Fear the Walking Dead Survival attraction opens in Las Vegas

by Brittani Tuttle
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The cast of AMC’s “Fear the Walking Dead” came out to support the opening of the new walkthrough attraction.

On Aug. 29, AMC and Triotech rolled out the new Fear the Walking Dead Survival attraction in Las Vegas in the Freemont Street Experience. The attraction is inspired by the AMC series, and produced by Triotech, and brought many stars of the series to the debut event.

“Las Vegas is a tourist destination known for its amazing variety of entertainment. It is therefore the ideal place for a futuristic, immersive and interactive attraction,” said Ernest Yale, President and CEO of Triotech. “Fear the Walking Dead Survival incorporates many of our technologies and is a first for us in terms of creativity and immersion, as well as a business model.”

Fear the Walking Dead Survival is built to appeal to thrill seekers and Walker fans alike by bringing guests into the world of “Fear the Walking Dead” through this immersive attraction that combines an escape game, an interactive ride and a labyrinth into one.

Guests visiting the experience will find themselves in a military facility located inside a junior college, right in the middle of a zombie invasion. Only the bravest participants will explore the facility, which will force them to confront their fears and protect themselves against the zombie horde if they are to make it back to safety.

Tickets for Fear the Walking Dead Survival are $30, and can be purchased online, over the phone at (844) 947-8342, or in person at the attraction. Guests must be at least 3’4” tall to ride, and guests under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult.

For more information, visit the Fear the Walking Dead Survival website. Check out highlights from the attraction below:


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