Building a Halloween Tradition at Legoland


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San Diego’s biggest Halloween celebration for kids is back with a vengeance. Every Saturday and Sunday this month Legoland offers its annual Brick-or-Treat Party Nights—complete with costume contests, family-friendly live performances, and park-wide trick-or-treating. The adjacent Sea Life Aquarium is in on the fun, too: the Southern California Tide Pool will be tricked out with an extra Brick-or-Treat station. For the first time this year, every night will conclude with a fireworks grand finale. But the real showstopper? An 850-pound jack-o’-lantern made of 22,000 Lego bricks that’s open for family portraits.

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