There are Haunted Houses popping up all over Las Vegas for Halloween. The weather is cooler, the days are shorter, the nights are longer, and it’s time once again to get the crap scared out of you. So, stock up on Depends and go to any of the following locations for a frightfully good time.
Fright Dome at Circus Circus
Year in and year out, this is the most popular choice for Haunted Houses (there are 5) among Las Vegas locals for a good old-fashioned blood curdling scream fest. Fright Dome is the largest most elaborate Halloween themed attraction in Las Vegas. The fun takes place in the Adventure Dome which under goes a remarkable month-long transformation. If these Haunted Houses don’t scare you, you need to cut back on the Valium. Tickets are $37.95 for general admission and includes 5 Haunted Houses, rides, and live shows. Get a VIP Fast Pass for $15 and avoid the long lines. Check here for all the info.
GET DISCOUNTS – You can find a coupon for $5 off at any Albertson’s, Del Taco, Game Stop, Fabulous Freddy’s Car Wash or Terribles Convenience Stores.
Terror Town at Town Square
Located at Town Square, Terror Towns Haunted House opens on Thurs. the 6th at 7pm. admission is $15 week nights and $20 on Friday and Saturday nights and Halloween night. Couple Terror Town with a Horror Flick at Rave Motion Pictures and it’s a dream date come true. There is also a Town Scary for younger kids on Oct 31. Go here for the details.
Bonnie Screams at Bonnie Springs
What I like best about Bonnie Screams is the drive out there. It’s like a scene right out of a classic horror movie. You’re on a small winding road with nothing to light the way but your head lights. No cell phone service, no casinos, no hotels, no gas stations, no homes for miles, when suddenly………..a) you get a flat tire and a stranger appears out of nowhere to offer help. b) a hitchhiker is standing on the side of the road with a chainsaw behind his back, as you run out of gas. Or c) you get pulled over by a cop for no reason (and you’re not a minority). My point being you’re probably going to be scared before you park the car. The Haunted Houses are just icing on the cake. Bring your ipod and listen to Michael Jackson’s Thriller for a little mood music on the way. This is a fun place to get your SCREAM on. $25 per person for Bonnie Screams and $10 per person for Spooky Town which is for the little kids. Parents are free in Spooky Town. Starts Oct. 18th at 7pm – midnight. Get the details here.
Blood Village at the Henderson Pavillion
There are two Haunted Houses at Blood Village and a GRAVE YARD! It opens October 12th at the Henderson Pavillion for only $15 to go through both houses. If you go during Wild Fest you will save $5. There are lots of other discounts so go to the website (which is awesome by the way) for additional info. Here’s something you won’t find anywhere else. Take the “Last Ride” alone in a coffin to your own funeral! Definitely bring the Depends and a defibrillator.
After Dark at Madame Tussauds
Madame Tussauds Wax Museum is always fun but turn the lights off add some walking zombies and ghosts and you’ve got yourself a very scary location. Careful. You might just run into it’s resident ghost as featured on Ghost Adventures. BOO! Check out “After Dark” here.
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