The best things to do in London this Halloween
Guys, girls and ghosts, we’ve got the perfect line-up of things to do this Halloween in London.
Swing into the darkness this autumn with the Sundown Sessions at Go Ape in Battersea Park. Throughout October, adrenaline junkies are invited to join the nighttime adventures, climb mega-high platforms in the darkness and experience sense-heightening activities in the lead up to Halloween.
Haunted Pub Crawl
Haven’t had enough of a fright over this past year? Well, with some of London’s creepiest pubs dating back to the 1600s, you are in for a (trick or) treat. Unexplained sightings are reported in some of these famous pubs, so whether you're a ghost hunter or a lover of scary stories, check out this list of haunted watering holes and plan a creepy pub crawl.
This Halloween, spirits at the Tower of London are back with a vengeance. Apparently, trumpets from Anne Boleyn's coronation can be heard near her old apartments, tobacco has been smelt near Raleigh’s Walk, and something terrible is afoot in the Salt Tower. Head to the Tower of London this Halloween to solve a mystery along the trail and learn about the ghost-like history.
At this fang-tastic dance/walk through the streets of London, Ruth the Wicked will lead you to flash mobs of singing and raving in the streets with feel-good uplifting music. The event starts at Covent Garden Tube Station on Saturday 30th October. Zombies and Skeletons welcome.
The Old Brewery in Greenwich is back in quiz-ness! Go along to enjoy a spooky evening filled with fright and delight, at their scary themed pub quiz, at 6.30 pm on Sunday 31st October.
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