Halloween in London 2023: From Sky Garden to Tower of London, 5 spots to get spooky in this October

The classic London spots where Halloween fans can get into the festive spirit this October.
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Londoners can head to some of their city’s most well-known spots for chilling events this Halloween. From The Tower of London to Sky Garden, here are the familiar spots where city locals can head to this spooky season.

Halloween is almost upon us, and as the city gets a ghostly makeover for the chilling season, themed events and happenings are starting to take over the capital.

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While those who call the city home have plenty of options for Halloween events, some of the city’s most well-known spots are also set to host their own eerie-themed festivities.

We break down the Halloween events happening at some of London’s most beloved spots this month.

Halloween at London’s Natural History Museum 

On Hallows’ Eve, the National History Museum is set to welcome guests after hours for an eerie spectacle in the South Kensington spot. As well as a silent disco among the venue exhibits, guests can also opt to go on spooky tours around the venue.

When: October 31

Nearest Tube station: South Kensington

More information is available on the Natural History Museum website.

Halloween at London’s Sky Garden

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Kicking off the Halloween weekend, Sky Garden will host a sky-high party for Londoners. As well as offering a view of the capital’s iconic skyline, the venue will have ghostly cocktails and chilling tunes.

When: October 27

Nearest station: Monument

More information is available on the Sky Garden website.

The classic London spots where Halloween fans can get spooky this October. (Photo credit: Adobe Stock) The classic London spots where Halloween fans can get spooky this October. (Photo credit: Adobe Stock)
The classic London spots where Halloween fans can get spooky this October. (Photo credit: Adobe Stock)

Halloween at London’s Hyde Park 

The Royal Park is set to host a few different Halloween events over October. From ghost tales and spooky storytelling events to walking tours, Londoners can head to the green space if they dare.

When: Events set to take place across October.

Nearest station: Hyde Park Corner

More information is available on the Royal Park website.

Halloween on London’s River Thames 

Halloween fans will also be able to get a fright on the capital’s iconic River Thames thanks to the London Eye River Cruise. On the boat ride, guests will learn some of the city’s dark past, including the phantom cries of Old London Bridge.

When: October 21 - October 29

Nearest station: Waterloo

More information is available on the London Eye River Cruise website.

Halloween at the Tower of London

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Visitors will be able to see a glimpse into the Tower of London’s past this Halloween season as they try and find some of the historic spots’ spirits from years gone by.

When: October 21 - October 29

Nearest station: Tower Hill

More information is available on the Tower of London website.

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