If visiting old houses and deserted spots set your adrenaline rushing, this place is sure to frighten even the bravest person. Zak Bagan's Haunted Museum in Las Vegas is home to terrifying and eerie artifacts from all around the world. You can explore items with mysterious pasts while hopefully avoiding running into any ghostly apparitions in the "flesh."

Zak Bagan's Haunted Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada, is a collection of old relics, twisting hallways, and spooky rooms filled with paranormal artifacts.

You can visit the museum and explore its terrifying hallways for $48, but make sure to pack some sage to ward off any unwanted guests from following you home.

Not for the faint of heart, some of the items on display are said to be so haunted they can follow people even after they depart the museum.

Before you enter, you'll have to sign a waiver.

You can glimpse things like the Dybbuk Box, which is claimed to be possessed by a dark spirit.

Stories about mysterious holes that appear around the exhibit can be found on the museum's official website.

There is even a staircase that originated in a place known as the "Demon House," where a variety of creepy happenings were reported before it was torn down.

With so many haunted artifacts in one place, it would be hard to visit without feeling some kind of supernatural presence.

Zak Bagan is the host of the TV Show Ghost Adventures, and throughout the years, has come up against some truly scary and surreal spirit anomalies.

Because of that, it is no surprise he would have an extensive collection of terrifying objects all kept together in one place for you to explore.

Just remember to keep that sage handy.

Zak Bagan's Haunted Museum

Price: $48+

Address: 600 E. Charleston Blvd., Las Vegas, NV

Why You Need To Go: You can peak this massive collection of haunted objects while learning about their dark associations with the supernatural.

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