How to do Halloween right

26th September 2017

Have a devil-icious time at one of the events we’ve selected for you...

Whether you want to dress up or not, you and your mates will have a devil-icious time at one of the events we’ve selected for you. Here are some spook-tacular places to go to this Halloween.

1. London Dungeons

If you enjoy scare attractions then look no further than the London Dungeons (exclusion days apply) and the London Bridge Experience. These highly popular locations are a must, if you’re in the city during Halloween. Feel a rush of adrenaline and enjoy an interactive tour where the actors will not only make you jump, but will give you a history lesson as well.

What’s more? You get a 2FOR1 discount if you and your best friend (or lover, we don’t mind) present your train tickets and 2FOR1 voucher. 

 

2. Dia De Los Muertos

A Mexican version of Halloween in London. This ancient belief that the dead come through the gates of heaven on 31st October, is celebrated at various locations in London. Enjoy a different kind of (Latin-American) Halloween at Barrio Soho and Dark Circus on the 28th of October.

 

3. Dark Arts at Warner Bros Studio: The Making of Harry Potter

Book your tickets for this one, asap!

Potterheads, this will be a one-of-a-kind opportunity to experience Hogwarts on a haunting tour. Visit the Great Hall, decorated with floating pumpkins and other Halloween paraphernalia as you go behind the scenes at the Harry Potter film set. Whether you’re going with family or friends, the wizarding world will keep you enthralled.

 

Get your friends together and challange them to a night of scarying each other. It's about time you do something more than eat the candy you promised yourself you would give to the trick or treaters.

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