Darkness falls on London and Big Ben strike midnight. Creatures crawl in search of blood. To terrorize your local neighbourhood. Here are 4 Things to Do in London for Halloween.
If you’re not planning on staying in this Halloween and want to go and experiences some spooky fun. Well, London is the place to be as it got loads of creepy scary things to do. Seriously London is awesome on Halloween and you are bound to find something you will want to do. Here is my suggestion on 4 Things to Do in London for Halloween.
There’s a restaurant in London called, Dans Le Noir where it pitched black. What I mean by this, the entire whole restaurant is pitch black, not a single beam of light. It an odd concept but you eat your food in pitch darkness, no lights allowed. I’m told before you enter the main restaurant there’s a locker area where you put your purse and coat away, you also be told not to bring your phone in either. From what I’ve (I haven’t tried this restaurant before – don’t fancy too either!) read, even the waiter is blind and is not allowed lights. So the entire experiences are in total pitch darkness. Oh, another twists with this restaurant; you obviously don’t choose the food – the restaurant does. Bet you didn’t see that coming (get it!).
Discovered very recently and now opened to the public. A hidden crypt that lies undiscovered for hundreds of years. From what I gather, there is a history lesson first of the London tomb before you go deep underground. I also have been told that it not for the faint-hearted and can be a quite unnerving experience. As this is where I think it turns into an amusement park and actors will jump up and try to scare you while you walk around in the pitch darkness.
Walk around London and hear how Jack the Ripper terrorize London in the 19th century. I did this a few years ago, I enjoyed the walk and highly recommend going on one. Just to see the old part of London. Personally Jack the ripper never interested me, but it good to hear a murder tale while taking in the night air.
Fancy visiting the Tower of London after hour? If so then you will be guided around on a special tour hearing tales of murder, execution, and ghost. You (not you specifically – but the group doing the tour), will have the entire tower to yourself. I did similar things not so long ago – but with Hampton Court. I found that to be really interesting and it was so peaceful walking around.
So on Halloween night, which one will you be going to? – if you dare!