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Haunted Houses in Las Vegas

Haunted Houses in Las Vegas


Haunted Houses in Las Vegas

There is a famous quote by an American actress Cassandra Peterson. She said, If ever there was a holiday that deserves to be commercialized, it’s Halloween. We haven’t taken it away from kids. We’ve just expanded it so that the kid in adults can enjoy it too.

Whether you are looking for fun as a family or a little adult fun for Halloween, we have you covered! Below are the Las Vegas Haunted Houses that we know of – please note a few of them are age restricted as they get pretty scary. If we have missed one, please comment below or email us so we can add the information to share with others.

Asylum Haunted House

  • Address: Meadows Mall – 430 Meadows Lane – Las Vegas, NV  89107
  • Website: Asylum Haunted House
  • Admission Fee: $15 – 35 per person

I remember watching a horror movie quite close to what I saw here, but I don’t quite remember the name of the movie. Anyway, it’s like you know it’s fake and there are actors, who won’t be touching you but still it scares you. A mind-blowing experience I would say and your heart races on the screams by actor and the background music. It is like a hospital with a patient area, nurse station and so on. The acting of actors and the ambiance is amazing.

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Fright Dome at Circus Circus

The Adventure Dome of the famous Circus Circus Hotel, Casino, and Theme Park turns into the Fright Dome for the month of October. It is an event for the whole family with lots of spooky and adventurous rides. They have a collection of six haunted houses with different themes. The music in the background, the lights, and smoke all make it a spooky experience.

There are different packages and options that you can have while buying tickets. The price ranges from $20 to $90 per person. Click here to view discounted tickets for Fright Dome and hotel packages too.

  • Address: Circus Circus – 2880 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
  • Website: Fright Dome Website
  • Admission Fee: Tickets start at $20

The 25-acre Fright Dome features:

  • Amazing scary rides (at least 25)
  • Multiple haunted houses
  • Scary zones of different themes
  • Live scary shows

The haunted houses were:

  • Clownz
  • Five Nights at Freddy’s
  • Hellcatraz
  • Krampus
  • Ouija Maze
  • Wasteland 2

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Freakling Bros Haunted Houses

This event is a big ‘NO’ for kids as if you are below 17, you don’t get admission. The three shows of Freakling Bros. are quite famous among all and are considered as a test of nerves. If you love the horror and want to test your nerves, I would totally recommend these shows.

  • Address: 4245 S Grand Canyon Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89147
  • Phone: (702) 362-3327
  • Website: Freakling Bros. Haunted House
  • Admission Fee: $14 – $50 per person

These haunted houses of Freakling Bros. were quite famous among many and rightly so with three haunted houses named:

  • Gates of Hell
  • The Coven of 13
  • Castle Vampire

Totally loved the experience and would recommend all of you to keep this in your list for locals and visitors who may be planning a trip.

Haunted Las Vegas Tour

A haunted experience that is a bit different.

Haunted City Ghost Tours specialize in haunted walking tours through some of America’s most historic—and most haunted—cities. During the tours, “spirit guides” share spooky stories of local murders, deaths and suicides, and the very strange happenings and hauntings that seem to result. Each tour visits a number of spectrally-charged locations said to be inhabited by spirits of the past. Such establishments linger on in a story and, in some cases, spirit.

Click here to view discounted tickets for the Haunted Las Vegas Tour.

Haunted Houses in Las Vegas

The Haunted Museum Las Vegas

The Haunted Museum Las Vegas

The 11,000-square foot property built in 1938 was originally owned by Cyril S. Wengert, a prominent businessman. Through the years, hostile spirits have been rumored to roam the halls terrorizing past occupants, family members who passed away there whose energy remains. Long-time Las Vegans even claim dark rituals took place in the home’s basement during the 1970’s.

Haunted Houses in Las Vegas