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Updated by Robert Taylor on Sep 19, 2017
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London in October : Travel Guide

In October, London's food and drink scene come to the fore with a series of festivals, while Halloween showcases the capital's spooky side and London's Autumn Season of culture is in full swing.


London Festivals in October

The British Film Institute London Film Festival has been held annually in mid-October since 1953. This massive festival shows hundreds of movies, documentaries and short films from more than four dozen countries.

Things to Do in London in October 2017

Find things to do in London in October with our guide to the month in London. Plan ahead and book your tickets to key events this October. Follow the best itineraries for London and never miss the single attraction.

How is the weather in London in October? | What to Wear | What to Do

How is the weather in London in October? Free Tours by Foot has some tips on what to wear and what to do, aside from our London walking tours, of course.

3 Days in London

Cover the most of London in 3 days with our suggested itineraries. Check out custom vacation packages, see popular places and enjoy local food.

October events in London

Explore England's October events. Be inspired by our guides to events, festivals & concerts in October at VisitEngland.

The best time to visit London is in the spring when the temperatures are mild and the city's parks are green and blooming. However, late spring – along with summer – is also prime tourist season, and hotel and flight prices reflect the surge. You're more likely to find airfare and accommodation deals in the fall and winter though you'll also encounter chilly temperatures.

Days out in London can be cheap

Cheap Days Out in London 2FOR1 tickets when you travel by train to London. Days out for every budget, including free things to do and discounted attractions.

London: Best Places to Visit

Places to visit, days out and things to do across London with the National Trust. Ham House in London was the location for the banqueting scene in Victoria & Abdul. The film uncovers the story of the unlikely friendship between Queen Victoria and one of her servants, who would go on to be her teacher and friend, Abdul.