It’s officially spooky season in Las Vegas! Whether you’re looking for family-friendly Halloween festivities, some of the top haunted houses in the country, or one of the wildest Halloween parties ever, Things To Do in Las Vegas knows the best ways to celebrate this season. Here are our picks for the best things to do for Halloween in Las Vegas this year.
- Haunted Houses
- Haunted Museums & Ghost Tours
- Parties & Concerts
- Kid-Friendly Halloween Activities
- Other Halloween Activities
From bloodcurdling haunted thrill rides to getting chased by a chainsaw-wielding clown, you’ll have plenty of indoor and outdoor options this year.
Freakling Bros. Horror Shows
Multiple dates throughout October
7:00 p.m. – Midnight
Tickets start at $50
The Freakling Bros. Horror Shows have been a Halloween staple in Las Vegas since 1976. Voted the #1 Scariest Haunt in the country by U.S.A today, this year The Freakling Bros. includes three haunted attractions: Coven of 13, Gates of Hell, and fan favorite Castle Vampyre. Leave the kids at home and visit Gates of Hell, the only R-rated haunted house in the state. At Freakling Brothers, you’ll find a coven of witches, Dracula, and maybe even the Devil himself!
Las Vegas Haunts: Asylum & Hotel Fear
Open every Thursday – Sunday in October
6:30 p.m. – Midnight
Tickets start at $20
Las Vegas Haunts presents two unique walk-through haunted house experiences this year: Asylum and Hotel Fear. Walk through an eerie sanitarium where you yourself may become a patient or subject to strange genetic or viral experiments by an unknown government agency while trying to unravel the mystery of the Feoray Incident. You’ll also have the chance to explore the adjacent Hotel Fear, haunted by the ghosts of the visitors who were killed by a deranged Asylum escapee. Las Vegas Haunts is located at the Meadows Mall parking lot.
Halloween Maze Las Vegas
Open every Thursday – Sunday in October
6:30 p.m. – Midnight
Tickets start at $25
This interactive haunted maze includes eight themed rooms, each one scarier than the last! Full of demented clowns and chainsaw-wielding maniacs, Halloween Maze is sure to scare! With hundreds of positive reviews, this maze is sure to become another Las Vegas Halloween classic.
Haunted Museums & Ghost Tours
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas…including all the grisly crimes, murders, and ghosts. Experience them for yourself this Halloween in Las Vegas.
Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum
Open Thursday – Monday
10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Tickets start at $42
Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum is a must-see if you’re spending Halloween in Las Vegas. Dr. Jack Kevorkian’s Death Van, Charles Manson’s bone fragments, and the Dybbuk Box—reputedly the most haunted object in the world—are among the spooky artifacts of significance in this guided museum tour. If you’re feeling extra spooky this Halloween, opt for the Late Night Flashlight Ghost Tour Experience where you can conduct your own ghost hunt in total darkness.
Goodsprings Ghost Hunt
Tours Sunday – Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets start at $ 149.95
If you’ve ever wanted to go on a ghost hunt, here’s your chance! Goodsprings is an old mining town just outside of Las Vegas in the Spring Mountains. Established in 1904, it is home to Nevada’s oldest standing bar, the 90-year-old Pioneer Saloon. During the Goodsprings Ghost Hunt, guests will explore this paranormal hotspot and learn about the history of the saloon and will even be supplied with ghost-hunting equipment like EMF meters, temperature guns, and dowsing rods to conduct their own investigation.
Las Vegas Ghosts
Tours nightly at 8:00 p.m.
Tickets start at $30
Your Las Vegas Ghost Tour guide will take you on a 60- or 90-minute walking tour of the Strip where they’ll take you to 8–12 eerie spots and tell you all about their haunted histories. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have our fair share of hauntings. On the tour, guests will visit the Flamingo Hotel (supposedly haunted by mobster and original owner Bugsy Siegel), Horseshoe Las Vegas “formally Bally’s” (site of a devastating MGM Grand hotel fire that killed 85 people in 1980), and the intersection where Tupac Shakur was murdered.
Halloween Parties & Concerts
Dance all night, experience spine-tingling musical performances, and showcase your goriest costumes at these Halloween parties in Las Vegas.
Sin City Halloween Weekend
9 p.m. – 6 a.m., Friday & Saturday, October 28/29
Tickets start at $25
This infamous yearly event is the pinnacle of Halloween in Las Vegas. The Sin City Halloween Ball (previously the Fetish & Fantasy Halloween Ball) has been called the “world’s wildest Halloween party”. These adults-only events are three nights of Halloween parties including Thriller, an 80s themed Halloween party, The Sin City Ball, and the AfterLife Nightclub of the Living Dead. Thriller and The Sin City Halloween Ball are held at The Palms . You can find the AfterLife Nightclub of the Living Dead at Area15.
Saws and Strings
October 28-31, 2022
Tickets start at $36.49
Debuting for the first time in 2022, Saws and Strings is a concert/haunted attraction/horror show. It starts with a walk through a haunted house, which leads to the entrance of the theater where the terror begins. Once seated, the enigmatic host, the Collector, has an evening of song and terror planned. Featuring music played by the Las Vegas String Quartet featuring Alexandria Le on piano, Saws and Strings is a unique Halloween event you won’t want to miss.
The Halloween Bar Crawl
Sat, October 29, 2022, 4:00 PM – 11:59 PM PDT
Tickets start at $10
The Halloween Bar Crawl is back and bigger than ever! In its fifth year, the Halloween Bar Crawl allows patrons to visit some of the hottest nightclubs and bars on the Strip and Downtown in just one night. Ticket prices include drink specials, food specials at select venues, express entry into clubs and bars, a $1,000 best costume prize, and photos of your evening. This is one bar crawl you won’t want to miss!
Kid-Friendly Halloween Activities
Sin City may be an adult playground, but there are still plenty of family-friendly Halloween events throughout the city for kids of all ages.
Haunted Harvest at the Springs Preserve
Oct. 22-23 & 29-30, 2022, 5 to 9 p.m.
Tickets start at $9
The last two weekends in October, the Springs Preserve will once again host Haunted Harvest. Bring the whole family to enjoy themed trick-or-treating stations, live music, family-friendly activities, and merchants serving tasty fall sweets on the street. Kids will enjoy donning costumes and exploring Boo!town, which is populated with friendly ghosts and other characters.
Parade of Mischief in Downtown Summerlin
Every Friday – Saturday in October, 7:00 p.m.
The Parade of Mischief in Downtown Summerlin is back every weekend this October. This spooky family-friendly parade will flood the streets of Downtown Summerlin with mischievous mayhem, with dancing zombies, ghosts, witches, wizards, and more thanks to three new frightfully entertaining floats!
Family Friendly Halloween Brunch at Hearthstone
October 29, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Tickets start at $19
If you want to get the whole family in the Halloween spirit, visit Hearthstone Kitchen & Cellar at Red Rock Casino for this special Halloween brunch. Tickets are $19 and includes a choice of entree from the kid’s brunch menu, supplies for a pumpkin-decorating activity, and a candy bar. Parents can enjoy favorites from the restaurant’s weekly brunch menus as the kids enjoy spooky, festive activities.
Other Halloween Activities
More Halloween fun in Sin City.
Saw and Blair Witch Escape Rooms
Opened various hours Wednesday-Sunday
Tickets start at $45.99
Jigsaw wants to play! Do you think you can escape from one of Jigsaw’s infamous traps? Find out when you visit the Saw Escape Room. Just like in the movies, you and your team will have to escape his traps. After you’ve escaped from Jigsaw, the Blair Witch will be waiting for you in the Black Hills Forest. Each escape room requires separate tickets and reservations.
Monday-Saturday, 8 p.m.
Tickets start at $139.98
The Zombie Burlesque show at the V Theater at Planet Hollywood mixes campy Halloween fun with a classic Vegas show. The V Theater transforms into “Club Z ”, a 1950s nightclub where the undead rule. This musical comedy show features burlesque dancers, variety performers, a live big band and more!
There’s Always Something to Do in Las Vegas
Halloween 2022 in Las Vegas is sure to bring spooky fun to everyone! Can’t make it to Vegas this Halloween? Las Vegas offers the best nightlife, shows, and attractions every day of the year. Be sure to follow us on Facebook for more suggestions for things to do on your upcoming trip.