London in October is a month of festivals, changing leaves and so many things to do and see. So why not come down and visit us at the Washington Mayfair Hotel. Our location is in the heart of London city and so offers a great location to stay when visiting this great city.
In this article we will be exploring some events and experiences that will be happening during the month of October in London.
Halloween in London
This holiday is celebrated across the entire world. However no city does it like London does. Are you ready for a week of ghouls, ghosts, terror and treats?
London will have many pop up events across the city; special landmarks with gory history will be offering special interactive tours. On the 28th October Go on an eerie Ghost Ship tour of the Cutty Sark, before settling down to a screening of the classic 1931 Dracula movie.
A popular tourist attraction, the London dungeons, will be offering special Halloween tours based on true historical happenings.
If you are looking for a special Halloween event to attend this October, then book a stay in London’s Washington Mayfair hotel and find the perfect event for you and your friends/family here.
Wonderlab at the Science Museum
A whole new exhibit will be coming to the London Science Museum on the 12th. WONDERLAB: THE STATOIL GALLERY – is an interactive experience that fuels your imagination and immerses all participants in a world of wonder.
With live experiments led by the gallery’s brilliant team of Explainers happening everyday you cannot just watch science happen but experience it firsthand. This is a perfect trip to take for families as the museum’s largely based around interactive learning and experience.
Also The Science Museum as well as the Natural History Museum’s are only a 15 minute drive away from the Washington Mayfair hotel.
Are you ready to experience London and all it has to offer this October? If so make sure you take advantage of our Winter Warmer offer when you visit. You could save 15% and get a free breakfast and WiFi during your stay. Find out more here.