Halloween Haunts – Favourite Things to Do this Halloween
October begins with vistas of stunning colour, and ends with celebrations of the macabre. London has plenty of spookiness to enjoy, whether your limit is murder mysteries, or attempting to speak with the spirits. Try something new this Halloween!
Eldon House Events
Woodland Cemetery Tour – Saturday, October 26
Prepare for an informative and thought-provoking tour of the Harris Family plot and neighbouring plots. This tour will detail the family history, as well as the culture of death of the period. Spaces are limited, so act fast before they’re gone! Tickets can be purchased online.
The Morbid and Macabre – Sunday, October 27 to Thursday, October 31
This intriguing event will detail the rituals and traditions surrounding death in the Victorian period, as well as the ideas of the afterlife. Set in the oldest house in London rumoured to have ghosts, the event will also feature heavily on the paranormal. Don’t worry, I’m sure the ghosts in this house won’t try to scare you.. too much. Tickets can once again be purchased online.
Storyspook Village at Storybook Gardens
Looking for someplace to take the little ones? Only one night of Halloween trick-or-treating not enough? Storyspook Village is the place to be for kids (and kids at heart) this Halloween! Featuring all the fun Halloween-themed rides and activities that you could want, there is also a trick-and-treat event, so bring a bag or pail! Designed to be spooky without being scary, this is a great way to get in on the fun! Tickets are available online for multiple dates, and adults attending with a child get in free!