEGO," said Noel Straatsma, Master Model Builder, LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto. "With a variety of Halloween-themed LEGO activities, families have a lot to look forward to."

Plus, on October 13, visitors can witness the live, annual Creative Crew competition from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., where more than 100 children will compete in a creative LEGO building challenge, judged by Noel, the LEGO Master Model Builder, to secure a spot on the Centre's 12-member Creative Crew. Selected winners get the chance to work on special projects with Noel in addition to receiving VIP perks.    

General admission tickets are available online now starting from a discounted rate of $15.60. Children two and under are free. Adults must be accompanied by a child with the exception of adult nights.

Find out more at: www.toronto.legolanddiscoverycentre.ca/whats-inside/events/brick-or-treat/.

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