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.
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.
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.
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.
Looking for the creepiest things to do in Central London? With sites in Oxford Street and Aldgate, this escape room experience is sure to send a chill down your spine. No Escape will have you racing through devilish dentist offices and haunted toy shops across 60 minutes.
London just so happens to be the most haunted city in the UK, and there are plenty of creepy pubs and brewing tales to back up that fact. Taking you to learn their deepest and darkest stories, join the Haunted London Pub Tour for a bar crawl to remember.
One of London's scariest attractions, this ghostly ride will leave you seriously spooked. Join the London Bridge Ghost Tour and journey back in time to the world's oldest operating theatre, spirits that linger in England's oldest prison and a 17th-century pub haunted by a canine ghost.