Halloween ideas for this October Half Term

13 Oct 2021 Thames River Sightseeing

Halloween Ideas this October Half Term

Get ready for this Halloween, check out here the most spooktacular places to visit with your family this October Half Term in London and get there on board the most fun and educational hop-on hop-off river cruise along the Thames.

The London Dungeon

Visit this popular attraction just next to the London Eye and discover the most macabre history of London on this walk-through experience which combines interactive live performances, special effects and very exciting rides. And don’t miss the opportunity to see the terrifying brand-new show ‘The Surgeon’, a Halloween special only available from 9th to 31st October 2021.

Nearest pier: Westminster Pier or Festival Pier

Clink Prison Museum

Have an educational and entertaining experience exploring one of the oldest and most horrifying prisons in England. You will be able to see and handle all sorts of torture devices, hear the ghastliest tales of the inmates and experience the noises and smells of the prison.

Nearest pier: Bankside Pier

Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret

Learn the most exciting surgical history in the oldest surviving operating theatre in Europe.

Located in the attic of the St Thomas’s Church, the old St Thomas’ Hospital, this museum offers a unique display of surgical and pharmaceutical objects, hospital furniture and even a small collection of human specimens.

Nearest pier: Bankside Pier

The Tower of London

It is not a surprise, that having such an extraordinary and gruesome history, the Tower of London is the most haunted building in England.

Join the Ghost Raiders Team this Halloween to help protect the Tower from the most famous spirits like Anne Boleyn or Guy Fawkes. Available from 23rd to 31st October 2021.

Nearest pier: Tower Bridge Quay

Old Royal Naval College

Book now ‘Icy Mystery: Halloween Voyage Into The Unknown’ and discover what happened to the sailors on board the HMS Terror and HMS Erebus on this mysterious tour led by Captain Sir John Franklin around the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College on the 29th & 30th October.

Nearest pier: Greenwich Pier

Latest Blogs

Covid safe places in London from May 2021

7 May 2021 Thames River Sightseeing

Read Blog

10 Interesting facts about the River Thames

2 Feb 2021 Thames River Sightseeing

Read Blog
Book Your Next Adventure Today! Book Tickets

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website.