Asylum and Hotel Fear Return to the Meadows Mall This Halloween Season, Oct. 3

Asylum and Hotel Fear Return to the Meadows Mall This Halloween Season, Oct. 3
Las Vegas Haunts presents 21 Years of FEAR!
The Meadows Mall, once again, transforms this Halloween season to the home of the Asylum and Hotel Fear haunted houses. Asylum & Hotel Fear are Las Vegas’ largest haunted attractions.

New this year is “BLACKOUT” select days at the Asylum. There is a power failure so you must navigate the darkened corridors with nothing but a glow stick. Experience the Asylum in a whole new light.

Opening weekend is Oct. 3 as they start accepting “patients”, so red X your calendar.  The excitement happens Thursdays through Sundays in Oct., Halloween week the 29-31. Blackout dates are Oct. 3, 6, 10 & 20.

Asylum & Hotel Fear have been nationally recognized as a Top West coast Haunt by Forbes magazine, USA Today, Buzzfeed, Hauntworld Magazine, also just to name a few.

Asylum & Hotel Fear are different because they create an original and unique intertwined storyline. Each attraction tells part of the story. It’s the tale of two families, met by chance, together by fate, bound by horror.  In today’s attractions we forward 20 years from the original storyline to see what has transpired. It seems things have gone wrong…very wrong.

The movies “Rust” and “Rust2” were shot IN the attractions, with “Rust 3” to shoot this October. You aren’t just walking scenes were someone tries to recreate a movie set… you walk the ACTUAL sets used in the movies. You can watch the films…then come “Walk the sets, live the terror and experience the horror!”

Asylum & Hotel Fear take up residence at the Meadows Mall, 4400 Meadows Lane, between Valley View and Decatur just off the 95.  Tickets are $17.00 for a single attraction, $27.00 for a Combo ticket to both haunts (additional fee for BLACKOUT).  VIP tickets can be purchased for those who don’t want to wait in the long lines. Partial proceeds benefit Paradise Ranch Foundation, a local charity dealing with mental health though HAT (Horse Assisted Therapy)

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