Eli Roth’s Goretorium, the first year-round haunted experience to hit Las Vegas, held its grand opening last night on the Las Vegas Strip. The 15,000-square-foot Goretorium — packed with state-of-the-art scares, bone-chilling special effects and a cast of hauntingly horrifying characters — is now open in the heart of Sin City.
Best known for creating the gruesome “Hostel” franchise, actor/director Eli Roth has coupled the latest technology with old-fashioned scares to bring his darkest nightmare to life as he invites hapless visitors to step inside the urban legend of the mythical Delmont Hotel. Guests start their frightening journey inside the lobby and make their way through the “abandoned” resort where, according to legend, a serial-killing family preys upon every person who dares to enter.
Goretorium also features an interactive webpage with a live-stream webcam inside the haunt allowing horror fans worldwide to see what happens to anyone who thinks they can make it through unscarred.
The terrifying $10 million haunt is home to Baby Dolls, a ‘60s-themed outdoor lounge featuring a magnificent view of the Las Vegas Strip and complete with nightly zombie feedings, as well as a one-of-a-kind horror retail shop with abandoned body parts as keepsakes to take home.
Brave couples can tie the knot inside the haunt’s working wedding chapel. Couples can choose their themed wedding package that includes special officiates such as a Zombie Slaying Minister, God of Gore Minister and Vampire Minister. Gore-wedding packages start at $1,000, with an array of gruesome add-ons to create an authentically disgusting memory for an additional cost.
Eli Roth’s Goretorium will be open seven days a week: Monday through Friday from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. and Friday through Sunday from 2 p.m. to 4 a.m. Tickets are $40 for general admission; $35 for advanced online. A Death Row VIP package is available for $60 and includes a complimentary line pass, express private elevator entrance to the haunt and complementary entrance to Baby Dolls Lounge.