Creepy Things To Do In London

There are two types of people who live for frights. First, there are the party animals who see the 31st  October as the night for dressing up and painting the town fake-blood-red. Then, there are the ones who are here for the scares... for whom this time of year should be a national holiday. Halloween parties are small potatoes for this particular coven; they need something spookier. With that in mind, we've rounded up the creepiest and most haunted things to do in London, with alternative Halloween activities that are a little more hands-on.

Last updated on 13th October 2021




@ Brompton Cemetery Chapel on Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st October 2021

Found among the headstones of Kensal Green, this candlelit concert is one of the creepiest things to do in London this October. This Halloween special will include poetry on Death, an eerie quartet and a Sergei Prokofiev piece inspired by Stalinist Russia.

AIM Escape

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Escape rooms that will leave hairs on the back of your neck? Get familiar with the unique spaces at AIM Escape, where dangerous spaces and creepy corners will put your puzzle-solving skills to the test with the use of augmented reality to make it even more scary.

London Dreamtime brings horror fanatics some spooky things to do, whether it's a Wapping ghost tour or a terrifying retelling of scary stories in the woods. Expect to walk into the unknown with these events, not fit for the faint of heart.

  Ghastly Ghost Tour

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@ All Hallows by the Tower on Various dates from Sunday 17th October 2021

Fancy a haunted experience at night? Grab your pals and meet at All Hallows by the Tower for some spooky stories and unforgettable walk. Hosted by an expert guide, the Ghastly Ghost Tour brings you all around your favourite spots in London to share some of its dark, spine-tingling tales. 

Brompton

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If you're looking for creepy things to do in London, there's no way you can miss out on Brompton's chilling events. With each talk centred around some aspect of death, these spooky stories come in support of London's magnificent seven cemeteries. 

  Paranormal Activity Tour

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@ Infront of Newspaper Stand Outside Farringdon Station on Friday 22nd October 2021 and 26 other Fridays

This two-hour tour of London's most ghostly locations will take you off the beaten path, into places with more than a few tales to tell. From creepy abandoned cells to seemingly harmless gin palaces, the Paranormal Activity Tour will attempt to commune with the other side at every stop.

@ Outside the Entrance to Cutty Sark Tall Ship on Saturday 23rd October 2021 and 28 other Saturdays

Be regaled with twisted tales of drunken sailors sent to "Shanghai", the Cutty Sark Curse and ghosts of jilted lovers as you embark on  Royal Maritime Greenwich Ghost Tour. Expect spooky hidden laneways, London's scariest park and a visit to Charles Dickens' favourite haunted pub.