Haunted Pubs in London
If you're looking for a spooky outing in the capital, take a look at the following options for haunted pubs in London. We've unearthed some historic offerings guaranteed to bring you a ghoulish experience the next time you order your favourite tipple, so before you venture out tonight, peruse our handy guide to haunted pubs in London.
57-60 Haymarket, Haymarket, London, SW1Y 4QX
(020) 7287 1000
The iconic Planet Hollywood in Haymarket offers a vibrant atmosphere and a menu of classic American favourites including burgers, wings and speciality cocktails.
- Special 2 course kids menu available for only £8.95
- Perfect for families & large groups
- American favourites including burgers and wings
- Inspired by the glamour of Hollywood
- Presenting a unique Hollywood dining experience
More Haunted Pubs in London
Once upon a time, a patron at the Grenadier was beaten to death for cheating at cards. He never left.
18 Wilton Row, Knightsbridge, London, SW1X 7NR
(020) 7235 3074
Prisoners were held in the cellar of the Morpeth Arms in the 19th Century before being transported to the Colonies. Apparently, one prisoner died down there and is now a permanent resident.
58 Millbank, London, SW1P 4RW
(020) 7834 6442
The Old Bull and Bush is a historic and very popular Hampstead pub that has more than a handful of Victorian visitors from time to time. Visitors of the see-through kind.
North End Road, Hampstead, London, NW3 7HE
(020) 8905 5456
The Old Queens Head is the permanent residence of a Tudor woman and her weeping child. Perhaps they missed happy hour.
44 Essex Road, Islington, London, N1 8LN
(020) 7354 9993
Dick Turpin's father was reportedly the landlord here and Dick himself may have been born here. Legend has it, his spirit drifts through this Hampstead establishment.
Spaniards Road, Hampstead, London, NW3 7JJ
(020) 8731 8406
The Neville Family estate occupied the area where the Volunteer pub now stands. Many years after it burned down to the ground, Volunteer patrons reported seeing the ghost of Richard Neville, walking around the original cellars.
247 Baker Street, Marylebone, London, NW1 6XE
(020) 7486 4091