Guests at London hotels can treat their little terrors to some spooky fun this Halloween at the Vampire Academy.
It is open to any child holding a ticket for the London Eye or the London Eye River Cruise, meaning that youngsters are sure to be exhausted after enjoying two different attractions in the space of a couple of hours.
Running from October 25th to 31st, the Vampire Academy lets children’s imaginations run wild as they are tasked with making all sorts of frightening items, such as masks and puppets.
The organisers revealed that the creation of these Halloween items will be supervised, with one character in particular potentially popping in to tell stories and jokes to keep everyone amused.
A representative from the venue explained: "The highly-respected vampire headmaster Dr Acula will be present to make sure the little vampires don’t run riot."
Youngsters signed up for the event will be able to use pencils, pens and glitter sticks to make their ghoulish gifts.
Visitors hoping to enrol their children for the Vampire Academy can do so between 12:00 to 16:00 BST, although Dr Acula will only be present at the venue from 15:00 until 19:00.
Tickets for the London Eye cost £18.90 for adults and £11.25 for under-16s, while River Cruise passes cost £12 and £6 respectively on the day. Concessions are available for booking in advance online.
For more information on this event visit the London Eye website or contact the venue on 0870 500 0600.
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