Things to Do for Halloween in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is one of the best places to be around Halloween. Celebrate and explore Vegas' lesser-known spooky side. Activities and events range from family-friendly to adult-only. There's lots of scary fun for everyone with all of the festive happenings. If you’re looking for things to do for Halloween in Las Vegas this year, check out our list of the best local activities and attractions, including...
- Oktober Fright Fest
- Container park Halloweekend
- Fright Dome at Circus Circus
- Haunted Harvest
- And more!
Oktober Fright Fest
Expect tons of spooky fun alongside a healthy dose of campy entertainment. Combining the best of Oktoberfest with the best of Halloween, this uniquely Las Vegas event is a ton of fun for adults. It's a month-long street party with a ton of amazing live music, light shows, and even a zombie shooting gallery. Don't forget to come in costume!
Fremont Street Experience
They don't do Halloween in halves at the Fremont Street Experience. Las Vegas' Downtown becomes an action-packed party every year with a whole host of spooky events that promise to thrill your senses. There's a killer costume contest with some freakishly good prizes
Container Park Halloweekend
Downtown Container Park, Dates TBD Head to Downtown Container Park for lots of family-friendly fun, including Zombie Zumbathon on the lawn, Halloween book readings, decorate your pumpkin stations, safe trick or treating, face painting, a petting zoo, and more. Getting In: Admission to Halloweekend at Downtown Container Park is free. Oh, and by the way, a Las Vegas walking tour of Fremont St is available on the Las Vegas Explorer Pass.
The LINQ Promenade Wander through beautiful and spooky Halloween decorations with the kids. Enjoy performances by street musicians, face painters will help get you in costume, and avoid the zombies roaming the streets. Don't forget to bring a bag so the kids can TRIQ or Treat at participating retailers on the Promenade. Getting In: Admission to the Halloween Party at LINQ Promenade is free. If you're interested in hopping aboard the High Roller Observation Wheel, those tickets are available with the Las Vegas Explorer Pass.
Fright Dome at Circus Circus
Select Dates in October Ranked one of the top five scariest haunted attractions in the nation, Fright Dome at Circus Circus will haunt and horrify all who visit. Visit the multiple haunted houses and scare zones, catch a spooky live show, and take your turn on the 25 rides attractions. Getting In: Admission to Fright Dome is separately ticketed and is not included with the Las Vegas Explorer Pass. For more information about this event and t tickets, visit their site.
Haunted Harvest at Springs Preserve
Spring Preserve's Haunted Harvest features lots of spooktacular fun for all ages, including a haunted hay maze, ghost stories, trick or treat stations, games, crafts, a petting zoo, live entertainment, and more. Insider Tip: to be sure you can ride the haunted train, get to the park early to purchase tickets. Getting In: Admission to the Spring Preserve's Haunted Harvest is separately ticketed and is not included with the Las Vegas Explorer Pass. Tickets can be purchased in person.
Madame Tussauds Las Vegas
In the sartorial spirit of the Halloween season, what better place to explore the art of the costume than Madame Tussauds? We tend to marvel at the amazingly life-like wax sculptures without thinking about what they're wearing -- in essence, exactingly detailed costumes! Head to Madame T's for some inspiration for your own Halloween adventures. We're sure you'll find a celeb that will inspire you. Getting In: Madame Tussauds Las Vegas tickets are available with the Las Vegas Explorer Pass.
So there you have it. Our list of some festive and spooky things to do for Halloween in Las Vegas this year. Remember, a few of these options are available on the Las Vegas Explorer Pass, where you can save up to 55% on combined admission vs paying at the gate. Please note, the Halloween events taking place at some of these attractions may be separately ticketed and not included with the Go Las Vegas pas. Consider adding a few of these fun options to your mid-fall getaway itinerary.