London's scariest attractions
Old Operating Theatre Museum & Herb Garret is one of London's scariest attractions.

1. Old Operating Theatre Museum & Herb Garret

7.4
9a St Thomas St (near Borough High St), London, Greater London
History Museum · Bermondsey · 21 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: At this old operating theatre near London Bridge, occasional tours recount grisly tales of primitive medical treatments. Amputations without anaesthetic were common, painful deaths frequent.

Ghost Bus Tours is one of London's scariest attractions.

2. Ghost Bus Tours

6.9
Northumberland Ave., City of Westminster, Greater London
General Entertainment · Charing Cross · 7 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: This sombre, black double-decker stalks the streets of London at night. It's a fun fair-like ghost ride with gory trivia distributed throughout.

The London Dungeon is one of London's scariest attractions.

3. The London Dungeon

8.1
County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd, London, Greater London
General Entertainment · Waterloo · 106 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Some people say the scariest thing here is the queue but, once you get in, there are plenty of sudden jolts and frights on hand to startle and amuse you.

Whitechapel Rd is one of London's scariest attractions.

4. Whitechapel Rd

Whitechapel Rd, London, Greater London
Road · Bethnal Green South · 4 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: Numerous tours take place in this area, once the hunting ground for the notorious Jack the Ripper serial killer.

5. Tower of London

9.4
Tower Hill, London, Greater London
Castle · St. Katharine's and Wapping · 487 tips and reviews

The TelegraphThe Telegraph: It's a beautiful, momentous building but the Tower of London holds a troubling history. A tour through its grounds hold tales of execution, imprisonment and torture.