Looking for the most exciting, gruesome and spine chilling events in London this Halloween? We’ve narrowed it down to give you our top 10 horrors; ranging from a spooky royal tour of Kensington Palace, sure to give you a sleepless night or two, to Boo at the Zoo, full of family friendly fun for all the kids to enjoy. There is something for everyone with events all over London, so there are no excuses not to join in on the fun. Make sure to tweet us @sarovahotels to let us know your favourites.
London’s Haunted Bus Tour with Golden Tours
Get bewitched this hallows Eve with a spooky night tour of the city and beware of what you find out about some of the capitals most famous attractions.
London Dungeon the Home of HalloweenA classic for Halloween that gets better every year. This year an all new character, The Master of Tricks, will take up residence in the Dungeon to ensure the biggest and boldest Halloween full of scary fun, mischief, tricks and treats, gripping storytelling, jump through the roof surprises as well as plenty of pumpkins.
Halloween at Museum of London This Halloween at Museum of London sees a terrifying night of ghost tours around the museum. In celebration of the spookiest day of the year, visitors can hear horrifying tales of terror as they take a stroll around the museum after hours.
Halloween at the London Bridge Experience and the London Tombs
Taking you through London’s history and into the haunted tombs underneath London Bridge, this experience will frighten even the most hardcore of horror fans. So if you’re searching for a scare this October, don’t look anywhere else.
Jack the Ripper Tour London hides plenty of nasty secrets, but the legend of Jack the Ripper is perhaps the most famous and frightening of them all. Discover the exact areas where the murders took place, and descend upon the many alleyways, which are largely unchanged since the Victorian era where the gruesome acts were discovered. The Jack the Ripper Tour London walks take place every night at 7pm outside Aldgate East Underground station and tickets must be booked in advance.
Boo at The Zoo – London Zoo & Halloween Fun Day – Battersea Park Children’s Zoo Some of the zoo’s inhabitants are pretty scary at the best of times, but Halloween is their chance to be extra creepy as visitors are treated to this week of family-friendly activities during half-term.
Halloween In Hammersmith A witches’ cabin on Hammersmith’s Lyric Square will be the hub for all Halloween happenings across three days of festivities this half term. A Pumpkin Hunt will keep the little ones busy as they hop from shop to shop looking for clues, with goodie bags rewarding all successful hunters. Face painting and storytelling will take place on Halloween itself, as well as a fancy dress competition to crown the best creepy costumes.
Halloween at Madame Tussauds™ Madame Tussauds™’ legendary Chamber of Horrors is more hair ‘n’ hell-raising than ever before, thanks to horrific new live fear experience Scream. Set deep within the confines of Chamber, and brought chillingly to life by actors, this sprawling maximum security prison promises to drive visitors as insane as its inmates. Deranged serial killers are out of their cells and out to get you, ghastly sounds confuse and confound, and hanging victims swing lifelessly – or so you think.
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