Airlines and Airports
Southwest's Plan To Prevent Another Meltdown
Inclusive Collection Blog
All-Included Meets All-Inclusive With Inclusive Collection
Bowman’s Travel Brief: Be a Kind Traveler
New Route: Toronto to Yellowknife
Caribbean Destinations Must Prepare for Climate Hazards, Says CTO Chairman
Circus Circus Las Vegas will celebrate Halloween with its annual Fright Dome, beginning Oct. 3. The attraction will take place in the hotel's Adventuredome, with opening weekend festivities that include guest appearances by Sid Haig (Capt. Spaulding) and Bill Moseley (Otis Driftwood) of Rob Zombie's "House of 1,000 Corpses" and "The Devil's Reject." Driftwood also appeared in "Halloween." This year, the dome will feature three new haunted houses: HillBilly Hell, Vampire's Bloodfeast and The Hex-Mas Nightmare. Other new features include Scare Zones with monsters and super creatures lurking in the dark and an off-the-wall stunt show starring the hosts of the Discovery Channel Canada's "Guinea Pig." Fright Dome will be open from 7 p.m. to midnight, Oct. 3-5, 10-12, 16-19, 23-26 and 29-31. Tickets are $33.95. Fast Pass tickets are an additional $15 and allow express line entry for all five haunted houses. For more information, call 702-794-3939 or visit www.frightdome.com.
The TravelPulse staff is comprised of experienced journalists and award-winning editors and writers. The team has traveled the...
the latest travel news, advice, updates, upcoming exclusive deals and more.
CEO of Zenbiz Travel, LLC
Why Brands Need to Embrace Travel Advisors as the Real Travel Influencers
Deliveries of Boeing 787 Dreamliner Delayed Again
A World of Discoveries Await with Regent’s 2025-2026 Voyage Collection Debut