Did you know that LEGO is 55 years old? Yes those little colored bricks have been giving us hours of pleasure both as children and adults (don’t tell anyone) for all that time. When LEGO turned 50 in 2008 a whole lot of statistics were published like the fact that more than 400 billion bricks had been manufactured making that an astounding 62 bricks per person in the world.
Since LEGOLAND opened in Orlando, Florida – the biggest one yet – hundreds of visitors have walked through the gates to enjoy the rollercoasters, rides and the waterpark. And of course, the Imagination Zone where they can get their hands on the bricks.
It’s here that you can try your hand at building a computerised robot, a LEGO car and even play LEGO Video games.
Red, Brick and Boom it’s the 4th July! Yes with special 3-D glasses visitors will be able to ‘convert’ the astonishing fireworks into ‘millions of exploding bricks’.
Brick or Treat for Halloween will be celebrated every Saturday and Sunday in October. There will be plenty of spooky candy stations where you can apply your Halloween tactics.
You’ll be able to ‘brick or treat’ your way around the special trail or enter a costume contest and of course build your own Halloween model. Watch out for all those ghosts and ghouls though and the largest LEGO brick Jack ‘O Lantern.
Somewhere to stay
If you want to be close to the action at LEGOLAND and the other Orlando theme parks, you don’t need to build your own LEGO villa. We have some great luxury vacation homes to offer in Orlando. Of course all the other theme parks will have their own take on Halloween too so make sure you visit them all.
Our luxury villas in Reunion Resort are really close to all the action but are tucked away in this private, gated resort which is quiet and secluded. You can book your vacation accommodation easily online with real time help if you need it. Don’t forget to include car hire and attraction tickets at the same time.