London has a Halloween trick or treat for everybody this year

Released on: October 16, 2013, 7:34 am
Industry: Travel

A wide range of thrilling events for children and adults are planned to celebrate Halloween in London in 2013.

-- /EPR NETWORK/ -- London has really begun to embrace the spirit of Halloween, and it is now offers some of the city's biggest and scariest parties and events, with something happening for all ages and dispositions. has collected the best events in one handy place, with the new Halloween 2013 In London section covering Halloween For Kids, Halloween Tours, Hands On Halloween, Halloween Performances And Screenings, Halloween Food and Halloween Nightlife. is also the best London site for people searching for cheap hotels in London as it collects all the latest information from thousands of London hotels ( to ensure our customers always get the best deals available.

Halloween events this autumn include special rides at Chessington World of Adventures, a week of events at London Zoo and storytelling and craft sessions at the Museum of London. The London Dungeon on the South Bank will be putting on special extra scary events featuring a new character, the Pumpkineer, and there will be ghostly tours of some of London's great houses, including Ham House in Richmond and Syon House in Brentford. The brave and adventurous can take part in immersive ends like the Climb Of The Cursed at the London 02 Arena, or the real-life game Asylum, while the more artistic can take part in a macabre drawing class in a salon located in an abandoned hospital.

Film screenings include a zombie all-nighter at the Prince Charles in Leicester Square and a vampire all-nighter at the Waterloo IMAX. There is also the start of the BFI's Gothic season, celebrating the best of British horror films, while fans of theatre should check out the London Horror Festival in Camden, where there will be everything from stand-up and storytelling to new plays. London's lively dining scene will also be catching the Halloween bug, with events at locations as varied as the Brunel Museum in Rotherhithe and a themed afternoon tea at the Hilton on Park Lane.

Finally, clubbers can enjoy a monster night until the early hours at a number of venues, including The Last Tuesday Society at the Coronet in Elephant & Castle, a Jack the Ripper-theme night in Mayfair and a Disco Will Never Die party at Disco in Soho. For all this and much more, check out the dedicated page at, London's best site for events and exhibitions taking place in the city.

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