Photo: Pioneer Saloon
Halloween is an especially busy time in Las Vegas. With plenty of haunted attractions around town, there's always something fun to put a fright into the festivities.
For 15 years now, the Adventuredome at Circus Circus has been transforming into Fright Dome for the Halloween season. This year is bigger than ever with haunted houses, scare zones, rides and 4D shows all under one massive tent. Count evil clowns, a city of zombies and a voodoo lair among the highlights.
This terrifying tradition has only grown in scope, stature and scary thrills over the years. Comprised of three heart-stopping haunted attractions in one, the Trilogy of Terror can be found west of the Strip near Flamingo and the 215. Castle Vampyre and COVEN of 13 both bring the spooky chills. However, the most terror can be found in the Gates of Hell, the only R-rated Halloween attraction in Nevada. Buy a "Freak Pass" for all three and save a few dollars.
Nestled in the shadow of Red Rock Canyon, the Bonnie Springs Ranch becomes Bonnie Screams, a place where spooks and spirits roam free. If you really want to have fun, board the Zombie Paintball Bus, where you can take aim at zombies through the broken windows of a bus while racing through the ranch to survive. There's also a Wicked Wax Museum and two haunted house attractions.
As the oldest bar in Southern Nevada, the Pioneer Saloon is said to be haunted by three spirits, including the ghost of actress Carole Lombard, who died in a nearby plane crash back in 1942. Absorb the spine-tingling atmosphere during one of the Pioneer Saloon's Haunted Lockdown events. It includes drinks, pizza and a shuttle from the Las Vegas Strip - and yes, you can make a reservation for Halloween night.
To take advantage of these Halloween attractions (or for a few more ideas to make the holiday extra fun) contact VegasGiant today at 702-476-0001. We'll plan a spooky night of fun and excitement for you in Las Vegas.
By Rob Kachelriess