Las Vegas Haunted Houses for Halloween 2016

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 use animatronics, great props, Hollywood sets, and live actors with makeup beyond belief.  You will be frightened.  Find all the Las Vegas haunted houses, trails, corn mazes, hayrides, and Halloween fun attractions in the Nevada area including one of the popular Funtober 100.

Also check out our list of the Top 100 Haunted Houses 2017 in America.  Is your favorite haunted attraction on the top 10 and top 100 state list?

 
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Asylum & Hotel Fear - Las Vegas, NV
Opens the season on October 5th.  Again located at Meadows Mall for 2017, this is the longest continuously running haunt attraction in Las Vegas and certainly one of the scariest in Nevada. Tickets are $15 for Asylum attraction and $15 for Hotel Fear attraction or the entire combo ticket for $25. 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.

Bonnie Screams - Red Rock Canyon, NV
Opens the season on October 5th.  Bonnie Screams is located in Red Rock Canyon. It brings the urban legends of Bloody Mary, Lizzy Borden, and 31 Freak Street to life. It is open 7 pm to 12 am. Open Thursday through Sunday in October plus some additional dates. This place also has zombie paintball this year.

Freakling Bros The Trilogy of Terror - Las Vegas, NV
All new location for 2017 opens on September 29th. The Freakling Bros have run haunted houses in Nevada for over 25 years. They run three haunted attractions in Las Vegas. Gates of Hell tickets are $17. Castle Vampire tickets are $15. Coven of 13 tickets are also $15. The 3 attraction combo pass is $39.  Doors open at 7 pm. Lots of open dates running Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights plus every day the last two weeks of October. Attraction is open on Friday and Saturday until midnight or 11 pm on all other nights.  This continues to be one of the best haunts in the state.

Fright Dome at Circus Circus - Las Vegas, NV
Attraction opens on September 29th.  Vegas went through a period where it tried to attract families to various types of entertainment. Circus Circus has basically a circus atmosphere complete with rides inside the actual hotel casino. This building is huge as you might expect from a hotel with over 3700 rooms. In October, Circus Circus for the last 15 years runs Fright Dome. The ticket price range is $37.95-44.95 most nights. Discounts and promotion tickets might be available so check their website. There are six new haunted houses, 250,000 scare feet, premium rides, four scare zones, and live entertainment shows.  Open most Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights in October.

Haunted Harvest at Springs Preserve - Las Vegas, NV
Haunt opens on weekends starting October 13th.  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.

Undead Maze - Henderson, NV
A local charity haunt at the Galleria Mall open Thursday through Saturday starting early October. Tickets are $10. Over 2000 square ft of twists and turns in a real maze full of monsters and creepy crawlies.

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Write a review about the last Halloween haunted attraction you visited.  Please include the haunt name, state, and city.  What did you like most?  How scary was the haunt?  Was it a haunted house, haunted trail, haunted hayride, haunted corn maze or other type of attraction?  What was the haunts theme?  (zombies, clowns, ghosts, etc.) Did they have amenities such as food concessions, parking, restrooms, convenient hours, and live entertainment? We would love to hear from you below about your visit.  Thanks for your response.

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