Vascular neoplasms are the most common primary splenic tumors that include both benign and malignant variants. One of these variants is HEMANGIOMA which is a benign vascular tumor. HEMANGIOMAs are slow growing and large tumors are rare. These tumors are most often incidental findings during imaging studies, laparotomy, or at autopsy. Herein, we report a young lady presented with nausea, vomiting, epistaxis and huge splenomegaly. Imaging studies suggested a HEMANGIOMA that was confirmed after splenectomy and pathologic study. In the follow-up, the patient was doing well.