Halloween afternoon tea in London: 3 spots to visit this spooky season

Three Halloween afternoon tea spots in the capital this October.

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Those wanting to add a scary twist to their afternoon tea experience this Halloween season will be able to find a few across the capital. We’ve found three of the spookiest high tea spots in London.

Halloween is almost upon us, and as the city gets a ghostly makeover for the chilling season, themed events and happenings will no doubt start to take over.

This Halloween season, a few afternoon tea spots will get into the spooky spirit to offer Londoners and visitors an eerie spread.

Here are three Halloween afternoon tea experiences to check out in London this spooky season.

Bridgit’s Bakery Halloween Afternoon Tea London Sightseeing Bus Tour

Spooky fans will be able to see some of the capital’s most famous sites while enjoying tea and cakes on the Bridgit’s Bakery Halloween-themed afternoon tea experience.

Where: Departs from Victoria Coach Station and Trafalgar Square

Nearest tube station: Victoria or Charing Cross

Price: Adult £45, Child £35

More information and how to book is available on the Brigit’s Bakery website.

Halloween Afternoon Tea at the Great Scotland Yard Hotel

Those looking for a more luxurious ghostly afternoon tea may enjoy the Great Scotland Yard Hotel’s Halloween spread.

Where: 3-5 Great Scotland Yard, London SW1A 2HN

Nearest tube station: Embankment or Charring Cross

Price: £59 per person

More information and how to book is available here.

Halloween Afternoon Tea at the Royal Lancaster London

The Royal Lancaster London will also offer a Halloween-themed afternoon tea experience with spooky treats, including Poison Apple to Eyeball panna cotta.

Where: Lancaster Terrace, London, W2 2TY

Nearest tube station: Lancaster Gate

Price: £45 per person

More information and how to book is available here.

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