Las Vegas haunted houses are some of the largest and best in the United States. Enjoy a great scary night out with your spouse, date, or friends. Expect to be terrified at these haunted attractions. For the price of a blackjack hand you can be part of the action as you come face to face with terror. Most haunts use animatronics, great props, Hollywood-worthy sets, and live actors with makeup beyond belief. You will be frightened. Find all the Las Vegas haunted houses, haunted trails, haunted corn mazes, haunted hayrides, haunted houses near me, and other Halloween fun attractions in the Nevada area including one of the popular Funtober 100.
Asylum & Hotel Fear - Las Vegas, NV
Opens the season in early October. Again located at Meadows Mall. This is the longest continuously running haunt attraction in Las Vegas and certainly one of the scariest in Nevada. Tickets are $17 for Asylum attraction and $17 for Hotel Fear attraction or the entire combo ticket for $27. The attraction runs Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October. The times are 6:30 pm until midnight on Friday and Saturday or until 10 pm on other nights. See their web page for more details.
Boulder City Haunted Ghost Yard - Boulder City, NV
All new haunted attraction located in Boulder City. Check their web page for updated information in October. Located all new at 600 Yucca St., Boulder City, NV 89005.
Freakling Bros The Trilogy of Terror - Las Vegas, NV
Sorry folks but sadly due to the virus situation in the local area the popular Freakling Bros attraction will not be running this fall. They will return next year. The Freakling Bros have run haunted houses in Nevada for over 30 years. Doors open at 7 pm. This continues to be one of the best haunts in the state. Freakling Bros has over 29000 Facebook likes.
HallOVeen at Magical Forest - Las Vegas, NV
Open Friday through Sunday nights starting in early October plus every night near Halloween in late October. Another Opportunity Village fun event. Haunted jungle ruins have taken over HallOVeen at the Magical Forest. The spooky beings lurking within will fit right in with the attraction’s regular inhabitants – ghosts, goblins, witches, and creepy crawlies a plenty. There is also a cemetery filled with fresh jack-o-lanterns and an animatronic skeleton to read you a scary story. Interactive trees will keep you company as you make your way through the forest pathway. All the more fun in costume, Forest-goers can also enjoy nightly entertainment, trick-or-treat stations, midway carnival games, and festive pumpkin displays, along with gifts, goodies and more at our kiosks and in the Holiday Shoppe. There are also more food and beverage options than ever before – we’re talking food trucks!
Haunted Harvest at Springs Preserve - Las Vegas, NV
Because of the virus situation Springs Preserve is currently for members only and not open to the public. Springs Preserve operates numerous family friendly non haunt events through the year. During Halloween they run Haunted Harvest, a family friendly haunted attraction. Tickets are $8 at night ( 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm). Haunted Harvest consists of a haunted hay maze, trick or treat stations, a petting zoo, carnival games, and live entertainment. It runs on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Check their web page in October for information as to whether this annual event is running and open to the public.
Undead Maze - Las Vegas, NV
A local charity haunt at the Tivoli Village. Open Friday through Sunday, 7pm-Midnight EVERY weekend in October starting early October and on Halloween. Also open the first weekend in November. Tickets are $15. Over 2000 square ft of twists and turns in a real maze full of monsters and creepy crawlies. Family fun walk throughs for the kids, with no actors on Saturdays and Sundays starting at 12pm, with tickets costing $5. Check their Facebook page as they may also be open on Thursdays.
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