Brick and Treat - Celebrate Halloween at LEGOLAND Discovery Centre

Top Quote Celebrate Halloween at LEGOLAND Discovery Centre this October, Professor Frankenbrick has taken over the factory and he needs help creating his special Halloween Lego Bricks. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) October 16, 2010 - There are spooky goings on in Manchester this Halloween as Professor Frankenbrick has taken over the factory at the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre.

    The spooky season, which starts on 1st October, runs all month and will see the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre in Manchester get a seriously scary, spook-over. There are gremlins in the system and the professor needs help getting the machine back up and running to make his special Halloween bricks in celebration of this the most eerie of months.

    Little ones will love getting in the spirit of the season as they complete the Brick & Treat trail at the centre, where they'll need to be on the look out for LEGO bats, LEGO pumpkins, and spooky skeletons hiding in MINILAND! All Brick or Treaters who complete the trail will be entered into a draw to win a LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Unlimited family pass.

    They will also have the chance to learn how to build their own mini pumpkins in the Model Builder's workshop. Alex, the Master Model Builder, will be encouraging the kids to come looking the part in Halloween costumes and prizes will be on offer for the most ghoulish creations on 31 October.

    In addition to the creepy goings on, let your little ones explore a series of interactive features in the Centre, where they can be immersed into a world where their imagination can run wild with creative inspiration at every turn.

    The Centre, located in Barton Square at The Trafford Centre features a whole host of exciting attractions from the LEGO City: Fire Academy to an amazing recreation of the North West's most iconic buildings, the Centre will not only provide fun for LEGO fans young and old, but fantastic educational benefits too.

    The Centre involves just one entry fee, with all attractions included in the cost and is open from 10am seven days a week. The Centre remains open until 7pm daily, with the last admission at 5pm - see for details.

    Event Details:

    - Halloween season starts 1 October with a month of pumpkin building, brick and treat trails and fancy dress with prizes on 31 October
    - PLUS a whole attraction with over TWO MILLION LEGO bricks to explore
    - Tickets from 7 - see the website for discounted entry and offers
    - Open seven days a week from 10am - 7pm, last entry 5pm
    - Visit for further information

    Celebrate Halloween in Manchester at the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre the Ultimate for kids activities in Manchester. Family Fun In the Uk's Biggest Box of LEGO Bricks

    For more information please contact the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre team at Brazen PR, Emma Trimble or Claire Robinson on 0161 923 4994 or email ldc ( @ ) brazenpr dot com

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