When the moon gets low, and the darkness descends, you may find yourself looking for a haunted house in Las Vegas, Nevada. There are several spooky sites to explore, and the De Castroverde team invites you to explore these best-haunted houses of Las Vegas.
Las Vegas Haunts
For a dose of chilling fear, visit Las Vegas Haunts . This haunting attraction has the haunted Hotel Fear, with scary residents to give you a proper fright. The Asylum is a creepy mental hospital that’s gone into disuse with only the most terrifying of patients and doctors left. You can visit one or both when Las Vegas Haunts opens in October. Find Las Vegas Haunts at 4300 Meadows Lane, at Meadows Mall. Hours vary, so check out the website before heading over.
For the attraction voted #1 scariest by U.S.A. Today, go to one of the Freakling Bros Horror Shows . You can explore Castle Vampyre, the Coven of 13, and the Gates of Hell, Nevada’s only R-rated haunted house. You’ll know genuine fear at Castle Vampyre as you face Dracula and Nosferatu. The Coven of 13 is staffed by scary witches, warlocks, and all sorts of purveyors of black magic. The Gates of Hell is a sensory overload experience of pure terror. It’s sure to be a terrifying time, as they invite you to join them. Freakling Brothers is located at 6555 S. Riley Street and is open every October, with hours available on their website.
31 Freak Street
Do you dare to face places of a past tragedy that are now haunted or the grave dangers of a derelict asylum? If so, make your way to 31 Freak Street . There are two attractions at 31 Freak Street for you to enjoy. The Crimson Manor was once a busy, populated estate that many people made their home, but now it’s only home to the spirits of victims that befell unspeakable harm on the property. In another part of 31 Freak Street, Mayhem, the asylum is a haunt filled with terrifying psychos. Face your fears at 1300 W. Sunset Road Henderson, open for the season every October.
Dead City Vegas
If Zombies and running for your life are on your scare meter, make a beeline to Dead City Vegas , a town populated with the scariest zombies. Unlike any other haunted house, this experience begins when you step out of your car. A guide will take you through the zombie-filled city as you jump over broken glass windows and search for weapons to ward off the attacking zombies.
Dead City Vegas is the largest haunted house attraction in Las Vegas, covering 38,000 square feet in a state-of-the-art indoor facility. They’re open every October on Thursday and Sunday from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Friday and Saturday until midnight. Dead City Vegas is at 4375 S. Valley View Boulevard, Suite G.
The Official Saw Escape Room
If you’re a fan of the movie franchise “Saw,” this is the escape room for you. Saw Escape Room has a frightening recreation of the movie sets where you play twisted games and are at the mercy of a homicidal maniac. Set in the historic Egan & Co. Meat Packing plant, you’ll take an after-hours tour of the spooky facilities. You’ll find yourself a player in an extravagant game created by the infamous Jigsaw Killer and his followers.
You’ll have to work together with your group to make it through by solving intricate puzzles. You’ll strive to win your freedom by traversing the twists and turns of an entire meat packing factory filled with Jigsaw’s terrifying games. This attraction is open year-round at 2121 Industrial Road. The hours are Wednesday and Thursday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., Friday until midnight, Saturday from 4 pm. to midnight, and Sunday from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Designed for social-distanced scares, Fright Ride takes you on the trail of terror through a haunted house with multiple rooms of spine-chilling decorations and frightening actors, driven by your host on a golf cart, so you can sit back and enjoy your scares. You’ll jump in your seat as you go through various mayhem rooms. Fright Ride is located at 1700 S. Industrial Road, open in October from 5:30 p.m. to midnight daily.
The Haunted Museum
For a chilling year-round scare, head to The Haunted Museum with over 30 rooms of frights, including the Devil’s Rocking Chair, Lugosi’s mirror, Jack’s Van, The Funeral, The Cauldron, and Peggy the Doll. They also have a late-night flashlight ghost tour to fill you with fear. The Haunted Museum is open all year, Wednesday through Monday, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at 600 E. Charleston Boulevard.
ARC: The Living Dead Experience
For a zombie adventure, head to ARC: The Living-Dead-Experience . ARC is a deeply immersive experience, including three main chapters: orientation, quarantine, and outbreak. Enjoy drinks, food, and live entertainment while immersed in the best zombie experience. Prepare yourself for a battle between the living and the undead. Are you prepared for a zombie apocalypse? Find out at 6475 W. Gary Ave. ARC: The Living Dead Experience is open yearly from October 21 to October 31.
Looking for scares on the Las Vegas Strip? Then head to Fright Dome at Circus Circus Hotel’s Adventuredome. They’re one of the largest and longest-running Halloween attractions in the city. This theme park is transformed into a pitch black, lights-out, haunted spectacle of horror boasting six new haunted houses. Find your frights in October at 2880 S. Las Vegas Boulevard.
Halloween Emporium and Haunted Tea Room
After all your fears and frights, you may have worked up a thirst. If so, you should head to Halloween Emporium and Haunted Tea Room . They have a tea room bedecked in spooky decor and have many scary items for sale. They’re not your typical coffee shop or tea room, and even their drink selections are of the macabre variety. They serve Bones Coffee, Coffee Shop of Horrors, Adagio, and American Hauntings tea. Stop by at 4555 S. Fort Apache Road, Suite 106 in the Montage Shopping Center for a sip and a scare. They’re open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.
There you have it. Our De Casstroverde team’s list of the best places in Las Vegas to enjoy a scare or two. Check one or more of them out this haunting season if you dare.