The annual Halloween event is coming to LEGOLAND Billund with plenty of spooky goings-on to entertain fans.
LEGOLAND Billund is being transformed for Halloween and concluding the season with a fireworks display on Sunday, October 31. The theme park will then open on weekends in November for the very first time.
‘We are really looking forward to once again inviting you to a huge fireworks show in LEGOLAND, and to four extra opening weekends in November. It also means good chances to experience LEGOLAND when darkness falls, and see the lights create a magical atmosphere in the park,’ says Event Manager Christina Østergaard Hansen.
‘Again this year, LEGOLAND is something very special for Halloween due to the many beautiful decorations and decorations in the park. There is also a very special and adventurous atmosphere in Miniland, which has been visited by ghosts, witches and pumpkin monsters.’
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From October 16 until 23, young children will be able to get a Brick or Treat bag and go trick or treating. A pumpkin patch will inspire budding builders to put their own pumpkin together and incorporate their own scary designs.
‘Brick or Treat will of course return again this year for Halloween. It is our very own version of the well-known ‘trick or treat’, which gives the children the opportunity to meet our (un) cozy creatures such as werewolves, witches and crazy professors. It is so nice for both us and our guests,’ adds Christina.
More information is available at the official LEGOLAND Billund website.