With some of the best shows and biggest commitment to partying in the world, it should come as no surprise that Las Vegas, and its little sister Reno, don’t skimp on Halloween festivities. There will be costume parties and themed cocktails galore as the month goes on, but those who are looking for a true thrill don’t need to look any further than this list of Las Vegas and Reno-area haunted houses. If you’re more into the tricks than the treats this time of year, check out one of these spooky shacks that are sure to get your blood pumping.
The longest continuously-running haunted attraction in Las Vegas, Asylum & Hotel Fear have spooky down to a science. These two attractions run side by at Meadows Mall, with each featuring individual storylines that intertwine in the ultimate horror experience. The Asylum tells the tale of the long-abandoned Meadview Health Sanctuary, and Hotel Fear focuses on the Feoray family, the story of an immigrant family that met a horrible fate during their operation of multiple local inns. The attractions are open Thursday through Sunday through the end of the month. Tickets are $15 for each attraction or $25 for both. For more information click here.
Location: 4300 Meadows Lane, Las Vegas.
Bonnie Springs Ranch in Blue Diamond will transform into a haunted ghost town through the end of October, bringing guests through multiple haunted houses, haunted trails and even a train that plays host to frightening ghouls and indescribable creatures that roam the town. Attractions include magic shows, old horror films and a “Zombie Paintball Express” where you can help rid the town of the rising dead. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased here. For a full schedule click here.
Location: 16395 Bonnie Springs Road, Las Vegas.
Reno Fright Fest is presenting “Slaughter House” for your terrifying pleasure every weekend this month. The Reno Aces baseball field is transformed into a haunted house and participants can explore the spooky catacombs beneath the ballpark on a spine-tingling Terror Train. Sundays are family-friendly. Tickets are $17 for general admission or a speed pass is $24. For more information click here.
Location: 250 Evans Ave., Reno.
Many have entered Reno’s “Kilburn Estate” in search of answers to the many mysteries surrounding the Kilburn family, but none have ever escaped. Legend has it that Mr. and Mrs. Kilburn lived a pleasant life in the 1850s with two sons in their swampland mansion before a fire claimed the mansion and Mrs. Kilburn. Her husband built the Kilburn Reform School, where he locked his sons in the basement and it is said they still reside on the grounds. Tickets are $12 and skip-the-line passes are available for $15. For more information, call 775-682-0998.
Location: 515 E 7th St., Reno.
If you love the idea of Halloween but not so much being chased by zombies or having your heart in your stomach, Springs Preserve’s Haunted Harvest is fun for all ages for those who dare to enter. The family-friendly event features trick or treat stations, carnival games and circus activities, a petting zoo, crafts, live entertainment, and more. The harvest is open from 5 to 9 p.m., Friday through Sunday the last three weekends in October. Admission is $8. Costumes are welcome but adults are not allowed to wear masks. For more information click here.
Location: 333 S Valley View Blvd, Las Vegas.
Photo credit: Bonnie Springs Ranch.
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