Argos are hosting an after-hours LEGO ghost hunt 

Arghost had a hidden side

Top toy retailer Argos is having a spooky transformation to embody the eerily ‘fang-tastic’ new world of LEGO Hidden Side. Coming to life on the Halloween weekend, the Tottenham Court Road Argos store will undergo a complete ‘re-vamp-ire’ with visitors joining an immersive ghost hunt led by professional ghost hunter Yvette Fielding.

Entertained with ghost stories from the surrounding streets of London and taken on a ghost hunt to put pieces of a puzzle together to uncover LEGO’s new Hidden Side toy range. The after-hours experience will see elements of the eight LEGO Hidden Side sets come to life, including the Graveyard Mystery, Newbury Haunted High School and Paranormal Intercept Bus.

An immersive Argos Halloween ghost hunt, getting to discover the wonderful world of LEGO Hidden Side, rubbing shoulders with Yvette Fielding and you’ll get a free LEGO Hidden Side toy – scarily good evening out. We’ll see you there folks, fancy dress optional – well, for you it is not us.

When: Sunday 27th October

Where: Argos, 216-217 Tottenham Court Road, Bloomsbury, London W1T 7PT

Nearest tube: Goodge Street

Cost: Free to attend

Timings: 19:00 – 21:00

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Juliet Ward, Head of Toy Buying at Argos, said: “We’re thrilled to be recreating the world of LEGO Hidden Side in our store this Halloween through the unique “Arghost” experience. This immersive event is a fantastic opportunity for children to discover the new toy range, at the time offering parents a fun activity for the kids this half term. We can’t wait to see our customers’ reactions to our spooky new store and get their feedback on this exciting new range from LEGO.”


About Peter Jenkinson

Peter Jenkinson
Toyologist Pete Jenkinson regularly writes about toys in national newspapers like The Sun and The Mail. This super-dad has an unmatched passion and dedication for trying and testing the latest, coolest and most interesting offerings from the world of toys.

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