Gotcha! From Fremont Street Experience on, Halloween rises
Fearseekers, rejoice! Las Vegas has more than enough options to keep you frightened—and entertained—during Halloween.
If you’re a fan of AMC’s hit zombie show, you won’t want to miss Fear the Walking Dead Survival at Fremont Street Experience, which places you smack-dab in the middle of a horrific outbreak inside a junior college through elaborate sets and motion simulator technology. Test your survival skills as you fight off the ensuing hordes.
Once you’re finished there, stay on Fremont Street Experience to enjoy its free Rock of Horror (through 31) bash, including flash mobs, live music from bands like Frank & The Steins, magic from Ed Alonzo and a contest for the best costume.
One of the city’s scariest traditions, Freakling Bros. The Trilogy of Terror celebrates its 25th year in Las Vegas. Choose from three different attractions, each one scarier than the next: Castle Vampyre, Coven of 13 and Gates of Hell (you must be at least 17 to enter that last one).
Once a year, Adventuredome at Circus Circus transforms into Fright Dome. It’s a wonderland of frights, and this year it includes a bevy of haunted houses featuring everything from crazed clowns to witches, as well as ones based on horror movie franchises like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Perhaps most unnerving is the “Solo Maze,” where you must go through a blacked-out haunted house (by yourself, of course) using only a flashlight. The scary part? The haunted house is in control of the flashlight. Are you brave enough?