Dig out your Halloween outfit and have a frighteningly fun time, whilst learning about horrible history with other like-minded souls!

Truly scary

Fans of Death Eaters can visit Warner Bros. Studio Tour London and discover more about the making of Harry Potter. It will be a fascinating experience, especially at Halloween time.

Even more frightening is a midnight tour of the Museum of London. Visitors can explore the most haunted spots in the 200-year-old building after dark, including gaining access to areas not usually open to the public. Let your imagination run riot on this freaky tour!

Why not spend a family sleepover on board one of the most famous historic clipper ships in London, the Cutty Sark? A scary night of exciting themed games, crafts and storytelling is planned. The night will be ideal for a little family bonding, but with a Halloween theme.

Even better is the Coca-Cola London Eye Witch Academy, where haunting hosts will take young witches and wizards on an interactive tour featuring a series of sorcerers’ spells and rituals, 135 metres above the Capital.  

Alternatively ZSL London Zoo will be marking Halloween by inviting visitors to prepare fruit for the bearded pigs to bob for, or carve out pumpkins at the pumpkin patch.

Adults enjoy Halloween too!

Scarfes Bar will be transformed into an eerie, haunted manor house library. Hosted by Dusty Limits in the guise of the mysteriously ageless poet Dante, this macabre evening will captivate guests with a series of back-tingling acts including a string trio, fire magic, contortion, cabaret, acrobatics, live jazz and more.  The evening will be tremendous fun.

There is plenty to do in London during Halloween.  Visit www.visitlondon.com to find out about the many events planned.