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Las Vegas Ghost & vampire tours

Our most recommended Las Vegas Ghost & vampire tours

One Day Tour Las Vegas to Death Valley & Rhyolite Ghost Town

1. One Day Tour Las Vegas to Death Valley & Rhyolite Ghost Town

Take a private day trip from Las Vegas to Death Valley. Explore a harsh landscape of dunes, canyons, and volcanic craters. Learn about the history of the area as you pass the Harmony Borax Works and Zabriskie Point. Visit the ghost town of Rhyolite, inhabited for only 12 years during the gold rush.  After pickup, drive out to Death Valley National Park with your guide. At over 3 million acres, the park is host to some of the country’s driest, hottest, and harshest conditions. Experience a unique landscape of mountains, canyons, and colorful rocks, and admire panoramic views at Zabriskie Point. Pass the Harmony Borax Works and learn about the important role the industry played in the history of Death Valley. Reach the ghost town of Rhyolite, inhabited for a short time between 1904 and 1916. Explore its now desolate buildings and infrastructure that sprung up during a gold rush boom. Enjoy stunning views over the Mojave Desert to the south as you drive out of Death Valley. Make your way back to Las Vegas, where you will be dropped off to end the day trip.

Las Vegas: The Shadows of Sin City Adults-Only Ghost Tour

2. Las Vegas: The Shadows of Sin City Adults-Only Ghost Tour

Enter into the unfiltered world of the paranormal on an adults-only ghost tour in Las Vegas. Discover the most haunted places in this isolated city and learn about the darkness hiding in the shadows of the dazzling lights. See sites like the Clark County Bridger Building, Block 16, and Las Vegas Academy of Arts. If you're lucky, spot an apparition or two lurking in the corner of your eye or flitting along the hallways. This tour will take you through the darker and more macabre side of Las Vegas and is sure to send shivers down your spine. Break into the Mob Museum, or encounter a phantasmal trial at the Clark County Bridger Building. Other potential haunted sites include Block 16, Binion's Casino, Hotel Apache, Las Vegas Academy of Arts, and the El Cortez Hotel and Casino.

Las Vegas: Zombie Burlesque Comedy Musical Show Ticket

3. Las Vegas: Zombie Burlesque Comedy Musical Show Ticket

The undead never looked so good! Zany musical zombies from the atomic era take to the stage at “Club Z” with variety acts, comedy, a live big band and an award-winning cast of characters. This 75-minute show pays homage to the most famous horror movies of the ’40s, ’50s, and ’60s will take you on a journey of flesh-filled fantasies. Zenoch, the amazing MC, leads you into an underworld of dirty debauchery as drop-dead performers tease and titillate with authentic burlesque numbers. Zombie Burlesque features the perfect mix of top-notch dance routines, exceptional singing, laugh-out-loud comedy, improv, and audience interaction. In this show your fantasies come back to life!

Vegas Ghosts: Gangsters, Glitz, and Gore Ghost Tour

4. Vegas Ghosts: Gangsters, Glitz, and Gore Ghost Tour

Embark on the first and only walking ghost tour that brings you straight to the Sin City’s most haunted area: the Las Vegas Strip. On this tour, you will discover the ghosts of Vegas at night, and learn about the famous city's shocking past.  This entertaining and informative walking ghost tour will take you to eight locations including Planet Hollywood, Harrah's, Palazzo, and more. Your knowledgable tour guide will tell you of the hauntings that take place at iconic buildings along The Strip.  Be surprised by the many hidden and lost stories, along with reported hauntings that are sure to send a tingle up your spine. Throughout the spooky experience, learn the darker side of Las Vegas’ most popular attractions. Get the chills as you hear accounts of signs and visitations from prominent mobsters, failed actors seeking vengeance, and victims of ghastly accidents present at each of your stops. Hear their stories told by your experienced guide.

Goodsprings Ghost Hunt: Las Vegas

5. Goodsprings Ghost Hunt: Las Vegas

If you’ve ever wanted to go on a real ghost hunt, then our 4-hour tour of the haunted town of Goodsprings in Nevada is a must-do during your next trip to Las Vegas. Situated just half an hour from Las Vegas, Goodsprings is a spooky 100-year-old haunted mining town. Once a bustling community, the remains of Goodsprings are now haunted by ghosts of the former residents, the area having played host to countless ghost sightings and reports of supernatural activity over the years. Thanks to renowned ghost hunter Robert George Allen, you can now spend 4 hours stalking around this creepy old town, searching for the supernatural with real ghost hunting equipment. One of the real hotspots for paranormal activity is the famous Pioneer Saloon. With bullet holes smattered across the side of the building and a coroner's letter describing exactly how they got there, it’s believed that the gun shot victim haunts the Pioneer to this day. And he’s not the only one; the spirit of an old miner also calls the Pioneer home. Both ghosts have been spotted by staff and visitors many times in the past. But the Pioneer isn’t the only ghostly spot in Goodsprings. From the abandoned miners cabins to the spooky cemetery, hunting ghosts around this old town is bound to keep your heart pumping and your adrenaline flowing.

Las Vegas: Ghosts of Las Vegas Walking Tour

6. Las Vegas: Ghosts of Las Vegas Walking Tour

Walk the haunted streets of downtown Las Vegas on this ghost tour of the city. Find out about the dark, dirty, and downright wrong aspects of Sin City. Learn about the early days of Las Vegas as you hunt for its ghosts. Hear the tales of organized crime and mobsters that give the city its colorful reputation.

From Las Vegas: Ghost Town Wild West Adventures Day Trip

7. From Las Vegas: Ghost Town Wild West Adventures Day Trip

Discover the Wild West and ghost towns that dot the desert landscape. Choose from a shared or private day-trip departing from Las Vegas and uncover the mysteries of these ghost towns. Your guide picks you up and you head straight out into the desert. First, you'll stop at the Hoover Dam—that exquisite masterpiece of engineering. This enormous dam holds back the mighty Colorado River, and provides power for a huge portion of Las Vegas' bright lights, as well as residents in 4 states. We soon leave modernity behind, and head into the old mining town of Chloride, Arizona. Here you can see a still functioning "ghost town" that has been operating since the 1860s. The 250 residents who call these streets home are very proud of their history, and are happy to chat with you before you enjoy your deli style lunch. After filling your belly, we drive the iconic Route 66 to a small Ghost Town in Oatman, Arizona. There are 150 residents of this small outpost, and 1 poltergeist. Keep your eyes peeled! His name is "Oatie the Ghost" and is believed to be the spirit of William Ray Flour, an Irish miner. There's plenty of natural beauty around to enthrall you. The Black Mountains surround this town and make for some stunning photographs. Maybe catch a cowboy shootout at the local saloon! Before heading home we'll stop for a drink at the local saloon, and then head through the Mojave Desert via the old Gold Ruch town of El Dorado Canyon before returning to the glitz and glamor of Las Vegas.

Las Vegas: Ghost Hunt City Exploration Game

8. Las Vegas: Ghost Hunt City Exploration Game

The city game starts at The Mob Museum. It will take you around 1 hour to complete and you can also explore at your own pace: pause the game and resume anytime from the location where you paused it. You will finish at Golden Gate. As you solve challenges, the story unfolds and exact directions on your phone will guide you to the next location. Ready for an adventure? After your booking, you will receive an email with instructions on how to download and play the game on your phone. You can play on your own, in a large group or in several smaller groups that compete against each other and meet at the final stop of the game. We recommend that each user purchases a ticket for an optimal experience, although several people can share a phone. You will visit the following locations: • The Mob Museum • Oasis at Goldspike (Motel of Death) • Jackie Gaughan Parkway • El Cortez Hotel • Heart Attack Grill • The D • Hotel Apache • Binions • The Plaza Hotel and Casino • Golden Gate

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What people are saying about Las Vegas

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 2 reviews

Guide was very informative and my 12 year old loved it! The distance to walk was comfortable and at a casual pace. Found meeting spot without any trouble but maybe a name tag on guide would make it easier to identify them from the other people hanging around!

Our tour with Jim was absolutely wonderful. His knowledge is endless and he also makes everything so interesting. He's also extremely pleasant and friendly.

Alan was a complete legend, he made the car parks and alleyways of the Freemont area come alive with his storytelling.

A great show. Funny as hell with talented castt. Very interactive with audience. Hope to see again.

Alan was an amazing tour guide and super knowledgeable about the area