LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Halloween may be celebrated a little differently this year but that isn’t stopping some spooky events from taking place. There is still plenty to get excited about.

  • FRIGHT RIDE – Go for a terrifying ride to a “research lab” with zombie-like medical staff who give a fear diagnosis. Guests will be transported on electric carts for a nightmarish journey through “Dr. Craven’s” top secret corridors. Brought to you by the same team that created Fright Dome. Opens Oct. 1 and tickets start at $24.99. Click here to make a reservation.
  • HENDERSON HAUNTED IN THE DESERT – The city of Henderson is hosting a family-friendly, drive-through Halloween event from Oct. 29 through Oct. 31 nightly from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. It’s located in the parking lot of the Whitney Ranch Recreation Center at 1575 Galleria Drive near Stephanie Street. The event is a spooky, old western ghost town theme with live action and appropriate for young children. Candy bags will be given to children ages 2 to 12 years old.
  • ASYLUM AND HOTEL FEAR – Take a frightening tour of the Asylum, a health sanctuary set in the late 1800’s. If you’re really brave you can check in at Hotel Fear. Both attractions open Oct. 1 from 6:30 pm. until midnight on select days and are located in the back parking lot of the Meadow’s Mall at Valley View Boulevard and U.S. 95. Tickets start at $20 and include both haunted houses. Click here for more information and to buy tickets.
  • FIONA’S CAULDRON – How about a drive-thru Halloween car wash? The Global Truck Wash will transform into “Fiona’s Cauldron” beginning Oct. 2 from 6:45 p.m. to 10 p.m. on select nights. This family friendly show includes; live actors, special effects and an immersive light show. Fiona’s Cauldron is helping support local charities. Tickets are $39 per car and must be purchased in advance at this website.
  • TRAPPED – Go for a drive through a scary industrial park is located on Industrial Road, north of Sahara Avenue. It promises thrills, amazing scares, and COVID-19 safety regulations. Upon arrival, cars will be guided to a haunted pod where the action begins. The cost is $54.99 per vehicle. Anyone 16 or younger must be accompanied by an adult. Click here for more details.
  • LINQ PROMENADE HALLOWEEN PARTY – The LINQ transforms with Halloween decorations and invites guests to come show off their best costumes this season. It’s free and runs from Oct. 25 – Oct. 31.
  • DOWNTOWN SUMMERLIN – Downtown Summerlin is inviting people to celebrate Halloween during the entire month of October by taking part in some frightfully fun activities planned for families including pumpkin carving, costume contests and a scavenger hunt. Click here for details on the events.
  • CITY OF LAS VEGAS – There will be free activities for children in the days leading up to Halloween at several city park and recreation centers. The events are listed in this link and include drive-through trick-or-treating and movies in the park.
  • BOULDER CITY TRUNK OR TREAT – The Boulder City Chamber of Commerce’s “Trunk or Treat” event at Veterans’ Memorial Park will take place Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020. More than two dozen businesses will be decorating vehicles and coming up with clever ways to disperse candy, without person-to-person contact. The cost is $5 per car and drivers can tune into 89.5 FM to hear the fun music as they drive around the loop collecting candy from all our great businesses.