Although London Dungeon tickets are available on-site, it is advisable to book London Dungeon tickets online to guarantee entry and avoid the long ticket queues.
If you insist on buying tickets on-site, show up early as queues tend to get long around 12. Showing up later, closer to the last admission might also work out.
During peak season, such as school holidays, showtimes might sell out so the on-site purchase is not possible. This is especially true for Halloween.
While the main show lasts for 90 minutes, plan to spend at least 2 hours at the attraction including the queue for entry. Around 20-40 people are let in for each show so it is never crowded inside. The entry queue could last for 20 minutes or more depending on the crowd.
All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian into the London Dungeon.
If you plan to visit attractions near the London Dungeon, like the London Eye or SEALife Aquarium, then purchasing combo London Dungeon tickets is a good option.
Several of the rides and shows have restrictions based on height or age. Please pay attention to these before attending.
The London Dungeon hosts several packages, such as the Dungeon Lates (adults only), school trips, a wedding proposals package and more. You can find these here.
While there is no specific dress code at the Dungeon, comfortable shoes are a must. Those planning to show up in fancy costumes need to contact the staff beforehand.
The London Dungeon does provide facilities for the disabled. Find out more details here.
Q. Is the London Dungeon a real dungeon? A. No. Although built to resemble a dungeon, the London Dungeon is an exhibition on Tooley Street.
Q. What are London Dungeon tickets priced at for an adult? A. A standard London Dungeon ticket for adults costs £30.00 on the day and £24.00 when bought online. The fast-track ticket costs £40.00.
Q. How long is the London Dungeon Tour? A. A tour of the London Dungeon takes anywhere between 90 minutes to 2 hours, excluding queue time.
Q. Can you buy London Dungeon tickets on the spot for the tour? A. Yes. Visitors can purchase on the day tickets at the entrance. However, it is highly recommended to buy London Dungeon tickets online to avoid long waiting lines and reduce prices.
Q. What age is the London Dungeon suitable for? A. The attraction allows entry for everyone above the age of 3 but ideally, children aged 12 years and above are more likely to enjoy the experience. This is because it can get very dark inside and the loud noises, which might startle very young children.
Q. How long is the queue to enter the London Dungeon? A. Queue times depend on attendance and could last anywhere from 10 to 45 minutes.
Q. Where is the London Dungeon situated? A. The London Dungeon is situated in the County Hall in South Bank, close to the London Eye and SeaLife Aquarium.
Q. What are the top rides at the London Dungeon? A. The Tyrant Boat ride, Jack the Ripper, Drop Dead: Drop Ride and Sweeney Todd are some of the top rides at the Dungeon.
Q. Is the London Dungeon near the London Eye? A. Yes. It is a 1-minute walk from the London Dungeon to the London Eye.
Q. Is the London Dungeon included in any of the London city passes? A. The London Pass skips some major attractions in the city and unfortunately, the London Dungeon is one of them.