With Halloween fast approaching, our innovative and supernatural team at Original Travel UK are here to treat (not trick) you with the ultimate spook-tacular experiences throughout the UK and Ireland. As your local experts, we cater to all ghosts, group sizes, ages, private clients, special interest and corporate groups. Here's a taste of a few of the fang-tastic experiences we can arrange for you this October…
London: Halloween Whisky Tasting at the Cutty Sark
What's your poison this Halloween? If you're looking for a unique London drinking experience this Halloween, why not try whisky tasting under the hull of the historic 1869 British clipper ship - Cutty Sark? This hauntingly good whisky tasting experience will be hosted by a local connoisseur and an accredited whisky expert while you soak up the surroundings of this iconic ship (and the fine whisky fumes).
Cardiff: Halloween Cinema at Cardiff Castle
Venture, if you dare, into Cardiff Castle's atmospheric 15th century undercroft to watch a Halloween horror film of your choice, with a range of classic thrillers and family-friendly films on show for the whole of Halloween week. The extraordinary medieval palace is one of Wales' leading heritage attractions and really is a fantasy destination for a gothic Halloween film viewing.
Dublin: Bram Stoker Festival
Enjoy four days of spooky adventures across Dublin with countless gloriously gothic experiences over Ireland's October Holiday Weekend. Celebrating the thrill of Halloween, the Bram Stoker Festival delves into the legacy of one of Ireland's most treasured authors with a packed programme of events. From an academic panel discussion on Dracula's continued relevance to family creative workshops and late night spooky screenings in the Botanical Gardens, there is an experience to thrill all.
London: Dickens Museum After Dark
On All Hallow's Eve, explore Charles Dickens' beautiful Victorian townhouse after dark, listening out for an acclaimed actor performing frighteningly fantastic extracts from The Signalman, The Monkey's Paw and The Ghost in the Bride's Chamber. And if you can tear yourself away from these bewitching performances, delve into the future with the help of a fortune teller and card reader before watching a magical lantern show for some truly Victorian Halloween entertainment.
Glasgow: Glasgow Horror Festival
Scotland's premier horror and Halloween attraction is returning to Glasgow for a two-day festival this October. Enjoy bizarre performers, decorations and attractions including an inside look at a gory sci-fi make-up tutorial with a film-set artist and a night of gruesome and ghoulish opera at this unique festival, appealing to horror fans of all generations.