Set in Westminster’s County Hall, the London Dungeon is an interactive experience which celebrates the gory aspects of the city’s rich history. Featuring scenes from the times of Jack the Ripper and Sweeney Todd, the attraction uses live actors and props to recreate the capital’s most notorious events. Opened in 1974 as a Tooley Street museum of the macabre, the Dungeon has evolved to place its actors and audience centre-stage. Play the part of a traitor being sent across the Thames to the gallows, take a seat in Sweeney Todd’s barber’s chair or go back to 1666 to flee the city’s flames in the Dungeon’s newest set, ‘Escape the Great Fire of London’!
You can find the London Dungeon between the London Eye and the Sea Life Aquarium on the city’s South bank of the River Thames. The nearest tube station is Waterloo but you can easily walk to the Dungeon from Embankment or Westminster underground stations. Alternatively, you can catch a boat to the London Eye Pier. Entry to the Dungeon is £19.95 per adult and £18.50 per child if you book in advance online and goes up to £28.95 per adult and £24.45 per child if you pay on the door on the day. It is also part of the London Attraction package which includes entry to the London Eye, Sea Life Aquarium and other top destinations for just £39 per adult.
If you fancy travelling back in time for an evening, why not sample the after-hours London Dungeon Lates where you’ll be fitted out in appropriate clothing by the tailor. Start off by enjoying a Victorian Gin cocktail in the Tavern and then find your way through Jack the Ripper’s London.
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You’ll always find plenty to see and do in one of London, one of the world’s greatest cities. After your visit to the Dungeon, why not head next door to the Sea Life Aquarium or see the city from above on the London Eye? In the evening, take a leisurely stroll along the South bank and head to the Oxo Tower for dinner while enjoying some of the city’s best views.
If you’d like to find out more information about the London Dungeon, please contact the venue directly, where you’ll be able to discover the opening and closing times, how to get there and general directions, how to get the best prices on tickets and more about the latest rides and sets.
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