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We all know that Las Vegas embraces and welcomes the spooky spirit and costumes each fall with many haunted attractions, not-too-scary fun and creepy and exciting ghost tours, all in celebration of Halloween. There is no doubt that Halloween in Las Vegas, Nevada, must be on all horror-lovers bucket lists. This is because Sin City goes all out in order to celebrate the holiday. Note that there are a lot of big and amazing plans in the works this year as well. 

Are you wondering what Halloween in Las Vegas will look like this fall? If that is the case, you are not alone. With a lot of uncertainty still around, and many safety precautions still in place, it is difficult to know what the scariest and spookiest day of the year has in store for Vegas families.  However, the good news is that some of the city’s yearly haunts are happening. Don’t miss out on these Halloween events this year.

Asylum and Hotel Fear Haunted Houses

You can visit the Asylum and Hotel Fear Haunted Houses this year. Did you know that they are some of the few haunted houses in Vegas that had their COVID-19 protocol plan accepted, which is excellent?  The best thing is that these haunted houses will have you walk-through three acres of horror at the famous Meadows Mall Parking lot located at 4400 Meadows Lane. You can buy the tickets online at $20 per person.  

You and your family will like that the two themed haunted houses feature immersive storylines as well as plenty of screams. They were voted as one of the best haunted houses in the US and are fully dedicated to adhering to all CDC Guidelines so that they can provide safe thrills and chills to all their guests and staff. Keep in mind that each timed visit allows four to six individuals at a time to walk-through.

The best thing is that portions of the sale proceeds benefit the local Paradise Ranch Foundation. It is a charity that helps with mental health via Horse Assisted Therapy.

Gilcrease Orchard

There is no doubt that Gilcrease Orchard is a must-see for wholesome and fantastic family fun. Did you know that Gilcrease Orchard is just a thirty-minute car ride from the Vegas Strip?  

You and your family can engage in plenty of activities. For example, you can explore their massive pumpkin patch in order to pick your ideal jack-o’-lantern canvas. You can also grab a jug of their yummy and fresh apple cider in order to wash down some homemade donuts or caramel apples. It is important to get there early so that you can grab a parking spot.

Town Square

You will thoroughly enjoy the scare at Town Square. It is a 2-story, pop-up experience at the popular outdoor shopping district. It is worth noting that costumed performers will urge you to face your fears, whether it is bugs, killer clowns, or even an alien abduction. Isn’t that amazing!

You can grab drinks at the bar upstairs, or you can visit the secret speakeasy downstairs. The experience will be memorable. It is worth noting that this attraction opens at 7 pm daily. It will keep you busy with an escape room, haunted maze, and themed stations for taking the perfect photograph.

The Sand Dollar Lounge

This is another fantastic event. The Sand Dollar Lounge in Vegas will transform its bar to a creepy, spooky, and scary bar from October 12 to October 31. You can visit with your family and enjoy Oktoberfest beers, and Halloween themed drinks. Did you know that 4 themed nights will happen during the pop-up run? All visitors are encouraged to visit and suitably dress for the occasion.

Downtown Summerlin

If you are in Downtown Summerlin, you will be pleased to know that Halloween takes over the area from September 27 to October 31, with a series of several month-long events known as #DTSHalloweenSPIRIT. These are presented to you by Spirit Halloween. Some of the best events in the lineup include best spooky house, a Howl-O-Ween pet costume contest and pumpkin scavenger hunts.

Opportunity Village

This is another event that you cannot miss. The Magical Forest, located at Opportunity Village, will transform into HallOVeen for most of October. It is worth noting that decorations, lights, and jack-o’-lanterns will help illuminate the park while you can stay busy with a carousel, train, giant slide, and several mini-escape rooms.

You can also participate in a motion-simulated coffin ride that will reveal what it is like to get buried alive. It sounds fun, right! And in a potentially terrifying and spooky twist, this year couples may renew their wedding vows or even get married in a unique and spooky style on the Halloween night. You can email in advance in order to make a reservation. Note that gates open every night at 5:30 pm.