LEGOLAND Takes Over Goshen Village For Halloween ‘Brick-Or-Treat’
The folks at LEGOLAND are inviting kids from across the Hudson Valley to the Village of Goshen for special LEGO Halloween treats and a party featuring a very special guest.
As LEGOLAND continues to plan for their 2020 opening, the theme park is reaching out to the local community to help give everyone a taste of what's to come. Brick-Or-Treat is a month-long event at LEGOLAND theme parks where visitors can celebrate Halloween in kid-friendly, LEGO style.
Since the theme park isn't open yet, this year's Brick-Or-Treat will take over the Village of Goshen, and there's no admission ticket needed. Kids from all over the Hudson Valley are invited to the village on Halloween to trick-or-treat at local businesses that have partnered with LEGOLAND to give out special LEGO-themed treats.
Just look for the Brick-Or-Treat signs on the windows of participating businesses and head inside for the special LEGO treats. After visiting the shops and filling up that treat bag, costumed kids are invited back to the LEGOLAND Community Welcome Center from 2 pm to 8 pm for candy, cider, games, contests, and a chance to take a selfie with "Count de Bricks," the newest LEGO character.
For more details, you can visit the LEGOLAND New York Facebook page.