London Tombs offer spooky Halloween fun
One of the country's scariest attractions is holding a special Halloween show, which is guaranteed to shock and entertain visitors.
The London Bridge Experience and the London Tombs are presenting Phobophobia 2012, which is perfect for families staying at central London hotels this Halloween.
The venue is offering special pumpkin carving and face painting workshops throughout the spooky season and every night there is a scary show designed to encourage over-11s to come "face to face" with their fears.
However, there are special tours of the London Tombs on offer for younger guests and they can be shown around by a "guardian angel" to allow them to experience the sight in a less scary format.
"The London Bridge Experience & London Tombs, winners of the UK's scariest visitor attraction for the past three years, invite you, your friends and your family to join us this Halloween, for London's ultimate horror!" explained the attraction.
"Our Phobophobia Halloween event will leave you wondering if you have reached the very limit of your fear, and promises to chill you to the bone on a tour through the horror that is the London Tombs!"
New sets for this Halloween include Hell's Kitchen complete with a Cannibal Chef and the Circus of Fear starring creepy clowns. Visitors will need to sneak past walls dripping with blood, squeeze past confined spaces and confront various spiders, snakes, ghosts and ghouls.
Tickets for the Phobophobia show start at £13 and bookings can be made via the London Bridge Experience website.
The tombs are a short walk from London Bridge Station on the Northern and Jubilee Lines.