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My Experience At Las Vegas’s Best Kept Secret: Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum

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Aria Celentano
Trip Adviser gave a four star rating on Zak Bagans’ The Haunted Museum. After visiting I would agree with the rating and would recommend going.

Many have been to Las Vegas to experience the many attractions, hotels, casinos, and pools, but not as many people have been to or even heard of Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum located on 600 E. Charleston Blvd. In my experience of getting to visit this attraction it is definitely one to remember. In Downtown Las Vegas it is not unusual to see more vintage looking homes dating back to when Las Vegas was just becoming what it is today so at first glance, one might think this location looks like any ordinary old house or cottage. 

 

 Zak Bagans is an American paranormal investigator who has collected items from his encounters, and the museum consists of these supposedly haunted items. Now these items sit in the house that has been converted into a museum and people from all over can choose to see the items in person. The house itself is also supposedly haunted. When the tour starts, you have to turn off all devices. Then, entering the attraction you get to explore various rooms with different items inside. Within each room, a tour guide takes visitors through each room, telling them about each item, and T.V. screens offer additional information.

 

This museum is easily one of the spookiest and more intriguing attractions in Downtown Las Vegas. For general admission the ticket prices are $54 each unless you are a local to Las Vegas, senior citizen, or have military experience in which the cost is $48. This museum features over 30 rooms and for an upgraded all access experience there is an “RIP Tour” which costs $86 per person unless you are a local, senior citizen, or have military experience in which it is $80. The museum is typically open on Mondays and also Wednesdays-Sundays from 10 AM to 7:45 PM. Another good piece of information to keep in mind is to not try and bring little kids to this location as you have to be at least 14 years of age and anyone under 18 needs to attend with an adult. This is because there are many small artifacts as well that are not to be touched.

 

Not many are able to say they live so close to such an attraction and this is definitely an attraction you do not want to miss if you are into anything spooky or supernatural. Be sure to stop by when you get the chance. You can buy the tickets here: Zak Bagans Haunted Museum Tickets

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