Halloween Walks this October

Are you looking for a spooky experience this Halloween? If so, consider taking a walk through one of London’s many haunted locations. From centuries-old cemeteries to execution spots, the city is teeming with ghost stories and horror legends. So grab your courage and prepare for a frightful good time!

Heretics and Horrors Walking Tour

Friday 28 October, 1pm | Saturday 29 October, 7pm | Sunday 30 October, 7pm

Embark on this 90-minute guided walk in the City of London exploring the horrors of living in the City of London through the ages, including the plague and the Great Fire of London.

Walk along the medieval street plan of the City of London. How would people have lived during the great plague? What did they do to try and avoid this deadly disease? Why were cats and dogs no longer safe on the streets? What were Watchmen paid to watch?

We will discuss how Bloody Mary earned her name, was she as bad or worse than her father Henry VIII? and why did people fear her? Were body snatchers a necessity? Did Sherlock Holmes really jump?

  • Start: St Paul’s Cathedral
  • End: Smithfields
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Suitable for all age groups. Please note all children must be accompanied by an adult.


Bleeding Hearts and Body Parts Walking Tour

Saturday 29 October, 3pm | Sunday 30 October, 3pm | Halloween Night, Monday 31 October, 7pm

It’s hardly surprising with its length of history that London is one of the spookiest cities in Europe.

This is a 90 minute Farringdon walk featuring bleeding hearts and body parts, murderers, martyrs & public executions.

If you want to learn more about London’s gruesome past, or are interested in the stories of courage and defiance that have been written in its blood, then book a walking tour with us today. Our knowledgeable and enthusiastic guides will bring these dark streets to life and show you how they have shaped the city we know today.

  • Start: Farringdon Station
  • End: Smithfields
  • Not Wheelchair Accessible
  • Suitable for all age groups. Please note all children must be accompanied by an adult.



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