London is hosting a number of great events so that you can have some amazing Halloween fun!
Visit Kusterman’s Farm for hayrides, ziplining, and October fun. The After Dark event adds some Halloween attractions, including the Haunted Cornfield, a coffin ride, a spooky maze, and creepiest of all, the Haunted Barn, where the farmer kept his cows…and his daughter. She’s angry, so beware!
The Fanshawe Pioneer Village gets spooky this Halloween! The historic re-enactment village is adding zombies to the roster, and as you walk through town, you never know what other horrors you might encounter.
The Grosvenor Lodge becomes a Haunted Mansion for Halloween, with an escape room twist. Ghosts, ghouls, and monsters roam angrily among the beautiful traditional furnishings, but can you escape before they get you?
London Children’s Museum has a fun daytime event featuring cool scientific bone experiments, the opportunity to get hands-on with some creepy crawlies, and a DJ providing dance music. Kids should attend in costume so that they can trick-or-treat at various stations set up through the building.
The Children’s Museum is also hosting an nighttime adult event so that everyone can enjoy the holiday. Wander Elm Street if you dare, do more advanced experiments with the mad scientist, see haunted artifacts, and enter the costume contest with your scariest outfit. Food and drink will be provided by Powerhouse Brewing, Rosie’s Streetery, and Donut Diva.
Storybook Gardens adds a maze, some seasonal rides, and trick-or-treating to their fun activity list for Halloween. This year, they are also doing a tribute to The Nightmare Before Christmas! if you’re traveling with young kids, they’ll love the fun and not-too-scary events happening.
Avon Theatre is hosting one of the best Halloween cult favorites, Little Shop Of Horrors, about a man and his love, and their scary interactions with a people-watching plant. Enjoy a relaxing evening with a great show!