Halloween events in London

If you’re looking for something scary to do in London this Halloween then try the London Dungeon and London Bridge Experience. Little kids might prefer the Clink Prison Museum instead because it’s a little less scary. There are some more scary exhibits at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!

Spooky events in October

Craig recommends… The Hampton Court Ghost Tour and Tower of London Twilight Tour are definitely worth doing. The Jack the Ripper Tour was just alright. I’ve reviewed the London Dungeon, Clink Prison Museum and Ripley’s as well.

Woman In Black at Fortune Theatre

to Fortune Theatre A man is obsessed with a family curse and hires a sceptical young actor to help him exorcise the fear that grips his soul.
Ghost Bus Tours

Ghost Bus Tours The Ghost Bus Tour will take you on a journey through London's gruesome past, and into the dark heart of the capital.
Jack The Ripper Tour

Jack The Ripper Tour Walk the streets of Whitechapel and try and discover the identity of the Victorian murderer Jack the Ripper - if you dare!
Medieval Banquet

Medieval Banquet Come and enjoy a medieval banquet alongside English knights, singing minstrels, and the great King Henry VIII himself.
Old Operating Theatre

Old Operating Theatre Enjoy a demonstration of 19th-century surgery, held in the confines of the Old Operating Theatre at St. Thomas's Hospital.
Benjamin Franklin House

Benjamin Franklin House The Benjamin Franklin House will be laying on some free activities for kids this Halloween, with some spooky stories and games.
Addams Family at Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall The Royal Albert Hall will be screening the spooky 'Addams Family' movie alongside a live performance of the score.
Friday The 13th at Prince Charles Cinema

Prince Charles Cinema The Prince Charles Cinema will be showing six classic horror movies back-to-back in a movie marathon all-nighter.
Benjamin Franklin House

Benjamin Franklin House Discover the story of the Craven Street bones, which were uncovered in the basement of the Benjamin Franklin House.
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