Looking for unusual Halloween events in London? From spooky pop-up shops to terrifying ghost festivals, we’ve hunted down the best Halloween attractions in town!
London Bridge Phobophobia 2011
Phobophobia at London Bridge is back for 2011
Winner of the UK’s scariest attraction, The London Bridge Experience is getting prepared for its biggest thrill yet. Take the kids along to find out about the spooky history of London Bridge during the day, and when the sun goes down get ready for confined spaces, cackling witches and creepy crawlies! Phobophobia starts from 17 October – 1 November 2011, tickets are on sale now from £14.50.
The Wicked Witch of The London Sky
Take the kids down to The London Eye this October to help South Bank’s Wickedest Witch Wilhelmina regain her magical spells during a 30-minute Halloween ride. Tickets cost from £10.35 for kids and £18.90 for adults.
London Ghost Festival 2011
Back for its fourth year, the London Ghost Festival promises to be a toe-curling experience with creepy walks, talks and performances all based around London’s most haunted locations. Starting on 23 October and ending with a Halloween costume ball on 31 October 2011, this is one not to be missed!
Selfridges’ Dead Cool Halloween pop-up shop 2011
Need some spooky clothes for your Halloween party? Head down to Selfridges and embrace gothic glamour, sexy underwear and macabre fashion. Free to attend, this fashion event continues until 31 October 2011.
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