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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.
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!
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.
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!
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.
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.
Note: The London Dungeon will be closed on 19th September on account of the Queen’s passing.
Address: The Queen's Walk, London SE1 7PB, United Kingdom
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A. The London Dungeon tickets are available at the venue or online. Purchase your tickets online to avoid waiting in line to enter.
A. Yes, you can skip the queue and avail fabulous discounts by buying your London Dungeon tickets online.
A. The London Dungeon tickets range from £14.95 for a group ticket to £65 for a combined ticket.
A. Yes, you can avail great discounts by purchasing tickets online in advance. Groups of 10 and above also get a group discount.
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.
A. All visitors are required to purchase their ticket online or at the venue to enter the Dungeons.
A. The London Dungeons are located on South Bank London, a 1-minute walk from the famous London Eye.
A. A few highlights of the dungeons include the Drop Dead, the Boat Ride, and the local Victorian Tavern toward the end.
A. The Dungeons are highly accessible on foot, or by public transport including buses or the tube.
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.
A. Restrooms are located near the entrance of the Dungeons. The Dungeons are wheelchair accessible.
A. Yes, however the Dungeon allows only one wheelchair per hour on the tour.
A. No, photography within the London Dungeons is prohibited.
A. An exhilarating visit, get a chance to test your grit by witnessing the gruesome skits by actors and experiencing thrilling rides.