Celebrating its 13th year, Fright Dome takes place in what is normally the family-friendly Adventuredome theme park. Come October, Fright Dome creator Jason Egan and his team transform the park into a spooky spectacle with terrifying haunted houses, multiple scare zones, live macabre entertainment and quite a few other scary surprises.
Encompassing five acres of fog-filled, cobweb-covered and blood-spattered attractions, Fright Dome is much more than your average haunted house. Egan and his team of designers, artists and engineers work year-round to create all of the props and special effects in Fright Dome. Everything in the park is unique and created from scratch at Egan's scare warehouse, also located in Vegas.
Along with all the creepy props and spooky scenes, Fright Dome is filled with costume-clad scare actors that really make the undead come to life. These scare actors are part of each haunted house and also inhabit multiple scare zones located throughout the park, where they lurk in dark corners, waiting to scare their next victim.
Guests at Fright Dome also have access to theme park rides such as Canyon Blaster, El Loco, Chaos, Disk'O and the Inverter, which are available year-round at Adventuredome.
Since opening in 2003, Fright Dome has continued to lure in more than 60,000 thrill seekers each year, including many celebrities. It's also been voted one of the Top 5 scariest haunted attractions in the nation by Travel Channel.
This year Fright Dome has created an "Insanitarium" which will send visitors on a terrifying journey through an authentic morgue, which was disassembled from one of the most historically haunted locations in the country, the insane asylum Norwich State Hospital in Connecticut. It was been reassembled at Fright Dome and will feature freezing temperatures, hellfire from the crematorium, and rancid smells of rotting flesh.
For anyone who loves Halloween, horror movies and haunted houses, Fright Dome at Circus Circus is a must-see attraction.