Where is the museum located?
The historic Wengert mansion which houses the museum was built in the downtown area near North Las Vegas Blvd. – Charleston Blvd & 6th Street.
Will I get a chance to meet Zak when visiting the museum?
Zak loves surprising fans checking out his haunted collection. Although he spends a lot of time there, we cannot guarantee a special appearance.
How long is the tour?
Tours last anywhere from 1 ½ to 2 hours. Specially-trained guides escort visitors through more than 30 rooms detailing the history of each exhibit.
Is the museum wheelchair accessible?
Management has provided access for wheelchairs to all lower levels. Accommodations have been made for the upper levels to guarantee all our guests are able to view Zak’s complete museum collection.
Where should I park?
Upon arrival, pull down the 6th Street entrance and turn left into the brown gated parking lot. Because parking is limited, we suggest using a rideshare like Uber of Lyft.
Are visitors allowed to take pictures inside the museum?
Unfortunately, management cannot allow guests to take pictures or record audio during tours. We want everyone to have the best experience possible.
What are the age restrictions?
No one under the age of 16 is permitted inside the museum. 16 and 17-year-olds must be accompanied by an adult.
Why are guests required to sign a waiver before entering?
The building is known to contain ghosts/spirits and cursed objects. Management wants to ensure every visitor is aware of potential risks which could be caused by unseen forces.
Where can I buy tickets?
Tickets can be purchased at the door or here on our website.
Do you offer discounts for locals, military and seniors?
Yes. Active and retired military, reservists and veterans must provide their military cards when they purchase tickets at the box office. Seniors over 65 and locals need to show a picture I.D.
What time is the last tour?
Our hours of operation are 1pm – 9pm. We suggest all guests arrive by 8:45pm to guarantee a good spot in line as we do see a pick-up in foot traffic once the sun starts to set.