Brick-or-Treat at Legoland Discovery Centre Toronto




There's a new Brick-or-Treat event coming to Legoland Discovery Centre Toronto this October. Jack and Parker discover the paranormal part of their town, Newbury. Will you join them on the hunt to explore and catch ghosts?

This Halloween party is built just for kids, and it's bringing a whole NEW spooktacular way to play with LEGO bricks! LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto's Brick-or-Treat featuring LEGO HIDDEN SIDE, will allow families to explore the 'hidden side' of LEGO sets with all new Augmented Reality experience.

Enjoy these family friendly activities:

● LEGO HIDDEN SIDE: Explore the 'hidden side' of LEGO and hunt the ghosts.
● Chase the ghosts down the zip line and catch them in the graveyard.
● Brick or Treating: Collect free LEGO pieces to build your own Halloween LEGO creation to take home!
● Complete the scavenger hunt for your chance to win a bricktacular prize!
● Build your ghost hunting vehicle and put it to the test.
● Dance Party Takeovers: show off those fang-tastic dance moves.
● MINILAND Takeover: the ghosts have taken over.
● Crazy Cool Costumes: Wear your Halloween costume for a fun costume party with your LEGO friends!
● and much more!

Find the ghosts and save Newbury! More info available at: https://toronto.legolanddiscoverycentre.ca/whats-inside/events/brick-or-treat-1/.

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