LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Halloween will fall on a Sunday this year and there will be plenty of spooky events around the valley for all ages. has compiled a list of some you might consider visiting if you’re not too frightened.

    Opportunity Village will open its kid-friendly event on weekends starting Oct. 8, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. The cost is $22 for ages 4 and older. Children 3 and under are free. The family-friendly Halloween event includes live entertainment, park rides, carnival games, escape rooms and lots of trick-or-treating. Check out this story on HallOVeen.
    The whole family can enjoy this Halloween event at Springs Preserve. It features live entertainent, trick-or-treating, vendors and Boo!Town. It will be open Oct. 22-24, 29-31 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. It costs $9 for non-members. Free for children 2 and younger. Reservations are required and tickets are only being sold online in advance. Click here for more information. (SOLD OUT)
    Every year, Metro Police host several Halloween events at their command centers across the Las Vegas Valley. The events take place on Oct. 27 and 28. Click here for a complete list.
    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 Sept. 30 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 $30 and include both haunted houses. Click here for more information and to buy tickets.
    The Freakling Bros. Horror Show is back this year after taking a break in 2020. The show offers three haunted houses with one admission price and unlimited access all night long. You can also get a ticket which includes dinner or a season pass giving you unlimited access every night. Ticket prices start at $50. Click here for more information.
    This spooky gathering takes place on Thursday, Oct. 28 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Historic Westside School at 330 West Washington Ave., Las Vegas, Nev. 89106. There will be a kids costume contest at 2 p.m. and the children can stop by each of the doors at the school from some interesting reads and sweet treats. At 3 p.m., there will be a surprise mob flash dance.
    The city of Henderson is hosting a family-friendly, drive-through Halloween event from Oct. 28 through Oct. 30 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 under 12.
    Get festive this Halloween and go for a ride with Rail Explorers. Guests are encourage to wear costumes from Oct. 28 through Oct. 31 at 3:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m., and 7:30 p.m. There will be contests every hour and prizes. The outdoor attraction features custom-built electric rail bikes with a propulsion system. The tour is eight miles long and ends at the Nevada State Railroad Museum. Click here for more details.
    Downtown Summerlin is inviting people to celebrate Halloween during the entire month of October by seeing the Parade of Mischief which performs every Fri. & Sat. from Oct. 1 – 30 at 7 p.m. It takes place on Park Centre Drive and is free.
    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.
    Henderson has several Halloween related events during the month of October — everything from a Zombie 5K to a haunted bus tour. Click here for a list of the events.
    Brave the Spooky Maze and walk among the Creatures of the Night at the Clark County Wetlands on Friday, Oct. 29, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Space is limited and tickets are available in advance, $5 for ages 4 and up. This is not a trick or treat event.
    “Museum of Monsters” kicks off Thursday, Oct. 7. It will remain open through Halloween night. You can also check our the “Undead Maze and Haunted House” every weekend this month. There’s also a “Twisted Pumpkin Pop-up Bar with Holloween-themed drinks through Nov. 2. See the Tivoli Village calendar for more details.
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    Check out HalloWINK! at Wink World. It’s a costume party every day starting Thursday, Oct. 28 through Nov. 1. All ages are welcome prior to 10 p.m. and then 21 and older after that time. Costumes themes are: Oct. 28 (80s look) Oct. 29 (woodland creature or underworld demon) Oct. 30 (alien, planet or space theme) Oct. 31 (your choice) Tickets $11 if you dress with the daily theme. On Thursday, Oct. 28, ages 13+ can take on the role of a mercenary and fight zombies in Army of the Dead: Viva Las Vengence. On Friday, Oct. 29, all ages of children can trick-or-treat through AREA 15 from noon to 5 p.m.
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    The 3rd annual Boo at the Zoo at Lion Habitat Ranch will be a three-day event from Friday, Oct. 29 to Sunday, Oct. 31, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Ozzie and the lions would love to see everyone! The animals will be receiving some extra Halloween themed enrichment. There will be trick or treat stations and a scavenger hunt where everyone will learn about extinction and conservation. Cost is $25 for non-locals and $20 for local residents. Children under 4 are free. One adult admission also includes one child under 14 for free. Must purchase tickets through this link. All costumes must be family friendly and masks can’t be worn by guests 14 and older. Reduce waste by bringing your own trick or treat bag.
  • ANNUAL HALLOWEEN SAFE-TACULAR & BOOSTER SEAT BONAZA The Annual Halloween Safe-tacular and BOOster Seat Bonanza returns to UMC Children’s Hospital. Held in partnership with Kohl’s Cares, the festive, trunk-or-treat style event will offer goodie bags with treats while supplies last as well as pedestrian safety gear and education. This is being held on Saturday, Oct. 30th, at 800 Hope Place from 9 a.m. until noon.