The Halloween fun just never stops with Halloween events in Las Vegas! As continued from our first post, check out even more spooky things you can do with friends, family, and even the little ones!
Haunted Vegas Tour and Ghost Hunt
Outfitted with EMF meters, temperature guns, and dowsing rods, you’ll embark on a Sin City ghost hunt like none other. You’ll also get the downlow on paranormal activity, ghost sightings and haunts, and the locations of famous celebrity ghost sightings like Michael Jackson, who apparently haunts “The Motel of Death.” Stick around after for a complimentary pizza dinner!
Goodsprings Ghost Hunt
The tour kicks off with a complimentary ride from Las Vegas to the town of Goodsprings, where you’ll be entertained (and spooked) by professional ghost hunter’s stories of Nevada spirits. Secondly, after a tour of the world-famous Pioneer Saloon, and a meal to fill your bellies, you’ll be given a lantern and ghost hunting equipment. On the dark streets, you’ll search creepy corners and abandoned cabins, deserted buildings, and more for any paranormal activity! The night lasts over 4 hours, and costs around $100.
Las Vegas Haunts
These haunted houses aren’t messing around. Prepare to be terrified in the Asylum and horrified by Hotel Fear! Located near Meadows Mall, this Top 25 Haunted Houses in the US (according to Buzzfeed). You… probably don’t want to bring your kids to this intentionally frightening house!
Haunted Harvest at Springs Preserve
At Springs Preserve, you’ll find all kinds of tricks and treats in the form of carnival games, circus activities, a petting zoo, live entertainment, and more! Snacks like caramel apples, spooky decorations, and crafts will delight children and adults. Events begin October 13th.
Halloweenville at Wet’n’Wild
Lastly, and great fun for the little ones, Halloweenville includes a 17-foot Halloween-themed slide, bounce houses, a mini-monster train, a pumpkin patch, zombie paintball, and more! Enjoy a dance party with ghosts, goblins, and witches, as well as a live DJ! Events start October 20th.