Things to Do in London this Halloween
London is a vibrant metropolitan city, but beneath the surface, is has a horrifying, gory past – making it an excellent destination for a fun-filled and frivolous Halloween this year.
Whether you are up for a Halloween themed party, a Jack the Ripper Halloween tour, or searching for ghosts is more your thing, you are sure to have the time of your lives in London this October.
Here are a couple of things you can do in London this Halloween.
All across London, galleries, heritage sites and museums will remain open after hours throughout the dark and eerie nights spanning 27th to 29th October. You will be able to experience late-night exhibitions, themed walks, special events, and guided tours during this spooky time.
Some of the most prominent highlights include the chance to drink wine while touring the house of Dr Samuel Johnson, solving the mysteries of Charles Dickens residence at the Charles Dickens Museum, and cooking in the House of Keats during the period of Regency.
The mystery of one of the world’s most gruesome serial killers, Jack the Ripper, is a tour not to be missed. The identity of this killer still remains elusive till to this day!
Go on an adventurous murder mystery hunt with guides dressed like Victorian-era policemen and tread the very same walkways and streets that Ripper did, while exploring the Victorian age; a time filled with disease, poverty, gaslights, fogs, and shadows. The Jack the Ripper Halloween tour is London’s most exciting tour – book your place here.
As one of the goriest experiences in London, you can’t miss out on the London Dungeon this October.
Relive London’s darkest moments, experience an era of the city’s most gruelling tales of murder and carnage with sights, smells, and sounds. You will be able to meet funny, frightening characters like judges, torturers, executioners, and local legends.
Hear their terrifying stories and get lured into the past. Furthermore, you will have to be alert as every nook and cranny of the dungeon is occupied by surprises. You are forewarned!
What are you up to this Halloween? We’d love to know about all that creeps, crawls and horrifies! For an experience to remember, join us on our tour and discover what really happened in the true serial-killer-that-got-away story that has rocked the world for over 128 years.
For more information, browse our site or buy tickets. Tours take place daily at 7.30pm for this creepy holiday – so wrap up warm and be prepared to be scared!
7 Days a Week
AT 2:30PM & 7:30PM
1 hr 45 mins
Tours will resume as normal from the 12th of April? Now taking bookings