Spooky season is fast approaching, and people across the capital are deciding how to spend their Halloween in London. The same activities year after year, such as trick-or-treating or costume parties, can grow boring. As a result, you might be looking for something a little more interesting this year, like a Halloween tour in London. A Halloween walk in London will take you to the capital’s spookiest locations and inform you of the eeriest stories.
As one of the top London Halloween walks, we’re here to share with you some of the other exciting Halloween walks and tours in the area. Discover some of the most exciting Halloween places in London here.
When it comes to spooky walks and tours, where would we start other than with the London Jack the Ripper walking tour? Our Jack the Ripper ghost tour of London takes place seven days a week at 5:00 and 7:30 pm; however, Jack the Ripper and Halloween go hand in hand. After all, Halloween is a time in which we’re supposed to remember the dead, and Jack the Ripper is responsible for the deaths of many.
On our Halloween Jack the Ripper Tour, you’ll be guided through the streets of Whitechapel by expert Ripperologists and true crime enthusiasts. During the tour, you’ll also have the opportunity to see Whitechapel through the killer’s eyes, using exclusive Ripper-Vision Technology.
As you discover the East End through the eyes of the Ripper himself, you’ll be able to visit the murder sites of the Canonical Five, as well as other key locations. Similarly, you’ll be provided with the opportunity to examine the known victims and photos from Victorian London. Finally, you’ll get to know some of the principal suspects and learn the identity of the prime suspect that the police should have been searching for.
On the Ghost, Ghouls, and Gallows Walking Tour with Boat Ride, you’ll be presented with a professional guide and live commentary on board. The tour will depart from the Statue of Goddess Diana in Westminster at 7 pm, and tickets are £20 per head.
This tour invites you to delve into London’s dark history while you embark on a ghost tour of the city’s royal parks. You’ll be told spine-chilling stories as you wander dimly lit parks and cruise the Thames before the tour is drawn to a close at the Tower of London, London’s most haunted landmark.
On the Ghost Bus Tour of London, you’ll be greeted by a professional guide, and your transport will be provided by Routemaster. The tour departs from 8 Northumberland Ave. in Westminster, and tickets cost £27 per head.
This tour enables you to engage with the macabre on a bus tour through London. You’ll visit notorious local haunts of restless spirits. Pass chilling sites of torture, execution, and murder like the Tower of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and the infamous Fleet Street. You’ll experience all this while listening to fascinating facts about London’s gruesome past.
On the Haunting Stories & Legends Exploration Game, you’re gifted with full flexibility, meaning you can start, break, and finish at any time you wish. Despite this, a physical tour guide won’t be present. The initial meeting point is Bond Street Station, and the game is set to end at St James’s Palace for £6.09 per head.
What sets this tour apart from the others is that you’re required to solve clues that bring you to the most haunted areas of the city. These include the most haunted house in London, Queen’s Chapel, Green Park, and more. This game emerges you into the land of the inexplicable.
On the Haunted London Walking Tour, you’re provided with three separate guides, including a local guide, a professional art historian guide, and a professional guide. This tour begins at HMS Belfast in Southwark, ends at London Bridge, and will set you back £21 per head.
This tour presents you with neighbourhoods, museums, and monuments, all while you immerse yourself in ghostly stories. You’re invited to ask questions, engage in debates, learn and, of course, have fun!
We can say with confidence that our tour is one of the best Halloween tours across the capital. All our tours begin at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, which is situated by Exit 3 of Aldgate East Tube Station on Whitechapel High Street, and our tickets will set you back £15 per head.
Book your tickets today, and we’ll look forward to sharing all the gruesome details of one of the most notorious serial killers in history.