Get Spooooked this Halloween


Before we know it the 31st October will be here, so it’s time to start your planning. Halloween has no age limit; you may have grown out of trick or treating but you’re never too old to dress up and party.


If you’re looking to be terrified there are great places to go in and around London. For starters you have the London Dungeons that is open all year around, telling the horrifying tales of London’s murky past. London Dungeons is based on real London history and is always an exciting day out. 


Roller-coasters can be scary at the best of times but with the added horror of being crept up on, the annual event of Thorpe Park Fright nights is most definitely one of the scariest events of the year. Take a walk through their scare maze, be prepared to be shaking with fear as you meet some unwanted faces who are also finding their way through the maze. Trek along an overgrown railway line but be careful not to disturb any haunted souls that were once aboard otherwise you might get a shock. All of this plus their selection of thrilling rides, but be careful you never know who you could bump into on these terrifying dark cold nights!


How about a bit of sightseeing with a twist? Jump aboard London’s Ghost bus night service and take a ride into the unknown. Listen to a unique conductor unearth horror stories of London’s mysterious past, whilst travelling around to the spots these events took place. You will encounter some of London’s most famous sights such as The Houses of Parliament, London Bridge, Westminster Abbey, Downing Street, Tower Bridge, St. Paul’s Cathedral and The Tower of London; however, you will be learning a more gruesome side to them. If you decide to board this ghost bus be prepared for a few surprises, as the bus may harbour a few unwanted passengers as well throughout the trip.

Wishing you all a hair-raising and frightful Halloween!

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