The London Dungeon, London
About The London Dungeon, London
The London Dungeon, London - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Riverside Building, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7PB, England (London Bridge)
Ticket Price: 20 GBP
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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The London Dungeons is the creepiest tourist attraction in London. This fun themed attraction attracts all kinds of tourists in London. They say that when it comes to history, it is all the scary bits that are interesting. London Dungeons make history extremely exciting by shrouding it in all the mystery, shadows and gore.
The rides, shows and attractions are scary but also extremely fun and you get to learn a lot about while having the time of your life. It is a different kind of a theme park. But Beware! It is not for the weak hearted. Some of the scares are sure to spook you out.
If you enjoy ghost stories, ghouls and all that is spine-chilling and skin tickling, you cannot miss your chance to experience the thrill in person. The London Dungeon is one of the main tourist attractions to visit and should definitely feature in you London Itinerary 2 Weeks and London Itinerary 10 Days
The London Dungeon Information
- Please confirm timings before your visit by calling.
- Prices vary according to age and other factors.
- This attraction is close to the London Eye, London Aquarium as well as the Big Ben.
- Parking facility and wheel chair available.
The London Dungeon Ticket Prices
- Children Prices: 18.50 Pounds
- Adults: 19.95 Pounds
How To reach The London Dungeon by Public Transport
- London bridge station
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Brilliant experience, fantastic actors & hilarious! The only two flaw was the rushing through corridors and the mirror maze. The maze could have been more fun if they released the Visitors in a small group rather than all together as that will make it more as an adventure. The second flaw was the last ride 1 second ! It could have been more !! Wasn’t fun for only one left ! I was expecting more than 1 at least 3 !! And yeah their was a boat ride when we reached to the end of the ride the actor started without us ! They should have waited for the hole group to be there They have a photo booth to take your photos 25£ ( 2 photo albums with 3 photos inside, a magnet and key chain) But overall it was a great hour and a half! It cost us (2 person) = 60£ from the website When we arrived there we saw that if we took more than a game it would have been much cheaper
Brilliant experience, fantastic actors & hilarious loos. The only flaw was the rushing through corridors and the mirror maze. The maze could have been a bit more of a thrill by releasing visitors in small groups rather than all together as that would allow more independence therefore making it more of an adventure. Overall it was a great hour and a half and the free drinks at the end were a perfect end to the experience .
I was very impressed with the London dungeons. I have been as a child but can hardly remember anything from then. Went this weekend just gone and was excellent. Lots of historical facts and amazing actors. Could be a bit frightening for younger or more nervous children/adults. Lasted much longer than I expected!
Having purchased discount tickets, this felt like good value for money. Great actors and scenery along the way. I recall more historical value when I went many years back, and felt there could've been more, but otherwise we enjoyed the experience. The rides were good too.
A big 'meh'. Me and my girlfriend had great memories of visiting the London Dungeon as children when it was still in London Bridge. There were plenty of reconstructions of torture tools and models. Now it's all actors taking you from a room to another with the same scares repeating over and over. The props were beautiful and the rides where very fun (even if very short). I think it's just a big money machine. They managed to create a constant flow of customers that ends right at the exit. There is no more exhibition to look at, but for some reason, even if you have a timed ticket you will have to queue. Most of the staff has lost any interest in what they are doing given that they are repeating the same thing over and over. A word of advice, don't bring anyone who is not fluent in English, they would just get bored.
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