9 Must-Do Halloween Family Fun Events In Las Vegas

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Halloween Family Fun Events In Las Vegas

It’s here! It’s here! October is here!! I’m not excited, you’re excited! But seriously, we can hardly contain ourselves. It’s the month of all things spooky and Las Vegas is getting her Halloween decorations out. And kiddos old and young are looking forward to the Halloween family fun around the corner.

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Halloween Family Fun Events In Las Vegas

Anyone who has been to Vegas around Halloween time knows that we don’t mess around with this haunted holiday. From pumpkin patches to costume balls, we go all out to celebrate our favorite freaky festivities. And true to form, locals and tourists alike will have plenty of options this year to get their “boo” on.

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Halloween Family Fun Events In Las Vegas

I’ve lived in Las Vegas for 20 years, and there is always a day that stands out as special. That is the first time I see some empty warehouse don the “Halloween” sign. Spirit Halloween, I’m looking at you. True, we have costume stores year-round, being the entertainment capital that we are. But the Halloween costume stores come with something extra: the promise that Halloween is coming soon.

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Halloween Family Fun Events In Las Vegas

Now those of us who were Vegas residents in our 20’s and maybe even 30’s (don’t judge) know there are two VERY different Halloweens here. There’s the “Mean GirlsHalloween. That’s when you can bet you’ll see plenty of women on the strip in next-to-nothing costumes. Mouse ears and lingerie anyone?

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Halloween Family Fun Events In Las Vegas

Then there’s the “Hocus Pocus” Halloween. Those are more G and PG rated. That gives families the option of getting their kids involved without having to walk them around in a blindfold. Halloween should be for kids of all ages. So we put together a list of family-friendly events and activities around Las Vegas so that you and your littles can enjoy the candy-high holiday.

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1. Gilcrease Orchard Pumpkin Patch

Now open Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from 7am to 2pm. This is so fun for the little ones. They can pick their own sunflowers, pumpkins, apples, cucumbers and radishes. All available for purchase. And you have to try their apple cider and apple cider donuts while you’re there!

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2. Moapa Valley Corn Maze

Haunted corn maze, zombie paint ball, pedal carts and a cow train are just some of the fun you can have here. Funnel cakes and hot apple pie fries are just a few of the things on the menu. They have a full schedule of things planned for this season.

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3. Movies On The Green - The District At Green Valley Ranch

Movies on The Green is a fun time for the family. You can bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy a different movie every Saturday night in September and October. Of course this month’s picks are Halloween-themed. Seating starts at 7pm and the movie kicks off after sunset. Here’s this year’s October line-up.

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3. Movies On The Green - The District At Green Valley Ranch

October 8: “Beetlejuice” [PG] October 15: “Monsters, Inc.” [G] October 22: “The Nightmare Before Christmas” [PG] October 29: “Hocus Pocus” [PG]

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4. Parade Of Mischief

Dancing zombies and festive floats are among the eye-candy you and the kiddos will see at this annual Halloween parade. Every Friday and Saturday in October at 6:45pm. And it only lasts half an hour, so you’ll still have time for dinner at one of the tasty dining options at Downtown Summerlin.

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5. Halloween Town Pumpkin Patch

Halloween Town is a household name when it comes to Las Vegas pumpkin patches. They’re back this year with three locations. Boca Park, Silverado Ranch, and Southwest all open now. They offer carnival games, rides, food and of course the slides!

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6. Fear Factory Las Vegas

Tivoli Village goes all out with this Halloween bash. It’s open now through October 31, with hours changing as we get closer to Halloween. But you can count on it being open at least from 5-11pm everyday this month. You’ll see the Museum of Monsters, the Zombie Escape Maze and much more.

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6. Fear Factory Las Vegas

Tivoli Village goes all out with this Halloween bash. It’s open now through October 31, with hours changing as we get closer to Halloween. But you can count on it being open at least from 5-11pm everyday this month. You’ll see the Museum of Monsters, the Zombie Escape Maze and much more.

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7. Freakling Bros. Horror Shows

While this one is technically family-friendly, it’s not for the littlest of littles. It’s actually Las Vegas’ only R-Rated haunted house in Nevada. Well, it’s really three haunted houses in one place, all in the IKEA parking lot at Sunset and 215. Ticket prices are for as long as you can stand the scare. Food is available for purchase and the resident fortune-teller is there to visit as well.

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8. Asylum Hotel Fear

And while we’re on the subject of Haunted Houses, this one is dubbed the scariest and largest in Nevada. Located at Meadows Mall, it’s open now through October 31, but not everyday so check before you go. Whether you choose the Asylum or Hotel Fear, you’re in for a very scary good time.

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9. Halloween Ghost Walk At The District

A fun and safe trick-or-treating event for the kids. Costumes are encouraged as kids can go from trunk to trunk to collect their candy. A live DJ on site spins spooky tracks and there’s a costume contest with prizes. This annual event is also a perfect time for the kids, from 5-8pm on October 31st.