Halloween Events

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Halloween Events in Las Vegas

Las Vegas loves Halloween. Halloween events in Las Vegas start on October 1st and carry on through the entire month of October. There are Halloween events in Las Vegas for everyone of every age. In past years we’ve had more than 150 events to celebrate spooky season.

Here are the best events in Las Vegas to celebrate Halloween.  Keeping checking back for additional events and always remember to verify any changes to events.


Pumpkin Patches in Las Vegas & Henderson

Gilcrease Orchard

Fall Harvest  Begins September 23rd!

Pumpkin harvesting begins Saturday September 23rd & ends October 31st! 

Tuesdays & Thursdays 
Saturdays & Sundays (timed, ticketed entry on these days)
Open 7am – 2pm 

*Saturdays & Sundays* will need pre-purchased tickets for guaranteed entry to the entire orchard* 

$5 ticket per person. 5 years old and under free. 

Halloween Town Pumpkin Patch

An October tradition for more than 20 years, Halloween Town Las Vegas returns in 2023 to delight families with a pumpkin patch, carnival rides, midway games, a hay maze, delicious treats, and more. Learn more at www.halloweentownlv.com. 

Halloween Town has three locations: 

510 S. Rampart Boulevard
71 E. Silverado Ranch Boulevard
Southwest Location will be announced soon!

Admission is free. Parking is free. All-Day ride wristbands vary by date and location. 

Moapa Valley Corn Maze

September 29 – October 30
Moapa, about an hour outside of Las Vegas

Less than an hour outside of Las Vegas you can wander hundreds of acres of fun at the Moapa Valley Corn Maze. 


McKee Ranch

September 30 – October 31, 2023

McKee Ranch is open September 30 – October 31 daily
Monday – Friday 12pm – 6pm
Saturday + Sunday 11am – 6pm.

Admission is $25 per family. Enjoy feeding the animals and wandering the ranch during this annual family tradition.


Lala Photography at McKee Ranch

Lala Photography is now booking McKee Ranch Fall Mini Sessions. Each session is $59 and includes 3 digital images. Sessions do not include the $25 admission fee to McKee Ranch. 


Cosmic Pumpkin Patch 

New Las Vegas Pumpkin Patch for 2023

October 1 – 31, 2023
1717 S Decatur Boulevard, 89102

Admission:$2.05 (inclusive of fees)
children under 2 years are free

Tickets: $2 each or $35 for 20 tickets

No wristband options have been listed. 


According to their website the Cosmic Pumpkin Patch in Las Vegas is designed for children ages 10 years and younger with what appears to be an outer space and alien theme. 

The website promises “alien-inspired delicacies and traditional favorites with a cosmic twist. From cotton candy that sparkles like stardust to cosmic ice cream that changes colors, every bite is a delicious adventure in itself. “

The event will feature live shows including acrobats, magicians and dancers. 

Diversiones Uruapan Pumpkin Patch Festival 

September 28 – November 5
Open Daily 530pm – 11pm 
The Silver Nugget, 2140 N Las Vegas Boulevard

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Seasonal Adventures Pumpkin Patch

Seasonal Adventures Pumpkin Patch is now open with three locations Henderson and Las Vegas. This pumpkin patch operates daily through Halloween with plenty of pumpkins, lots of inflatables, and a few rides for the little kids. 


Las Vegas Annual Halloween Events

Haunted Harvest at Springs Preserve

Oct. 19-22, 2023, 5pm to 9pm
Springs Preserve members get exclusive early entry beginning at 4pm

Haunted Harvest is a safe and family-friendly, all-ages outdoor event. (Event will be held completely outdoors with reduced capacity to provide a safer experience for everyone.) Attendance is limited and tickets are sold in advance online only. This event is expected to sell out. Don’t wait—purchase your tickets now or be left in the dark!

Springs Preserve (Free parking at the Preserve, with overflow parking at Meadows Mall)

Admission: Non-members: $12. Value members: $8. Donor members receive free admission. Free for children ages 2 and younger. All attendees must be ticketed for the event.

RSVP: Reservations are required. Member presale begins Sept. 1, 2023. Public on sale begins Sept. 7, 2023. Tickets sold in advance online only. Limited attendance.

Parade of Mischief

Friday and Saturday, 6pm
October 6 – October 28, 2023
Downtown Summerlin 

This October, get in the spirit of Halloween with Downtown Summerlin’s “Parade of Mischief” presented by Momentum Solar®. A frightfully festive family-friendly parade will fill the streets of Downtown Summerlin with mischievous mayhem featuring a brand NEW alien pod, a Día de los Muertos float, an Addams Family float – and more! Gather every Friday and Saturday at 6pm for eerily awesome and spooky fun!

Last parade is October 28. 

HalloVeen at The Magical Forest

HallOVeen at the Magical Forest welcomes boys and ghouls of all ages for a family-friendly Halloween experience benefitting Opportunity Village.

Haunted harvest managed to take over the 2.5-acre theme park, beckoning spooky creatures of all shapes and sizes. There you’ll meet many of them as you walk through a cemetery surrounded by hundreds of spooktacularly decorated trees and jack-o-lanterns. Friendly witches and ghosts excitedly await your arrival!

All the more fun in costume, Forest-goers can also enjoy funtastic rides, nightly entertainment, trick-or-treat stations, and midway carnival games. There’s also gifts, goodies and more at The Holiday Shoppe and our retail kiosk. Make a night of it and enjoy dinner with your family and one of our many food stations.

This is an outdoor event, so please dress for the weather

6300 West Oakey Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89146

Oct. 6-8, 13-15, 20-31

Sunday – Thursday| 530pm – 9pm

Friday & Saturday | 530pm – 930pm


Friday, October 27, 10am – 3pm 
Las Vegas Natural History Museum 

Spooky STEAM fun for the entire family at Dinoween!


Details for 2023 have no been announced for this popular Las Vegas Halloween event.

Halloween on the Silverton Aquarium 

The aquarium at the Silverton Casino & Resort is already a popular free attraction, but they dive in on Halloween too. Currently we don’t have a date when the decorations will appear, but the Mermaid Swim schedule is below. 

Thursday – Saturday | 12pm – 115pm, 2pm – 315pm, 5pm – 815pm

Sunday | 1030am -1245pm, 2pm – 315pm, 5pm – 645pm

Interactive Stingray Feedings are daily at 130pm and 430pm

Halloween Events throughout October

TeenTober with LVCCLD

The Las Vegas-CLark County Library District hosts its annual TeenTober, a month full of festive fall and spooky events just for teens and tweens. TeenTober events are held at all LVCCLD throughout Las Vegas in October. 

Find TeenTober Events on the Vegas Family Guide calendar. 

Bootacular at Chuck E Cheese

October 2 – October 31

Get 30 minutes of All You Can Play FREE every day when you purchase 60 minutes of game play. Plus enjoy pumpkin shaped pizza and slime-themed desserts. 

Haunted House Dance party with candy daily at 630pm, 730pm, and 830pm. 

Costume Contests October 27 – 29 at 7pm 

Halloween Events in Las Vegas

Spooky Kids Night Out

Friday, October 14, 6pm – 9pm
Bob Price Community Center, 2050 Bonnie Lane, Las Vegas

Kids (ages 6-12 years old) will enjoy a fun night of group games, exclusive game room time, a themed craft, and food at Bob Price Recreation Center on Friday, October 13 from 6-9pm. $10 per child. Register at Bob Price’s front desk. 

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Hundley Foundation’s Spooktacular Halloween Party

Saturday, October 14, 530pm – 830pm
Flamingo Park, 6225 Flamingo Rd

FREE “Spooktacular Halloween Party” with food, candy, games, prizes and MORE!

There will be hamburgers and hot Dogs and enjoying a fun evening filled with candy, lots of games, amazing prizes and our favorite – TRUNK-OR-TREATING!!!! 

3rd Annual Great Southwest Pumpkin Patch

Saturday, October 14, 9am – 5pm
Sunday, October 15, 9am -5pm
825 Nevada Way, Boulder City

Meet the Boulder City PD Horses, games, food, and family fun. 

Nightmare on Q Street 

Saturday, October 14, 7pm
Orleans Arena

Nightmare on Q Street Features: Ice Cube, E-40, Warren G, Ying Yang Twins & Amanda Perez


Rainbow Library Trunk-or-Treat

Wednesday, October 18, 4pm – 7pm
Rainbow Library, 3150 N Buffalo Drive, Las Vegas

The 3rd annual Trunk-or-Treat event at Rainbow Library. Come dressed in costume and visit community partners’ trunks and tables for sweet treats and prizes!
Free and open to the public. Candy and prizes are available while supplies last. 

Cars at the Cantina

Wednesday, October 18, 6pm – 8pm
El Dorado Cantina, Sunset


All are welcome to join in the costume contests for children and adults. Bring the kids for candy, train rides and bounce house fun.

El Dorado Cantina will have happy hour specials on food and drink. Live DJ spinning spooky tunes. 

Halloween at the Y Family Event

Friday, October 20, 6pm – 8pm
Durango Hills YMCA, 3521 N Durango Drive, Las Vegas

A spooktacular trunk-or-treat event at the YMCA!  The event will be held in the parking lot with candy, DJ, games, and giveaways! 

S.A.F.E. House Spooktacular Celebration

Friday, October 20, 530pm – 730pm
Firelight Barn Dinner Theater
546 South Boulder Highway Henderson, NV 89015

The 2nd annual S.A.F.E. HOUSE Spooktacular Celebration promises a frightfully fun evening filled with family-friendly delights including a trunk or treat area, a costume contest, games and activities, and a BBQ.

Tickets are $40 dollars per person, but a discount is available for parties of more than 10. 


Paradise Patch Trunk or Treat

Saturday, October 21, 6pm – 8pm
Paradise Community Center

Join us on Saturday, October 21st, from 6-8pm for a spooktacular time. Take a stroll through our Pumpkin Patch, where you can find the perfect pumpkin to take home. Feeling creative? Visit our Pumpkin Painting Station and let your artistic talents shine as you decorate your chosen pumpkin. This event is more than just candy and pumpkins – it’s a chance to engage with your community and gather valuable information from our friendly partners. Whether you’re looking for resources or just a good time, there’s something here for everyone. 

Armed Forces Chamber Trunk or Treat

Saturday, October 21, 2pm – 6pm
Centennial Hills Library 

The Armed Forces Chamber Trunk or Treat & Haunted House provides activities, candy, contests and prizes, decorated vehicles and more.

The Armed Forces Chamber Trunk or Treat & Haunted House is open to the public and admission is free. Registration is not required but recommended.

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Hall-O-Breeze Tots & Treats


HellKats HotRod Annual Trunk or Treat

Saturday, October 21, 11am – 10pm (candy starts at 5pm)
The Silverton Hotel & Casino

This fun, free all day event is an annual tradition. Trunk-or-treat event starts at 5pm! 

Halloween Family Movie Nights

Spring Mountain Ranch State Park 

Saturday, October 21, 530pm – Scooby Doo
Sunday, October 22, 530pm – Hocus Pocus
Saturday, October 28, 530pm – The Nightmare Before Christmas

Movie is included in your park entrance fee. $10.00 per vehicle for NV residents, $15.00 per vehicles for nonresidents. The annual Park pass can be purchased at any Nevada State Park for $100.00 and covers your entrance fees at all Nevada State Parks.

For a donation the Spring Mountain Ranch Docents have your popcorn cravings covered. All you need is your picnic blanket and picnic dinner. 
No dogs, No highbacked chairs.

Pumpkin Park Grand Opening

Thursday, October 26, 3pm
405 Drake Street

The all new Pumpkin Park and Community Garden will have its Grand Opening on Thursday, October 26. 

Learn more about Pumpkin Park and its reservable planting beds HERE.

Pumpkin Carving Party 

Thursday, October 26, 6pm – 730pm
Hollywood Recreation Center

The Hollywood Recreation Center is getting into the Halloween spirit by offering an evening of pumpkin carving and painting. Bring your own pumpkin to carve or decorate. Then leave the mess with us!

Decorations and carving supplies will be supplied by Hollywood Recreation Center.

Open to participants of all ages! Children under 12 must be supervised by an adult at all times! $5 per person.

Hallow Harvest Festival 

Thursday, October 26, 6pm – 830pm
Bob Price Recreation Center

Commissioner Marilyn Kirkpatrick and Bob Price Recreation Center present Hallow Harvest Festival on Thursday, October 26 from 6-8:30pm. The event includes music, games, prizes, food, candy trail, bounce houses, and more while supplied last.

Trunk or Treat at Silverbowl Soccer Park 

Thursday, October 26, 6pm – 9pm
6800 E Russell Road

Trunk or Treat, presented to you by Commissioner Jim Gibson LVMPD SEAC STOP Coalition Whitney Recreation & Senior Center. 

Monster Mash Trunk or Treat

Thursday, October 26, 5pm – 9pm
The Crossing Church 

This trunk-or-treat in Las Vegas is presented by Clark County Parks, LVMPD Enterprise Area Command, and The Crossing Church. 

Trunk-or-Treat at Faith Community Lutheran Church

Friday, October 27, 4pm 
3505 S Town Center Drive, Las Vegas

Bring your family to Faith Community Lutheran Church and enjoy a safe, fun, Halloween-alternative to trick-or-treating door to door here in Summerlin. Kids can wear their costumes and get candy from car trunk to car trunk in our parking lot. There will be fun games, inflatables, music and free food!

Jeeps & Treats

Friday, October 27, 630pm
Shinkyokushinkai Karate Las Vegas
7035 W Ann Rd, Las Vegas

Decorated Jeeps, food vendors! Fun and games and lots of FREE candy for the kids! 

Halloween 5k & Trick or Treat Mile

Saturday, October 28, 7am
Wayne Bunker Family Park 

There will be fun for everybody as the kids will get to trick or treat along the 1 mile route and the adults can go for a 5k! Costumes welcome and encouraged!

The 1 mile run is a non-timed trick or treat walk for the kids. They will be assigned a bib, but it won’t be timed. The 5k will be chip timed!


UMC Halloween Safe-tacular

Saturday, October 28, 10am – 1pm
Clark County Government Center
500 S Grand Canyon Parkway 

Free goodie bags with treats, pedestrian safety gear and information at this  Trunk-or-treat style event. Free booster seats and education (courtesy of AAA.)

UMC Children’s Hospital and our community partners, CCSDPD, Nevada Office of Traffic Safety, RTC and others, are committed to reducing the number and severity of pedestrian injuries by empowering children to use safety gear as appropriate. 

For more information, please call 702-383-SELF (7353).

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Fantastic Indoor Swap Meet Trunk or Treat

Saturday, October 28, 10am – 6pm 
1717 S Decatur Boulevard

Fantastic Indoor Swap Meet brings you the 5th Annual Trunk Or Treat and Car show! Lots of family fun things to do all day. Car show, Pumpkin Patch, Haunted Maze, Trick or Treating inside and outside. Family Fun Halloween games inside! Live entertainment and so much more!

Note: Cosmic Pumpkin Patch is in this parking lot to combine your Halloween fun!

Epic Halloween Block Party 

Monday, October 30, 6pm – 9pm
Boys & Girls Club of Southern Nevada
2850 Lindell Road

There will be free popcorn & cotton candy (while supplies last), food vendors, a vaccine clinic, a car show, a photobooth, circus performances, a community resource fair, a face painter, a balloon artist, and more!
Questions? Email Jayson with Commissioner Jones at Jayson.Dagher@ClarkCountyNV.gov!

Halloween Puppet Shows

The Las Vegas-Clark County Library District will once again host Halloween Puppet Shows at branches across the Las Vegas Valley. 

Get the Halloween Puppet Show Schedule

Monster Mash Puppet Show and Trick-or-Treating

Tuesday, October 31, 12pm – 1245pm
Whitney Library 

Annual puppet show event plus trick-or-treating through the library. Costumes are welcome! Bags will be provided.


Movies on the Green 

Saturdays at 7pm 
The District at Green Valley Ranch 

These free outdoor movies are Halloween themed for the month of October. 

Saturday, October 7 – Hocus Pocus (1993)
Saturday, October 14 –  The Addams Family (2019)
Saturday, October 21 – The Nightmare Before Christmas
Saturday, October 28 – Hotel Transylvania (2012) 


Haunt the Wetlands

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Berkshire Hathaway Trunk-or-Treat

Friday, October 13, 530pm – 730pm
Berkshire Hathaway, 3185 St. Rose Pkwy, Henderson

Wear your costume. Free Tacos. 

The Zombie Run 5K

Saturday, October 14, 6pm – 8pm
Cornerstone Park, Henderson

Get ready to run for your life! All ghouls and ghosts are encouraged to come dressed in their favorite Halloween clothing or as a member of the undead. Souvenir T-shirts are guaranteed for the first 300 participants. All ages and fitness levels are welcome!
Participants are encouraged to come dressed in their favorite Halloween clothing or as a member of the undead!

Henderson Trunk or Treat

Thursday, October 26
Two Sessions: 430pm – 630pm, 7pm – 9pm 
Black Mountain Recreation Center
Henderson’s premier safe trick or treating event returns for an evening of festive fun. Put on your costume and follow the trick-or-treat trail in our parking lot where we pass out treats (or tricks) from the trunks of our festively decorated cars. The event includes a variety of activities and entertainment. A set number of tickets are available for each time. Early purchased tickets will be available for pick-up at Black Mountain Recreation Center on October 23-24th. Check the times posted on the night of the event for our costume contest. Children under the age of 3 yrs. are free.
Tickets are $5 night of event.
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Trick or Treat on Water Street 

Friday, October 27, 5pm – 7pm
Water Street, Henderson

The Water Street District Business Association’s  2nd Annual Trick or Treat on Water Street. Businesses will be handing out Candy up and down Water Street and nearby streets as well. Plus many businesses will be offering food and drink specials all night. Free Family Fun!

Sin City Church Trunk or Treat

Sunday, October 29, 11am 
Sin City Church, 50 N Stephanie St.

Trunk or Treat is after the 10 AM Sunday Service. The fun begins at 11130am, lineup starts at 11am. Families attending service go to the front of the line!
Bring your costume, your bag for treats, and your family and friends!
*Free parking available next door at RC Willey, event details subject to change, treats available while supplies last.

3rd Annual Ford Country Trunk-or-Treat

Monday, October 30, 4pm – 6pm 
Ford Country, 280 N Gibson Rd, Henderson

Bring the whole family on down to Ford Country for treats, festive activities, and fully decked out cars…the perfect way to kick off Halloween!

Henderson Equality Center Truck or Treat

Tuesday, October 31, 6pm – 8pm
Henderson Equality Center

Halloween Events in North Las Vegas

Safe Halloween Movie Night with NLVPD

Wednesday, October 25, 5pm 
Liberty Park, 2250 Las Vegas Blvd N

Join the North Las Vegas Police Department at Liberty Park to celebrate Halloween with a special screening of “Hotel Transylvania Transforaminal.”
Wear your Halloween costume, enjoy free kid activities by our community partners, get free popcorn and candy.

Halloween Events in Boulder City

Boulder City Halloween Express

Put on those costumes (no masks please) and join us for a fall family adventure aboard the Boulder City Halloween Express!

This event is a fundraiser for the Friends of the Nevada Southern Railway who support the museum in its preservation and education missions.

Prices vary depending on package selected ranging from $35-$50 for adults and $25-$45 for children.

October 13: Departures at 530pm and 730pm
October 14: Departures at 530pm and 730pm
October 15: Departure at 530pm
October 20: Departures at 530pm and 730pm
October 21: Departures at 530pm and 730pm
October 22: Departuresat 530pm
October 27: Departures at 530pm and 730pm
October 28: Departures at 530pm and 730pm
October 29: Departureat 530pm

Your non-scary journey begins with a 40 minute train ride to our railyard where you will disembark for a Monster Mash dance party. While there, enjoy refreshment, games, and of course a costume contest. After the one hour dance party concludes, you will re-board the train for the short 5 minute trip back to the station.

Nightmare at the Museum 

Tom Devlin’s Monster Museum
1310 Boulder City Parkway, Boulder City

Open select nights in October
Tickets are $20 per person

Nightmare at the Museum is a one-of-a-kind haunted attraction experience!

This is a lights-out flashlight tour of our creature collection, where visitors will receive a flashlight at the door and will find out firsthand what the monsters will do when the lights go out!

Situated in one of the oldest buildings in Boulder City and featured on the Twin Paranormal YouTube channel, we invite you to discover for yourself whether the spirits in our museum are real or not!

Boulder City Trunk or Treat

Saturday, October 21, 330pm – 8pm
Veterans Memorial Park, 1650 Buchanan Blvd

Costume parade and contest, trunk decorating contest, haunted tractor maze, kids activities, a food truck and lots more!!

Las Vegas Haunted Houses

Halloween Maze LV

September 29 – October 31, 2023
8665 W Flamingo Road, 89147

Get Tickets to Halloween Maze LV Now

Freakling Bros Horror Shows

No information for 2023 yet. 

Haunted Mine Experience

No Details for 2023 Yet. 

Asylum and Hotel Fear

Open September 29
Meadows Mall 

Las Vegas’ best haunted attraction is open Thursday – Sunday as well as October 30 and 31, 2023.

Tickets can be purchased at www.lasvegashaunts.com 

Beverly Theater presents The Wake

An Open Casket Viewing of Haunted Cinema

More than 40 Classic Halloween Titles

Purchase tickets at thebeverlytheater.com

October 1-15

  • Ringu (1998)
  • Get Out (2017)
  • Stop Making Sense (1984)
  • Videodrome (1983)
  • A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night (2014)
  • House (Hausu) (1977)
  • The Ring (2002)
  • Raw (2016)
  • Jennifer’s Body (2009)
  • Scream (1996)
  • Viva Las Vegas
  • Ocean’s 11
  • Little Shop of Horrors (1986)
  • Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
  • Nightmare on Elm Street 2 (1985)
  • Candyman (1992)
  • Tribulation 99 (1992)
  • The Shape of Water (2017)
  • Hereditary (2018)
  • Midsommar (2019)
  • Friday the 13th (1980)
  • Dracula (1931)
  • Dracula (Spanish version) (1931)
  • The Lure (2015)
  • Santo in the Wax Museum (1963)

October 15-31

  • The Lodge (2019)
  • Ganja and Hess (1973)
  • Ghosts of Goldfield (2007) – Fundraiser for local non-profit Unshakeable
  • The Hunger (1983)
  • Beetlejuice (1988)
  • Stunt Rock (1978)
  • The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
  • Evil Dead 2 (1987)
  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (1992)
  • Frankenstein (1931)
  • The Shining (1980)
  • Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
  • Suspiria (1977)
  • Repo! The Genetic Opera (2008)
  • Young Frankenstein (1974)
  • Harold and Maude (1971)
  • Phantasm with Director Q&A (1979)
  • Night of the Living Dead (1968)
  • The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)

The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Saturday, October 28
Regency Movies, Tropicana Cinema
3330 E Tropicana, 89121

Regency Cinemas will be offering a October showings of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Tickets are $12 and show times can be found HERE.

ScAREA15 Halloween 

AREA15 will transform into “ScAREA15” this Halloween.

Events begin October 21: 

Goth and Glampire gRAVE – Saturday, October 21, 9pm at The Wall

“Leaves of Darkness” Happy Hour with DJ Que – Thursday, October 26, 7pm – 9pm at The Oddwood Bar

LSDREAM – Thursday, October 26, 730pm, The Portal and A-Lot, 18+ event

Celebrating Nevada Day – Friday, October 27, 12pm – 5pm throughout Area15

Karaoke Night – ScAREA15 Edition – Friday, October 27, 7pm – 10pm, Asylum Bar and Arcade

“The Rocky Horror Picture Show” Immersive Viewing Experience – Friday, October 27 and Sunday, October 29, 730pm and 930pm shows at The Portal

Halloween Massive 2023 with G Jones and Special Guests – Saturday, October 28, 830pm, A-Lot, The Portal, and The Wall, 18+ event

Halloween Night: Christian Löffler + Parra for Cuva – Tuesday, October 31, 730pm, The Portal, 21+

Haunted Boulder City Ghost Tour

September 23 – November 2, 8pm
Beer Zombies, 567 Nevada Way Boulder City

31 Freak Street

Opens October 6, 2023
See the Event Calendar

New location for 2023
441 Nevada Highway in Boulder City, NV 89005

Admission: $20

This Halloween season, one of the creators from Bonnie Screams brings a chilling, new haunt experience. This headquarters, once owned by Old Man John Wooden, is said to have been swarmed by unrecognizable creatures that came out only in the dead of night. Slowly, these extraterritorials started to take over the old man’s mind, as well as his store. One night, Old Man John Wooden was seen running from the building screaming he had been found! After 75 years, the building was overtaken and what remains inside is only known by those brave enough to enter.

Zak Bagan’s Haunted Museum 

Open Wednesday – Monday, 10am – 8pm
600 E. Charleston 

Tickets start at $54. This experience is 14+.

Halloween Emporium and Haunted Tea Room 

Open year round
4555 S Ft Apache

Coffee, Tea, Decor, Costumes, and Ghost Hunting Equipment

Halloween Pop Ups - Adults Only

Nightmare on Spring Mountain

The Sand Dollar
3355 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas

Open daily 3pm – 4am

Nightmare is a Halloween-themed pop-up cocktail bar that serves fall inspired holiday cocktails in a spooky setting. With dark and spooky decor, professionally developed cocktails and the nostalgic energy of a 1980’s horror movie. Nightmare is sure to bring out the kid in even the most stubborn “adults” out there.

Nightmare on Spring Mountain is first-come, first-serve basis. No reservation required. Festive Halloween attire encouraged. 

The Haunted Tavern
A Dark Pop-Up Cocktail Experience

Get Tickets HERE

The Cocktail Menu

The Haunted Tavern is a dark chilling cocktail experience run by the decedents of Ichabod Crane. The tavern keeper will guide guests through a 4-part interactive cocktail journey while sharing chilling and dark tales of his ancestor’s past and the ghost of the City. Beware of the surprises of the night and of course, the guests that never left. The event is held at some of the most haunted locations in the world and home to their very own ghost.

Inside the Tavern, you will be served four ghostly cocktails while the Tavern Keeper shares the dark and chilling stories of the tavern’s past. Hear the chilling and dark tales that haunt the venue, and beware the ghost that never left… Your night will be filled with surprises—the ghost tends to sit in on the experience and scare those brave enough (or filled with enough liquid courage) to enter!

Abandon at Vegas Theatre Company

October 5 – October 31
Vegas Theatre Company

Embrace the macabre and step into the twisted world of ABANDON, a frightening, kinky, and darkly humorous theatrical experience, where the line between pleasure and pain blurs into a mind-bending world of unspeakable horrors and forbidden desires. Presented by Las Vegas Horror Show, LLC and Vegas Theatre Company, ABANDON will explore the darkest corners of the human psyche and terrify Las Vegas audiences for a five-week run in the vibrant Las Vegas Arts District, beginning Thursday, October 5, 2023.

Clark County Parks & Rec Halloween Events

Some events require registration. More details here.

Halloween Crafts
October 5, 5pm – 7pm
Winchester Dondero Cultural Center
3130 McLeod Drive

Hall-O-Breeze: Tots & Treats
October 21, 1pm – 3pm
Desert Breeze Community Center
8275 Spring Mountain Road
This event is for children ages 3-5 years

October 21, 5pm – 8pm
All ages event

Monster Mash Movie Bash
October 21, 4pm – 8pm
Lewis Family Park, 1970 Tree Line Drive

Paradise Patch: Trunk or Treat
October 21, 6pm – 8pm

Paradise Recreation Center, 4775 S. McLeod

Walnut Scare House
October 24, 6pm – 8pm
Walnut Community Center, 3075 North Walnut Road

Helen Meyer’s Haunted Halloween Trunk-or-Treat
October 25, 6pm – 8pm
Helen Meyer Community Center, 4525 New Forest Drive

Hollow Harvest Festival
October 26, 6pm – 830pm
Robert E. Price Recreation Center, 2050 Bonnie Lane

Monster Mash
October 26, 5pm – 9pm
The Crossings Church, 7950 West Windmill Lane

Tommy’s Spooky Adventures
October 26, 4pm – 8pm
Hollywood Aquatic Center, 1550 South Hollywood Boulevard

Trunk or Treat
October 26, 6pm – 9pm
Silver Bowl Park, 6800 East Russell Road

Haunt the Wetlands
October 26, 4pm – 8pm
Clark County Wetlands Park, 7050 Wetlands Park Lane

Spooky Springs
October 28, 4pm – 8pm
Aquatic Springs, 7025 South Fort Apache Road

Boo Bridge
October 30, 4pm – 6pm
Cambridge Recreation Center, 3930 Cambridge Street

Wicked Whitney
October 30, 530pm – 8pm
Whitney Recreation Center, 5712 E. Missouri Avenue

Halloween Safe Night at Pearson
October 31, 5pm – 830pm
Dr. William U. Pearson Community Center
1625 W Carey Avenue

Tales from the Dales at Parkdale
October 31, 530pm – 830pm
Parkdale Recreation Center, 3200 Ferndale Street

City of Henderson Halloween Events

Fun with Food Friday
October 6, 13, and 20 | Valley View Recreation Center

Join us for a tasty good time as we create edible art and delectable designs with food. You won’t want to miss out on these spooktacular specialties that are sure to suit even the most ghoulish of taste buds. 
Registration is $3.

Spooky Birds
Saturday, October 7 | Bird Viewing Preserve

Learn about spooky birds, make a craft, take a tour on the Bird Mobile, and trick or treat along the Bird Viewing Preserve’s walking path. Watch out for things that go bump in the night.
Registration is $7 when purchased in advance and $10 the day of.

Cosmic Swim Freaky Friday
Friday, October 13 | Henderson Multigenerational Indoor Pool

A haunted spooktacular cosmic experience of light and sound. Your interstellar aquatic experience includes music, lights, and glow gear. Don’t be scared, all ghouls and gals are welcome.
Registration is $5.

Little Villains Ball
Friday, October 13 | Valley View Recreation Center

Calling all villains! Dress your children up as their favorite Disney villain while celebrating All Hallow’s Eve. Tell them to bring their dancing feet and a sweet tooth to celebrate the misunderstood. Snacks and refreshments will be provided while supplies last. Children 5 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Registration is $5.

Escape Room Series: Goosebumps
October 13-14 | Downtown Recreation Center

Looking for something fun to do with the family? Join us for a Goosebumps-themed escape room. Families will have one hour to escape the room. Each reservation time slot below holds a maximum of 10 participants from the same household.
Registration is $15.

10th Annual Zombie 5k Run
Saturday, October 14 | Cornerstone Park

The walking dead return to Cornerstone Park! Participants are encouraged to come dressed in their best Halloween costumes or as a member of the undead. Souvenir T-shirts are guaranteed for the first 300 participants. All fitness levels are welcome.

5K Run registration fees start at $45, 1-mile walk registration fees start at $25.

Heritage Harvest Festival 
Saturday, October 14 | Heritage Park Senior Facility

Come on down to our annual family friendly festival. Live entertainment, a craft fair with 40+ vendors, children’s activities including a petting zoo, bounce houses, face painting and multiple games for all ages. There will be free food items and refreshments that include popcorn and cotton candy. Other refreshments are available at a nominal fee. Explore a variety of senior health and information booths, volunteer opportunities, safety information and free health screenings. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Registration is not required and all ages are welcome.

Ghost Hunting 101
Friday, October 20 | Valley View Recreation Center

Have you ever been interested in the paranormal? Join us at Valley View Recreation Center to learn about the basics of paranormal investigating and research, decipher false positives, safety protocols, different spiritual hauntings and the equipment used. Feel free to bring your own dowsing rods and digital cameras to try and capture apparitions and orbs. We are searching for authentic experiences and take this seriously.
Registration is $20.

Haunted Ghost Tour
Friday, October 20 | Whitney Ranch Recreation Center

Join us in the most haunted sites in Henderson and Las Vegas with local Paranormal Specialist David Castle. Learn the history behind these haunted locations, use paranormal investigative tools and listen to your guide tell you scary stories as you go. Find out if the stories are true yourself on this on and off bus tour.
Registration is $30.

Trunk or Treat
Thursday, October 26 | Black Mountain Recreation Center

Trunk or Treat is back at Black Mountain Recreation Center! Put on your costume and follow the trick-or-treat trail in our parking lot where we pass out treats (or tricks) from the trunks of our festively decorated cars. The events include a variety of activities and entertainment.
Registration is $3 when purchased in advance and $5 at the door.

Haunting at the Ranch
Friday, October 27 | Whitney Ranch Recreation Center

Calling all Ghouls and Goblins, come dressed to impress at our first annual masquerade ball! Enjoy a night of dancing with a live DJ, spooky games and activities along with light refreshments. Prizes will be awarded for best costume in the following categories: Best Dressed, Spookiest, Most Comical, Fantastic Duo & Best Themed Group.
Registration is $10.

Pet Trick-or-Treat 1-mile Walk
Saturday, October 28 | Heritage Bark Park

Show off your pet’s Halloween costume and bring a trick-or-treat pail as you walk along Heritage Park Trail stopping along the way to collect dog treats. Prizes will be awarded for best costume and best human/pet costume combo during each session. Join us for an after party in the dog park where we will announce the winners.
Registration is $7 beforehand and $10 the day of.

Teenie Weenie Halloweenie
Tuesday, October 31 | Valley View Recreation Center

Get your little ones dressed in their favorite costume and take part in some spooktacular shenanigans! Candy, games and fun for everyone who comes to celebrate. Children 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Registration is $5

City of North Las Vegas Halloween Events

Create a Sugar Skull 
Wednesday, October 11, 530pm – 630pm
Alexander Library

Explore the rich history of Sugar Skulls and craft your own to take home as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and gear up for Halloween.

Participants aged 6 to 11 are welcome, and we kindly request participants register ahead of time to ensure we have sufficient supplies.

To register, call the Alexander Library at 702-633-2880

Harvest Fest & Trunk or Treat 
Saturday, October 21, 1pm – 5pm
Silver Mesa Recreation Center

Enjoy family activities, Trunk or Treat, Halloween costume contest, carnival games, dance contents, live entertainment, face painting, balloon artists, bounce houses, delicious food, and lots of candy prizes!

North Las Vegas Police Safe Halloween
Saturday, October 25, 5pm
North Las Vegas City Hall 

Join the North Las Vegas Police Department at Liberty Park as we celebrate Halloween with a special screening of “Hotel Transylvania Transforaminal.”

Wear your Halloween costume, enjoy free kid activities by our community partners, get free popcorn and candy.

The Largest Truck or Treat Event
Friday, October 27, 5pm – 9pm
Craig Ranch Regional Park

The largest Trunk or Treat event in North Las Vegas at Craig Ranch Regional Park!

In partnership with the Great Taco Festival, families will enjoy a car show, children activities and games, delicious food, and buy one get one free tickets to the Las Vegas taco Fest.

For more information, call 702-633-2418.

Harvest Festival & Trunk or Treat
Saturday, October 28, 10am – 2pm

Neighborhood Recreation Center

Celebrating the fall season at the Harvest Festival! The Trunk or Treat event will feature a haunted bus, Halloween costume contest, children games and activities, entertainment, delicious food, and abundance of candy! the public.

City of Las Vegas Halloween Events

Note: Community, senior and cultural centers will be closed Oct. 25 for Nevada Day holiday observance.

All activities are subject to change.

More information is available at www.artslasvegas.org and www.lasvegasparksandrec.com.

Ward 2 Trunk or Treat & Movie in the Park

Saturday, October 12, 6pm
Bruce Trent Park, 8851 Vegas Drive

Bring the family in costume to enjoy a trunk or treat and free showing of PG-rated movie “Casper” under the stars. Enjoy popcorn and water while supplies last. Food trucks will offer refreshments for purchase. Lawn seating — bring low chairs or blankets to be more comfortable for the movie.

Call 702-229-2420 for more information.


“Spooktacular” Halloween Carnival

Tuesday, October 22, 6pm – 8pm
Cimarron Rose Community Center, 5591 N. Cimarron Road

Bring the family dressed in your favorite costumes to play games, enter the costume contest, win prizes, trick-or-treat and walk through the haunted forest.


Halloween Haunted Courtyard and Trunk or Treat 

Thursday, October 25, 630pm – 830pm
East Las Vegas Communi, 702-229-1515.

Join us for our annual Halloween Trunk or Treat and the Haunted Courtyard.  We need participants to sign up to decorate their cars and provide candy at the trunk or treat!  Please call 702-229-1515 for more information.


Ward 1 Creature Feature Movie & Trunk or Treat

Thursday, October 24, 7pm – 9pm
Mirabelli Community Center, 6200 Hargrove Ave.

Bring the family in costume to enjoy trunk-or-treating, 7-7:30 p.m. and stay for a free showing of the “Hocus Pocus” movie under the stars at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments will be available for purchase.


Ward 4/YMCA Trunk or Treat

Friday, October 25, 630pm
Durango Hills Community Center parking lot/YMCA, 3521 N. Durango Drive.

Join Ward 4 Councilman Stavros Anthony and kick off your Halloween season at this annual family friendly trunk-or-treat event. Bring the family in costume to enjoy free candy, mad science haunted house, bounce house, cakewalk and games, while supplies last. Candy giveaways at each “trunk” for those dressed in costume. Raffle tickets will be for sale. Call the YMCA at 702-240-9622 for more information.


Halloween at the Pool – Witches, Wizards & Water! 

Saturday, October 26, 12pm – 5pm
Municipal Pool, 431 E. Bonanza Road

Cost: $4 per person.

Wear your swimsuit to enjoy hauntingly good music, fun games, spooky concoctions and a game of water Quidditch with the Life Ghouls!

StorySLAM “The Dark Side” (age 13+)

Saturday, October 26, 7pm
Charleston Heights Arts Center, 800 S. Brush St.

Pay what you wish ($5 suggested).

Back by popular demand, StorySLAM is a celebration of words and experiences that shape and define who we are. Las Vegas storytellers will share their own personal and genuine stories with the audience, connected to the theme for this presentation – “The Dark Side.” Sometimes we need to expose ourselves to the darkness to appreciate the light. Join us as storytellers recount experiences of encounters with “The Dark Side.” This event is funded in part by a grant from the Nevada Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. For information, visit www.ArtsLasVegas.org or call 702-229-ARTS (2787).


Dive-In Movie Night! 

Saturday, October 26, Doors open 730pm – Showtime: 8pm 
Pavilion Center Pool, 101 S. Pavilion Center Drive

Cost: $4 per person.

Take a dip in the pool, lounge on a raft, or relax in a deck chair while watching “Hotel Transylvania 3” on the big screen.  Light refreshments will be provided for a small cost. All pool rules apply.


Ward 6 Halloween at the Y 

Thursday, October 31, 5pm – 8pm 
Centennial Hills Community Center/YMCA, 6601 N. Buffalo Drive.

Bring the family in costume to enjoy fun Halloween activities, including costume parade, crafts, DJ music, trick-or-treating with community vendors, and food trucks. For more information, call 702-229-5463.

Safe Night Halloween Carnival

Thursday, October 31, 5pm – 8pm
Doolittle Community Center, 1950 N. J St.

Bring the family in costume to enjoy trunk or treating, jumpers, games, costume contests, prizes, a climbing wall, community vendors and more.  Sponsored by the city of Las Vegas, Clark County/Pearson Community Center, Councilman Cedric Crear, County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, KCEP Radio, Democracy Prep, Matt Kelly Elementary School, Mario’s Westside Market, Nevada Youth Network and the Nevada Black Police Association.

Halloween Movie at the “E” 

Thursday, October 31, 6pm – 8pm
East Las Vegas Community Center, 250 N. Eastern Ave.

Cost $2; must have an East Las Vegas Community Center Rec Pass.

Bring the family Halloween night to enjoy a Halloween-themed movie on the patio with candy, popcorn and beverages. This is a great safe place for the kids on Halloween night.