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  • Sign up for a hair-raising experience at the eerie London Dungeon, where gruesome historical events resurface in front of you.
  • With 19 shows and 2 rides at your disposal, make sure you embrace the horrors in their truest form.
  • The shows are set to chill you to the bone, featuring actors playing Sweeney Todd, Guy Fawkes', Jack The Ripper, and more.
  • During your frightful experience, you'll also get a better insight into their connection to British history. Each show has its own 'scare meter' that you can choose from.
  • Stop at the Tavern for a drink with your friends and family and experience the Victorian pub experience in all its glory.


  • Admission into the London Dungeon
  • 110-min experience
  • Access to 19 shows & 2 rides


  • Food & drinks
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
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A history lesson in school might get you snoring, but if you’re learning about the history of Britain while tied to gallows, it's a completely different experience. Located on the South Bank of London, the London Dungeon is a perfect outing for those who like to push the boundaries and test their limits. Get ready to have your wits scared out of you during this 90-minute dungeon experience.

You can visit The London Dungeon for scouring the streets of London down the lanes of time and meet the most notorious people to have walked them. Read on to learn more about The London Dungeon tickets, highlights of the attraction, and how to make the most of your visit. 

Why Visit The London Dungeon?

The London Dungeon - Why Visit The London Dungeon?
  • Make learning fun by taking a walk through the Dungeon while learning what it was like to live through perilous historic events in Britain. 
  • Test your grit with 19 interactive shows and 2 rides, at least one of which is bound to get your heart racing. 
  • The Dungeons are more of an interactive experience, with actors playing their part fabulously and never stepping out of character. 
  • Meet actors playing the roles of famous characters including Jack the Ripper and Anne Boleyn. 
  • Reward yourself for finishing the Dungeon experience by grabbing a drink at the Tavern, a pub designed in the 1896 Victorian fashion. 
  • Experience great special effects and acting while going through the Great Descent, plummeting into pitch darkness, or taking a boat ride through infested waters.

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The London Dungeon - Priority Entrance Tickets

What is the Best Way To Book The London Dungeon Tickets? Book Online

Since The London Dungeon is a wildly popular tourist attraction, it is suggested that you plan your visit in advance to avoid the hassle of waiting in long queues and getting disappointed at seeing all-booked posters. Book your tickets before you go to experience London like never before.

  • Convenience: Travel back in time to the 19th century and avoid getting stuck in prolonged ticket procedures, as the fast-track tickets let you whizz past the lines.
  • Advance Reservations: With instant online bookings, you can secure your trip in advance by booking your tickets beforehand, and go on the visit relaxed.
  • Great Discounts: Experience the spine-chilling adventures of The London Dungeon at not-so-frighteningly high prices, as online booking gives you great discounts!

The London Dungeon Highlights

The London Dungeon - The Descent

The Descent

The starting point of your journey into the dungeon, the descent begins in a lift designed to take you back to the 1500s, and you’ll land on the docks of the Thames river. You’ll be accompanied by a lift jester who will give you the gory history of London.

The London Dungeon - Boat Ride

Boat Ride

After being sentenced to death for conspiring against Henry VIII, you will embark on a boat journey on the River Thames with Anne Boleyn. Expect all kinds of nasties, from the sound of (live) rats, to even getting wet on the ride. All a part of the experience!

The London Dungeon - Gunpowder plot

Gunpowder plot

Go back to the era when Guy Fawkes planned the explosion of the Parliament after a failed assassination attempt on King James. Experience first-hand how he lived through 10 days in rat-infested, dark and dingy tunnels.

The London Dungeon - Drop Ride

Drop Ride

To carry out your execution order, you will be tied to the gallows and like all escaping prisoners, you will drop 10-ft down to freedom. Make sure to smile while the floors open for you if you can, this death drop has a hidden camera!

The London Dungeon - The Tavern

The Tavern

If you make it through the 90 minutes of terror, you deserve a drink. Celebrate your success at the local Tavern, designed to resemble a 19th-century dodgy Victorian pub and enjoy a pint of beer! Get a chance to try some of their dangerously themed cocktails. 

The London Dungeon - Pie Shop

Pie Shop

If you can think about food in the midst of the madness, step into Mrs Lovett’s Pie shop. A character known to be the serial killer Sweeny Todd’s accomplice, her secret ingredient for the meaty pies will leave you reeling.

Plan Your Visit To The London Dungeon

Getting There
Visitor Tips
The London Dungeon - Timings
  • Timings: 11 AM - 4 PM (weekdays); 10 AM - 5 PM (weekends and public holidays).
  • Last Entry: 1 hour 15 minutes before closing i.e 2:45 PM and 3:45 PM respectively.
  • Closed On: Christmas (25th December).
  • Best Time To Visit: Weekdays at 10 AM to avoid crowds. 

Note: The London Dungeon will be closed on 19th September on account of the Queen’s passing. 

The London Dungeon - Getting There

Address: The Queen's Walk, London SE1 7PB, United Kingdom

Find on Maps.

  • By Metro: Lines Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern, and Waterloo & City.
    Nearest Stop: Waterloo / Westminster station
  • By Train: South-Eastern mainline
    Nearest Station: Waterloo / Westminster mainline station
  • By Bus:  211, 77, 381 and RV1
    Nearest Stop: Waterloo station/ London Dungeon (for HOHO buses)
  • By Car: Distance From Airport: 17 miles away from Heathrow Airport
    Car Parking: Q-Park Westminster car park which is a 5 min walk from London Dungeon.
The London Dungeon - Rules
  • Food and beverages are not allowed inside. 
  • Children below 16 are to be accompanied by an adult at all times. 
  • Children below 5 are not permitted to enter the dungeon. 
  • Use of mobiles is prohibited during the dungeon tour. 
  • Photography within the dungeon is prohibited.
  • Large luggage, sharp objects, motorcycle helmets, tripods, skateboards and rollerblades are not permitted within the dungeon. 
The London Dungeon - Nearby
  • London Eye: Hop on to the iconic London Eye and you’ll be able to see monuments like the House of Parliament, Buckingham Palace and even Big Ben from the Ferris wheel.
  • Madame Tussauds: Purchase tickets to look at and pose beside the wax statues of all your favourite celebrities at the Wax Museum!
  • Thames River Cruise: London Dungeon is alongside the Thames River, so you can spend your evening enjoying a dinner-time cruise on a boat.
  • London Theatre: Enjoy plays, musicals and theatre performances at the London Theatre, with your choices ranging from Lion King to Mamma Mia!
The London Dungeon - Visitor Tips
  • Carry a waterproof case for any electronics during the boat ride. 
  • Height restriction for the boat ride is 1m. 
  • There are no provisions to store luggage on the premises. It can be stored at the luggage storage facility at the Waterloo station nearby. 
  • Discounts are available for groups of 10 and more if booked in advance. 
  • Visitors with heart conditions, pregnant women, or those with any medical condition should avoid the dungeons as they can be loud and startling, with rides like the Dead Drop and the fast boat ride. 
  • The dungeons are wheelchair accessible, however at a limit of one wheelchair per hour. 
  • During weekends, queues can last up to 45 minutes, therefore it is advisable to purchase an online ticket in advance. 

Frequently Asked Questions About The London Dungeon Tickets

Q. Where can I buy The London Dungeon tickets?

A. The London Dungeon tickets are available at the venue or online. Purchase your tickets online to avoid waiting in line to enter.

Q. Can I buy The London Dungeon tickets online?

A. Yes, you can skip the queue and avail fabulous discounts by buying your London Dungeon tickets online.

Q. What is the cost of The London Dungeon tickets?

A. The London Dungeon tickets range from £14.95 for a group ticket to £65 for a combined ticket.

Q. Can I get a discount on The London Dungeon tickets?

A. Yes, you can avail great discounts by purchasing tickets online in advance. Groups of 10 and above also get a group discount.

Q. What is The London Dungeon?

A. The London Dungeon is a tourist attraction that is essentially a gory walk through a man-made dungeon, where you’ll be accompanied by actors playing notorious characters from history. 

Q. How can I get access to The London Dungeon?

A. All visitors are required to purchase their ticket online or at the venue to enter the Dungeons.

Q. Where is The London Dungeon located?

A. The London Dungeons are located on South Bank London, a 1-minute walk from the famous London Eye.

Q. What are some of the highlights of The London Dungeon?

A. A few highlights of the dungeons include the Drop Dead, the Boat Ride, and the local Victorian Tavern toward the end.

Q. How to reach The London Dungeon?

A. The Dungeons are highly accessible on foot, or by public transport including buses or the tube.

Q. What are the timings of The London Dungeon?

A. The Dungeons are open from 11 am - 4 pm (weekdays); 10 am - 5 pm (weekends and public holidays) with the last entry being an hour before closing.

Q. What facilities are available in The London Dungeon?

A. Restrooms are located near the entrance of the Dungeons. The Dungeons are wheelchair accessible.

Q. Is The London Dungeon wheelchair accessible?

A. Yes, however the Dungeon allows only one wheelchair per hour on the tour.

Q. Is photography allowed in The London Dungeon?

A. No, photography within the London Dungeons is prohibited.

Q. Is it worth visiting The London Dungeon?

A. An exhilarating visit, get a chance to test your grit by witnessing the gruesome skits by actors and experiencing thrilling rides.