In the mood for some creepy Halloween Fun?
*updated Sept. 26, 2020
I have trembled, shaken, screamed and scared my way through Las Vegas to gather for you the ULTIMATE list of spots to get you in the Halloween Mood!
Mwah ha ha ha!
ONE: Haunted Vegas Tour
Hear real accounts of local paranormal activity while visiting locations of known ghost sightings and haunts.
Your evening begins inside the Tuscany Casino where your guide will supply you with ghost hunting equipment including EMF meters, temperature guns, and dowsing rods. Whether you are a seasoned ghost hunter or a novice, your tour guide will instruct you in their proper use. This tour is not a theatrical show, you will hear true accounts of both hauntings and the history of Las Vegas’ supernatural side.
Upon boarding our shuttle, your ghostly adventure begins with a brief video about paranormal activities. Then you will be transported to a mysterious part of a famous casino where a celebrity apparition is known to roam. The evening is filled with multiple stops including 2 infamous parks known for their ghostly sightings, we explore various locations and conduct EVP sessions.
The tour visits many legendary locations including the haunting grounds of Bugsy Siegel, Liberace, and Redd Foxx. Hear stories about Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra and Michael Jackson who allegedly appear regularly and learn who haunts “The Motel of Death”.
For More Info Visit: VegasSpecialtyTours.com
TWO: Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum
Are you ready to be perfectly and completely terrified. Then a trip to Zack Bagan’s Haunted Museum is just what the witch doctor ordered. Located in downtown Las Vegas the an 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. You may recognize Zak as the host of Travel Channel’s hit show: Ghost Adventures. Paranormal enthusiasts visiting Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum will venture down creepy winding hallways and secret passages into more than 30 rooms that rival scenes from Hollywood horror films, setting the stage for frightening facts about each paranormal pieces.
600 E. Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Must be 16 Years of Age to enter
THREE: Gilcrease Orchard Pumpkin Patch
Did you know that Las Vegas has an orchard where you can not only pick your own pumpkins and in-season veggies but go apple picking, play in the hay maze and take a hay ride and snack on the MOST delicious apple donuts ever? I love the Gilcrease Orchard year round, but it’s become a tradition to head out every October to pick my own pumpkins off the vine.
Location: 7800 N Tenaya Way, Las Vegas, NV 89131
Hours: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 7:00 am until 2:00 pm.
FOUR: Hallowheels TRAPPED!
Trapped is a one-of-a-kind Las Vegas drive in haunted experience opening October 8 and running through Halloween at The Industrial Event Space. Created by top Las Vegas entertainment industry professionals and presented by Findlay Volkswagen and Wahoo’s, the show is designed to be experienced from the safety of guests’ cars.
Trapped is an innovative and unique attraction intended to thrill, amaze and scare while complying with current safety regulations. Upon arrival, cars will be guided to a haunted pod where the action unfolds around the vehicle. Trapped tells the story of a desolate earth where governments have fallen and order has been replaced by chaos, hope by fear, life by death. The journey is wrought with Hekuri conversion mobs, bombs, hostiles and deadly traps, all presented through state-of-the-art projection technology. The spooky soundtrack will be available through each vehicle’s radio.
Adult Halloween Event (16+)
For more details: Hallowheelslv.com
FIVE: Moapa Valley Corn Maze
Just 59 minutes from the strip, located on Lewis Ranch Road in Moapa, Nevada the Moapa Valley Corn Maze has been a family run ranch since the 1950s. The maze was originally made as a special Halloween treat for Farmer Paul and his wife’s grandchildren but since has become a yearly tradition. Open only in October, the family-oriented farm opens to the public where you can get lost in the corn maze during the day and scared at night. The day version is great for all ages but the night version will scare the corn right out of you! Get lost in the pitch black maze as the ghosts, goblins, and chainsaw massacre artists, make even the bravest of hearts cringe in terror!
1500 Lewis Ranch Road
SIX: Fright Ride
From the creators of Fright Dome comes a socially distanced Halloween experience. Fright Ride is Las Vegas’ largest immersive socially-distanced haunted attraction. Are you brave enough to join the experiment? Test subjects needed. Take a ride on one of their research transport vehicles and participate in their “fear diagnosis” as you cruise through 75,000 scare-feet of Dr. Craven’s top secret research lab.
Age Restrictions: Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Guests under 18 will need a parent or guardian present to sign waiver.
For more info visit: FrightRide.com