Things to do for Halloween in London

The Quarter of Curiosity Shop

Carnaby Street's Newburgh Quarter is being turned into a world of ghoulish frights as 'The Quarter of Curiosity' pop-up for a two-week Halloween extravaganza.

Curisoity ShopGet stuck into free workshops from Halloween head dress making and potion cocktail making to Halloween makeup masterclasses. Location:

Newburgh Quarter, SohoNearest Tube:

Oxford Street When:

October 17 - 23rd (lookout for the  special Halloween fright night party 5pm to 9pm).

Fortnum & Mason Pumpkin Carving Classes

FM Halloween
Show off your knife skills at Fortnum & Mason's annual Halloween Pumpkin Carving Classes.There are sessions for both children and adults, where you'll be taught how to carve pumpkins and create one-of-a-kind lanterns.

There's also a prize for the best pumpkin at each class. Location: 

Green Park Nearest Tube:

Green Park/Piccadilly CircusWhen: 

October 25th to 27th


Gails Bakery
£20-£25Gail's Bakery Halloween Cookie Decorating Workshops

Little fingers can get 'Trick or Treat' ready by making gory snacks at Gail’s Bakery.They'll be leading Halloween cookie decorating workshops throughout half term at select bakeries across London.

Designed for children under 10, the classes will guide guests through decorating spooky shaped gingerbread cookies with icing. Location:

Blackheath, Barnes, Northcote RoadNearest Tube:

Clapham South 


Sky GardenOctober 26th to 28thAdmission:

FreeHalloween In the Sky

The Sky Garden will be transformed into a deadly disco with live music from The Soul Jets kicking off the evening and DJs spinning tracks into the witching hour.A range of Halloween themed food and drinks will be on the Sky Pod Bar's menu and make-up artists will have their brushes ready to revamp you into your Halloween character - there's a bottle of champers up for grabs for the best dressed.

Location:Fenchurch St

Closet Tube:


Halloween MuseumDates:October 27th – October 28th, 2017 

Admission:from £25

Museums at NightPart of a UK-wide festival, the London offering of ‘Museums at Night’ sees doors kept open after-hours at cultural venues across the city.

It’s a chance to see the treasures inside some of London’s best museums in a very different way with specialist talks, themed events and one-off exhibitions thrown into the mix.