Las Vegas Haunts Returns with Haunted House Opening $20 Special

Tickets start at $20 during opening weekend

By Melissa Gill | Las Vegas, NV | Meadows Mall

This year Las Vegas Haunts wants to take you along on a strange, unsettling journey.

Walk through a chilling Las Vegas Haunt, ASYLUM or HOTEL FEAR to celebrate this creepy company’s 23rd anniversary on Thursday, September 30 for only $20. If things look oddly familiar while wandering through the horror houses, it’s because many of the props placed throughout the attractions are set pieces from photo shoots, music videos and movies like the film trilogy “Rust” and “Immortal Wars.” Both attractions weave together to create an eerie storyline of two families that “met by chance” and became “bound by fear.” Then, the storyline jumps guests ahead 20 years to experience an unimaginable horror unfolding. 

Las Vegas Haunt’s frightful adventures earned national attention as a “Top West Coast Haunt” by USA Today, Forbes, Buzzfeed and Hauntworld Magazine. Plus, they received recognition as “Nevada’s Top Haunt” by Parade Magazine in 2020. There’s nothing quite like a heart-stopping scare to kick off the Halloween season

Partial proceeds from admissions to these horror houses goes to benefit Paradise Ranch Foundation, a non-profit organization supporting mental health through Horse Assisted Therapy (HAT). 

Last year during the pandemic, ASYLUM and HOTEL FEAR were the only haunted houses that remained in operation. The attractions kept their doors open with “a state approved COVID Protocol Plan” plus an online timed ticketing system including limited wait times. Instead of it being a setback, it gave all of the guests a chance to get a bloodcurdling experience VIP style. 

If you dare to attend, the haunts sit on three acres of land at Meadows Mall in the parking lot beside JC Penney at 4300 Meadows Lane. The area grants an abundance of space for social distancing. Reserve a time and purchase tickets on their website 

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