Our tour guide Lucas was only there for a month and he gave us the most amazing tour of the museum! This place is a MUST if you’re going to Las Vegas. There are so many interesting and exciting artifacts that you can only find here. You will definitely experience things that you have never experienced before. While the RIP upgrade sounds enticing, general admission is just as great. This two hour plus tour is definitely worth every penny. Thank you Lucas for a great time! Will definitely visit again.
We went to the museum on 3/31 for the final walk through of the night. Paid for the RIP experience and feel it was completely worth it for all the additional benefits it included on the tour. Patrick the tour guide was extremely friendly and up beat while also doing a phenomenal job at multitasking/entertaining the group every time the group was in the middle of transitioning between rooms but every single person we encountered really showed a passion and could tell they loved their job which is wonderful to see. We love that it wasn’t a smoke and mirror haunted house or meant to be scary on purpose and that you get to learn about many different objects as well as their historical background/importance. The tour lasted around 2 and a half hours where we personally did have experiences on our tour. Some of the note-able experiences having a sleeve tugged in cauldron room, chest pains in the dybbuk room, seeing a large shadow figure behind our tour guide while talking about Peggy outside her room, and upon returning to hotel we discovered major bruising all over my legs which we have pictured. Don’t let this review scare you or have it discourage you as we felt completely fine and safe with our tour guides. We also didn’t expect to have any experiences but enjoyed what we did experience. We would really love to go back on a future trip and do the RIP again as Zak is continually changing out items and rooms which is amazing to hear. Overall this was a very pleasant surprise on our vacation that everyone enjoyed
I have never seen so many creepy things under one roof in my life. Tour guides are knowledgeable, professional and excellent at presenting information in each room. The house itself is gorgeous and majestic on its own. The museum pieces make it even more spectacular. From the just plain odd items to the downright haunted and cursed, there were so many pieces there wasn't enough time to truly appreciate and look at everything one time through. Very well curated rooms with exciting themes throughout. For the first 30 minutes or so I was very affected and fought back the urge to leave. My fight or flight response was strong. My chest was tight and heavy, it was hard to take a deep breath. I felt dizzy and like right before you pass out. I really wanted to bolt out the door and into the sun and fresh air so badly. Just before I did so, we got to a certain room (no spoilers so I won't say which) and I was finally able to breathe and calm my heart rate. Not sure what it was that got me or if it was the overall energy but it was very strong and real. A certain artifact had me spontaneously erupt with emotion. It took hours for me to be able to think or talk about it without crying. Definitely worth a peek inside!
We absolutely loved Zak's The Haunted Museum. The creepiness and historical level is through the roof! The staff are all great and very informative. We had the absolute best time! Beware and listen to the tour guides! You don't want to bring any ghosts home with you! Make your reservations as they fill up fast. Definitely worth visiting Vegas for this alone! Thanks Zak, we'll definitely be back
Been wanting to go since I turned of age such an amazing place! All the tour guides and even the body guard helped us have a fun time with jokes. All the guides were extremely kind. Would highly recommend if you know what you're in for😉 Also added a few new sets such as James Dean and AL Capone! Every visit is a new experience and new things to see! I would highly recommend the RIP tour as a few things that used to be on the normal tour has moved to the all access pass.