The world’s cosiest land turns scary when LEGOLAND® opens its doors to Halloween
LEGOLAND® goes Halloween, 8-30 October
For three weeks, the most charming ‘land’ in the world will be transformed into a domain of demons and dread! And some days you can stay extra-long, as darkness falls bringing scares aplenty...
The park will be packed with scary LEGOLAND creatures and amazing LEGO® built Halloween displays. On Brick or Treat Nights on 15-22 & 29 October, you can stay until 21:00, and watch the magic spread as lights begin to sparkle all over the park.
The following activities are open from 17.00 - 20.00 on Brick or Treat Nights on 15-22 & 29 October:
- LEGO® NINJAGO® The Ride
- Lloyds Laser Maze
- Atlantis by SEA LIFE™
- The Dragon
- Ghost – The Haunted House
- Frog Hopper
- DUPLO® Planes
- Western Ride
- Pirate Boats
- Chief Longears
- Pirate Carousel
- LEGO Studios
The backmost part of the park from the King's Castle and Vikings River Splash will be closed from 5 p.m.
New! Halloween – Brick or Treat
Follow the Brick or Treat trail and meet scary LEGOLAND® characters in their crazy Halloween houses. If you don’t play any tricks, you will be rewarded with small gifts and treats at every stop along the way. You can enjoy the Brick or Treat experience day and night – but beware: the local residents undergo a terrible transformation when darkness falls!
It costs DKK 20 to take part in Brick or Treat, and all profits go directly to the Merlin’s Magic Wand.
The number of Brick or Treat bags per day is limited.
Bags for sale:
- From 10 a.m. - to be used only during time intervals:
- 12 noon - 2 p.m.
- 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
- From 3 p.m. - to be used only during time intervals:
- 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
- 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Bags are sold on the 'first come, first served' principle.
See what to do:
Scarily fun shows
Psst ... Dress up in your scariest Halloween costume and enter the park free of charge (offer valid for children aged 3-12, in the period 8-30 October)*.
* A ‘costume’ is defined as an outfit, a set of clothes, face painting or props that represent a Halloween character. LEGOLAND reserves the right not to grant free admission to children who are not sufficiently dressed up or wearing a Halloween costume.