Halloween Events in London- 2019

Halloween is approaching, how are you going to celebrate? Well if you don’t have any plans yet, not to worry! Strictly have put together a list of a few different activities for you to choose from, it’s time to trick or treat yourself…


Horniman Halloween Fair- Forest Hill (October 26th – 27th)

Take the kids to Horniman Halloween Fair, where they are encouraged to dress up in their scariest costumes, and take part in fun activities. They will be able to sit down to a spooky storytelling of ‘The Pied Piper’ with puppets, meet some creepy-crawlies, and even sit in on a slime-making workshop.

 

 

 

 

 


The Halloween Pumpkin Festival- Osterley Park & House (up until October 27th)

Take the children on a Play Trail around Osterley Park, where they can pick their own pumpkins to carve, toast marshmallows, and learning how the various animals of Osterley get ready for winter along the way.

 

 


Family Halloween Fun at ZSL London Zoo (up until October 27th)

Why not take part in some family friendly Halloween-themed activities, whether you’re taking your little monsters, or just in a group of friends, this is great fun for all ages. Creep onto one of their ‘Grim Keepers’ tours, join in the animal talks, or simply take a tour through the zoo and see all of the animals getting into the Halloween spirit.

 


The Ghost Bus Tour, Whitehall (up until November 3rd)

Take an eerie tour through the City, and learn all about the haunted history of London’s most famous attractions. Visit all of these well-known spots including London Bridge, The Houses of Parliament, and The Tower of London, but keep an eye on things that go bump in the night!

 

 

 

 


Halloween at The Clapham Grand (up until November 2nd)

If you’re feeling a bit more ghoulish, then you may prefer heading down to The Clapham Grand. Step into a ‘haunted Halloween house of terror’, dress up in your most gruesome gear, and have a choice of joining ‘The Grand Halloween Party’ or attending either the Hocus Pocus or Rocky Horror movie night. The scarier the better!

 

 

 


 Phobia 13- London Bridge Experience, Tooley Street, Tower Bridge (up until 26th October)

For the bloody-thirsty individuals who are in the mood to be given a real fright, then Phobia 13 is definitely suited to you. BEWARE– not for children or those with a weak stomach. Come face to face with Zombies, Jack the Ripper, Snakes, Clowns, Monsters, Spiders.. you name it!

 

 

 


Blog credit: Timeout, Osterley Park & House, Horniman Museum & Gardens, ZSL London Zoo, Clapham Grand