The London Dungeon Highlights
London has some 2,000 years of history behind it, and some of it is fairly dark. Visit The London Dungeon and embark on a descent to uncover some of the city's gruesome past - bringing together an amazing cast of theatrical actors, special effects, stages, scenes and rides. This original and exciting walkthrough experience stimulates all the senses - making you feel as if you're right in the middle of history. Located just by the London Eye on the South Bank, the London Dungeon has been one of the city's most popular attractions for over 40 years. The full experiences takes just under 2 hours. Please note that a lot of the London Dungeon is designed to give you a scare, so if you're with children under 12, visit with caution.Afficher plus d'informations Masquer les informations
Ghasts from the Past
The London Dungeon presents theatrical, immersive re-enactments of real events from London's gruesome past, with talented theatrical actors drawing you right into the history books. Can you foil Guy Fawkes' Gunpowder Plot, avoid the macabre instruments of the Plague Doctor, survive the Great Fire of London and escape from Jack the Ripper in the Whitechapel Labyrinth? Embark on a learning adventure that's hilarious fun and more than a bit scary.
Ride to Ruin
Calling all thrillseekers: The London Dungeon features two underground rides that will transport you back through the murky mists of time to a very different London. The Tyrant Boat Ride takes you down the River Thames to Traitors' Gate at The Tower of London. You've been dobbed in by Henry VIII's Black Jester, who insists you've conspired with Anne Boleyn. Meet the executioner or get wet - it's definitely one of those fates. After this, you can sample the life and death of an 18th-century criminal at Newgate Prison. The Drop Dead Drop Ride to Doom will show you just how long that hangman's noose really is.
Tavern of Terror
Wind up your experience at the Tavern, an authentically atmospheric East-End pub from 1896. Enjoy a bootleg beer, gin cocktail or traditional English lemonade as you soak up the rough atmosphere: hear local gossip about Jack the Ripper, watch shady wrong'uns tussle over cards, see the working girls bargain with scoundrels, and try to steer clear of the landlord and landlady's argy-bargy.
No child under the age of 16 will be admitted to The London Dungeon unless accompanied and supervised by an adult aged 18+. The recommended age for The London Dungeon is 12+, but this is at the discretion of the accompanying adult. Many children enter The London Dungeon and enjoy the experience, but please be aware it does get very dark inside the building and there are lots of loud noises. Please remember that all tickets purchased are non-refundable.