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The Halloween Experience at the London Canal Museum

Published: Thursday 21st of August 2008

Be afraid, be very afraid, but that is the whole purpose of Halloween and so overseas visitors who want to see one of the top London attractions at its very scariest should head to the London Canal Museum on October 31st 2008.

The Halloween Experience takes place in partnership with Camden Canals and Narrowboat Association and involve a ghostly boat tour through the Islington Tunnel followed by a spooky trip to the darkened London Canal Museum.

Perfect for families on holiday in London, the trips will take place on both Friday and Sunday nights.

One of London's community narrowboats will be purpose decorated for the occasion and a friendly witch will lead the way.

Surprises will take place on the boat, and children will be given sweets or fruit as well as a free glowstick.

After the ride, take a tour through a dark London Canal Museum.

Visitors to London Canal Museum can gain entry to the venue using their London Pass.

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