Halloween is on the horizon, with the annual spooky holiday falling on Monday October 31 this year.
And if you're looking for a real fright, why not take a wander around one of London's most haunted places, whether it's a haunted building, museum, or a really frightening footbridge?
Getwestlondon has gathered together a list of 14 of the most petrifying places in London for you to visit this Halloween, but remember, don't go alone!
The Viaduct Tavern
Built on the site of a former jail, this historic pub still has five of the cells visible in the basement.
Restless spirits are said to haunt The Viaduct Tavern, with a propensity towards terrorising the pub's cellars!
126 Newgate Street, London, EC1A 7AA - 020 7600 1863
The Tower of London
Legend has it that after Anne Boleyn was executed in the Tower of London, her spirit continues to haunt the tower to this day, along with other ghosts including Arabella Stuart and a ghostly BEAR!
The Tower of London, London, EC3N 4AB - 0844 482 7777
Bleeding Heart Yard
Bleeding Heart Yard is a small square in Farringdon with a rather grisly history.
According to legend, in 1626 the mutilated body of Lady Elizabeth Hatton was found in the courtyard. She had been murdered and her limbs strewn across the ground, but her heart was found still beating.
Bleeding Heart Yard, Farringdon, EC1N 8SJ
Although Brompton Cemetery is reported to not be haunted, it is one of the most beautiful cemeteries in London, and right on our doorsteps in Earl's Court.
Visit the graveyard for a Halloween feel without all the fright!
Brompton Cemetery, Fulham Road, Earl's Court , SW10 9UG - 020 7352 1201
The Old Operating Theatre Museum
The Old Operating Theatre Museum is a museum of surgical history and one of the oldest surviving operating theatres. Inside the very theatre old-age surgeries would take place without any anaesthetic, pain relief or antiseptics!
Visit this spooky museum and listen out for the screams of previous patients!
The Old Operating Theatre Museum, 9A St Thomas Street, London, SE1 9RY - 020 7188 2679
Handel's House Museum
Two people claimed to see a ghost in 2001 when Handel's House was being prepared to open to the public as a museum, with the House's owners even calling in an exorcism!
Handel's House Museum, 25 Brook Street, Soho, W1K 4HB - 020 7495 1685
Theatre Royal Drury Lane
The Theatre Royal Drury Lane is reportedly the most haunted theatre in the world!
The theatre is said to host several ghosts; two clowns and a mysterious "Man in Grey"... Why not pay the theatre a visit this Halloween?
Theatre Royal Drury Lane, Catherine Street, Covent Garden, WC2B 5JF - 0844 412 4660
Greenwich Foot Tunnel
Greenwich Foot Tunnel is a creepy underground pass open 24 hours a day. Although not strictly "haunted", many passers-by have reported a feeling of being followed until they walk through the other side... Don't go alone!
Hampstead Heath is an ancient London park, which is said to be haunted by many different ghosts.
From a ghost at the Hampstead pub, to a young girl who stands on the High Street, to reports of footsteps on Church Row, there's plenty of spooky sights to see at this north London park.
Farringdon Tube Station
People have claimed to hear her cries of Anne Naylor, who was murdered in 1758, echoing down Farringdon Tube Station. She has been nicknamed 'The Screaming Spectre'... Visit the station after dark if you dare!
The Clink Prison
From its opening in 1144 to its closure six-hundred years later, The Clink Prison has become associated with misery, pain and suffering.
You can visit the Clink Prison museum to this day, and you may hear the wailings of former inmates...
The Clink Prison, 1 Clink Street, Southwark, SE1 9DG - 020 7403 0900
Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children
Now derelict, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children opened in 1866 following a cholera outbreak.
It is said that you can still hear the screams of the dying children who once stayed in the haunted building.
Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children, Hackney Road, Bethnal Green, E2 8PS
While not said to be haunted itself, The London Dungeons are the number one gory attraction to visit in London this Halloween.
Using actors, effects and rides, the museum recreates various gory and macabre events from throughout history.
London Dungeons, Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, Westminster , SE1 7PB - 0871 423 2240
Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Palace is said to be haunted by the ghosts of Catherine Howard, Sybil Penn and a mysterious ghost 'skeletor' that has been caught on CCTV!
Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey, Surrey, KT8 9AU - 0844 482 7777
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