If you’re visiting the Tate Modern art gallery with its fantastic selection of contemporary art, why not combine the trip with visiting plenty of London’s other exciting sights?
-Houses of Parliament
-Tower of London
For those of you brave enough, there are plenty of ghost tours in town. London ghost tours and phantom walks are a key part of the tourist industry in the capital. With tours possible around many of the city’s most creepiest haunted locations, day and night, it is the most haunted city in the UK.
The best way to explore the capital’s haunted history is with one of London’s many ghost tours. The walks themselves are possible all over London and oddly at regular time intervals. For a truly scary ghost tour go by evening, if you dare!
One the more famous spectres of London include those of Jack the Ripper and his poor victims. Nearly all of the popular ghost walks chart Jack the Ripper's homicidal route through London and visit the points of his most heinous acts.
The Tower of London, first built by William the Conqueror and dating back to the 1000s, is also famed for its supernatural sightings. Just like many of London's other spirits, these apparitions are nearly always relayed by their eye witnesses as wearing clothes from a bygone era.