Ghoulish London

The clocks have gone back and there’s a bitter chill in the air, Autumn here’s in full force and that means it’s time for Halloween!!

Here in the Principal. office we love a bit of goulish-ness and terror! We’ve suitably decorated the office and many have been or are going to Halloween parties! So whether you’re dressed up in your scariest outfit or laying in wait for the trick or treats, here’s some of the top scariest things to do in London…

Jack the Ripper Night Tour

The gruesome tale of Jack the Ripper remains the greatest mystery in the history of crime.As the night sets in and the long shadows fall, delve into the crooked, cobbled alleyways of Whitechapel to follow the Ripper’s bloodstained trail of terror. With your theatrical guide, you’ll explore East London by night, hunting through the back streets and inspecting the murder sights of the infamous Jack the Ripper!

Phobophobia at the London Bridge Experience

Definitely not one for the faint hearted, Phobophobia is the Halloween spectacular that will be sure to haunt you! It’s been called ‘mind-bending… intimidating, shocking and unnerving show’ by Time Out. Phobophobia is the fear of all fears and this will be sure to do just that. Situated in the vaults and excavated tombs of London Bridge, the experience encorporates CGI special effects, animation and costumed guides, all telling the story of over 2000 years of haunted history of London Bridge and the surrounding area.

Apsley House

For the more cultured of you out there looking for something more than the usual frights and fears, the beautiful Apsley House is offering guided Twilight Tours. Experience the house and its masterpieces guided by torchlight and discover the fascinating history. Also known as, Number One London, addresses don’t come much grander than this. Home to the Duke of Wellington after his victory over Napoleon at Waterloo, the house is steeped in history and beautiful decor dating back to when the Duke was in residence. It boasts one of the finest art collections in London.

– Laurel

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