The weather is just starting to change in Las Vegas, and it may be
pleasant or quite cold so be prepared for both.
Try to book well in advance.
Be ready to pay a bit more than usual for rooms on the Strip and
Haunted Houses in Las Vegas
There are a couple dozen haunted houses in Las Vegas. The biggest
is always inside of Adventure Dome in Circus Circus. Some of the
haunted houses can be pretty intense and may not be for small
children. Here is a list of some of the more popular haunted houses
in Las Vegas.
Freaklin Bros. is a company that sets up haunted houses in the
Vegas area during the Holiday. Years vary, for 2011 they will
feature Circus of Horrors and Castle Vampyre and they are hinting at
a brand new attraction.
Fright Dome is the largest and is located inside the Adventure
Dome in Circus Circus.
Chaos at the Cannery. Cannery Casino is a local spot about 15
minutes north of the Strip on I15. They usually feature Hotel Fear
and The Asylum.
Oktober Fright Fest at Fremont Street.
Haunted Casino in Binionís Gambling Hall & Hotel
Haunted Reef at Mandalay Bay
Haunted Tours at Titanic at Luxor
Haunted Harvest at Springs Preserve
Bonnie Screams at Bonnie Springs Ranch about 30 minutes outside
of Las Vegas.
Madame Tussauds After Dark
There are many more, however some of the companies hosting them
come and go. Areas that generally will have a haunted house are
across from Suncoast which is about 10 minutes west of the Strip,
and next to the shopping center on Maryland Pkwy next to UNLV.
Everyone loves to dress up for Halloween, whether you want
something sexy, something scary, or something just weird one of
these shops will have what youíre looking for.
HalloweenMart on Decatur
Buffalo Exchange on Maryland Pkwy
Halloween Town on Rainbow Blvd
Star Costume & Theatrical Supply on Valley View
Party City on Maryland Pkwy
Bare Essentials on West Sahara
Show-Off Las Vegas Costumes
Any Target or Walmart, there is one on Maryland and Eastern