Hallowe’en falls on a Tuesday this year but there’s plenty of things to do before and after All Hallows’ Eve, so don’t let that stop you from celebrating all things ghostly and ghoulish!
If you haven’t already, why not visit one of London’s top attractions on All Hallows’ Eve…take a journey through 1000 years of London’s dark history from the infamous Jack the Ripper to Guy Fawkes. Rehoused on the South Bank, the London Dungeon is bigger and better than ever with full-on 360 degree sets, interactive shows, live actors (including the legend that is Brian Blessed as King Henry VIII no less) and 2 underground rides – the London Dungeon was made for Hallowe’en! Visit the Torturer – a mean son-of-a-bitch in his chamber and learn his evil tricks of the trade, walk the smog filled streets of Whitechapel and stumble across Jack’s latest victim and try the long-drop (no, it’s not a toilet) it involves an executioner and a noose…and new for this year take a ride on The Death Express – all followed by a swift stiffner in the Dungeon Tavern!
Find out more: www.thedungeons.com
The London Dungeon | South Bank
Nearest tube: Waterloo
Tickets from £21 – save 30% online!
Mon-Wed 10am-5pm (Last Entry)
Thurs – 11am-5pm (Last Entry)
Fri – 10am-5pm (Last Entry)
Sat/Sun 10am-6pm (Last Entry)
Dark Arts at Warner Bros Studio: The Making of Harry Potter
Fans of the Bespectacled-One should head to Warner Bros throughout October for the cinematic secrets behind such marvels as film snot, blood and drool and the Death Eater duels. The Great Hall will be decked out with 100+ floating pumpkins as seen in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Grab a wand and try to kick the arse of a Death Eater storming the Hogwarts Bridge.
Find out more: www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/dark-arts
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London | Studio Tour Drive | Leavesden | WD25 7LR
Train: London Euston to Watford Junction, Shuttle Bus from Watford Junction to Warner Bros. Studio Tour every 20 mins (return ticket £2.50)
Tickets from £37
Sun Oct 1st-Sun Nov 12th