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Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Halloween 2015: 5 Things to do with Kids in London

There’s plenty to do with your kids in London this Halloween, and this year’s events suggest it will be even scarier than the last.



Pumpkin carving, spider exhibitions and a trick or treat run are just a few of the exciting things to do in London this Shocktober half-term –a perfect evening out for the whole family.

1. London Zoo – Boo at the Zoo

Boo at the Zoo is back again this Halloween, offering the perfect mix of creepy crawlies and educational fun for your tiny terrors. From learning how spiders use their venom to snare their prey in The Widow’s Lair to bat mask making in The Bat Cave, it’s guaranteed to be a great day family day out.

Where: Regent’s Park, London NW1 4RY

Date: October 24 –November 1

Price: Children £20.25, Adults £27

2. The London Dungeon - Séance

The London Dungeon is the home of all things supernatural and this years offering is no different. Its séance-themed Halloween extravaganza transports you into the home of Florence Cook, a 19th century medium, as she summons ghosts from the spirit world. Based on real events, terror-seekers will find themselves transported back to 50 Berkeley Square as they hear, see and feel the spirit world summoned before them.

Where: The London Dungeon, Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1

Date: October 1–November 1

Price: Children £15.50, Adults £18.95

3. Pumpkin Carving at Eltham Palace and Gardens

Encourage your children to get creative this Halloween with a pumpkin carving session at Eltham Palace and Gardens. With storytelling and other craft activities on offer, it’s the perfect place to unleash their festive creativity.

Where: Eltham Palace and Gardens, Court Yard, Eltham, Greenwich, London, SE9 5QE

Date: October 26- October 31

Price: Children £7:80, Family £33.80

4. Witch Academy at the London Eye

Why not enrol your troublesome tots in Witch Academy this Halloween? Children will learn to master their magical skills by learning spells and spooky facts about the city’s landmarks whilst viewing the sights from the London Eye.

Where: London Eye, London, SE1 7PB

Date: October 24 – October 31

Price: Children £16.65

5. Trick or Treat Run in Richmond Park

You can try something different with your family this half-term break by taking part in the first ever Trick or Treat Run in Richmond Park. There’s a 2k, 5k or 10k to choose from and runners who complete their chosen distance can opt to go down the “trick” finish for a spooky surprise or play it safe for with a “treat” ending.

Where: Richmond Park, Greater London

Date: November 1

Price: Children £15, Adults £25

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