Boo! Halloween is right around the corner and things are getting spooky. Many families focus on Halloween for the kids. Between costumes, trick-or-treating and seasonal Halloween parties, it is a fun time for little ones. However, don’t miss out on the fun yourself! Take advantage of the attractions that only appear this time of year by scheduling a date night. Call your favorite Las Vegas babysitting agency to reserve your sitter and then get ready to have some scary fun!
So, what is there to do in Vegas for Halloween? There are plenty of options this time of year to get spooked and enjoy some of the season’s special features. Here are 5 ideas to inspire you:
Do you love haunted houses? Enjoy an experience at Opportunity Village that’s guaranteed to make your heart pound and give you a rush of adrenaline. You can check out this attraction October 12-14 and 19-31 starting after 5:30 pm. Featuring the Nightmare Manor and Clown Invasion in 3D, this new attraction promises lots of fun, shrieks and spooks. Get your tickets for a night of fun!
Alternatively, visit HallOVeen which features the scariest of attractions: The Last Ride Coffin Experience.
Throughout the month of October, from the 5th to the 31st, the Fremont Street Experience offers the fun of Oktoberfest and spooks of Halloween in the October Fright Fest. Live entertainment is free! You can also enjoy the nightly Halloween themed light shows that will feature your favorite seasonal tunes such as “Thriller” and “Ghostbusters”. In addition, roaming entertainers patrol the area to give you a fun spook while visiting. So, grab your costume or come as you are to the Fright Fest!
While you’re close by, head over to the Slotzilla, also on Fremont Street, for a thrilling ride. But order your tickets ahead of time to avoid disappointment!
Visit the asylum where patients have taken over, making the facility full of heart-stopping scares. The hotel this year features a walk through the real movie set of Rust. Featuring a cannibalistic madman, see if you can get out without a scratch! You can find these haunts at Meadows Mall. Check out the website for more details on dates and tickets.
Always a great date activity, the high roller allows you to see the whole of Las Vegas from above. If you’re too easily spooked to visit a haunted house, this is an alternative attraction that is fun, but free of scares. During October, the high roller wheel will be decorated for Halloween. October 27 and 28 will also feature trick-or-treating for kids. Also, consider making a fabulous costume to give yourself the chance to win awesome prizes. The costume contest will begin at 9pm.
October concerts in Vegas include everything from the Backstreet Boys to Ozzy Osbourne, Christina Aguilera and Reba and Brooks and Dunn. Alternatively, book tickets to a comedy show featuring Ray Romano or David Spade. Afterwards you can hit the clubs for some Halloween drinks or simply walk the street to see the seasonal decorations and fun.
Las Vegas is the world capital of adult fun, acting devilishly and wearing scandalous, wild clothes all year long. So, imagine what fun it is around Halloween! Make sure you take advantage and organize a kid-free night for yourself this month. You won’t regret it!
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