Dust off your witches’ hat and rinse off your fangs for this weekend full of frightening fun and games. Little ones can meet creepy crawlies in the Wild Fangs cave and watch a playful puppet rendition of the Brothers Grimm classic ‘Hansel and Gretel’, while big kids can explore a farmers’ market and arts and crafts stalls. Oct 27-28. Free.
Getting there Overground to Forest Hill.
Local bus routes 176, 185, 197, 356, P4.
Looking for inspiration for family-friendly Halloween events? We've got you covered. Check out our top picks for exciting and affordable events across the capital this month, and make sure you take advantage of Transport for London's off-peak fares when planning your journey.
With fantastic discounts for kids and adult fares starting at just £1.50 when travelling in Zones 2-6 (for an adult off-peak pay as you go journey not going via Zone 1 on Tube, DLR and most London Overground services), the wonderful world of off-peak is the simplest and most affordable way to have your best Halloween ever. Up to four children under 11 can travel free at any time on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground and TfL Rail services in London when accompanied by a fare paying adult. And with a Zip Oyster photocard, children under 16 access great discounts and free travel.
Looking for some more left-field Halloween experiences? Film buffs won't want to miss our guide to famous horror film locations to visit in London.
Remember to check TfL Journey Planner before you travel.