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The London Dungeon: Immerse yourself in the dark and cruel history of London

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    Venture into the depths of the London Dungeon, where the city's darkest history comes to life in a nail-biting adventure you'll never forget! Upgrade your London City Pass with an additional London Dungeon ticket and discover famous criminals, ghosts and more!

    Welcome to the London Dungeon, a must-see attraction for anyone wanting to delve into London's eerie past. With a fascinating mix of live actors, thrilling rides and chilling stories, this immersive experience takes you through 1,000 years of history, confronting notorious criminals and eerie encounters with the city's most notorious ghosts.

    Step into the darker side of history: explore the exciting London Dungeon

    Uncover the dark secrets of old London - ghostly alleys and horror stories about the infamous characters from the capital’s past.

    Step back in time and wander the eerie alleys of old London, where the ghostly whispers of the past echo through the shadows. Here you will discover the hidden stories of the city's most notorious criminals and their horrific deeds, experience the Royal torturer’s wrath, unearth the perils of the plague, and explore the fearsome places where famous murderers once roamed the streets. Feel the lingering presence of these malevolent souls that haunt the ancient streets to this day.

    Explore the horrors of the medieval torture chamber and the cruel instruments of pain

    Enter the harrowing world of medieval punishment and see the cruel torture methods used by the sadistic torturer. Learn about the various devices used throughout history to inflict untold pain, such as the iron maiden, the chappy chopper and the pear of anguish. Watch how these terrible instruments instilled fear in the condemned and marvel at the twisted creativity behind their sinister design.

    Relive the nightmare scenario of the Great Plague and the fight for survival in a fear-filled city

    Experience the devastation caused by the Great Plague of London in 1665. Traverse the streets ravaged by the deadly disease and watch doctors' desperate attempts to save their patients in this frighteningly realistic recreation. Discover the harrowing stories of survival and loss during this dark chapter of London's history, and learn about the extraordinary measures the city's residents took to combat the relentless spread of the plague.

    Follow the blood-soaked trail of Jack the Ripper's reign of terror and the mystery of a murderer who escaped justice

    Follow the bloody footsteps of Jack the Ripper, the infamous serial killer who wreaked havoc in London in the late 19th century. Uncover the horrifying details of his gruesome murders, explore the frightening places where his victims met their tragic ends, and penetrate the twisted mind of a killer who has become the epitome of the darkest aspects of human nature. Try to solve the mystery that continues to puzzle investigators to this day and understand why the legacy of Jack the Ripper continues to cast a long shadow over the city.

    Embark on a thrilling journey through London's dark and tangled history at the London Dungeon, where every spine-tingling story, ghostly encounter and chilling revelation will leave you breathless and forever changed. Don't miss this unforgettable experience that delves deep into the heart of the city's cruelest past.


    Highlights of the London Dungeon

      • Immersive live actor performances: Immerse yourself in the world of talented live actors who bring the dark stories and sinister characters of London's past to life and transport you into a realm of history, horror and suspense.
      • Thrilling Rides and Attractions: Experience breathtaking rides like the thrilling Drop Dead: Drop Ride to Doom and the chilling Traitor's Gate Boat Ride that will add an adrenaline rush to your adventure.
      • Captivating storytelling: Discover the fascinating and grisly stories of London's most notorious criminals, ghostly apparitions and infamous events, brought to life through detailed settings, atmospheric soundscapes and gripping narratives.  
      • A journey through time: Immerse yourself in atmospheric environments that recreate the most eerie eras of London's past, such as the plague-ridden streets of the 17th century and the shadowy alleys of the Victorian era, for a unique and unforgettable historical experience. 


    Opening hours of the London Dungeon

    The London Dungeon is generally open daily, with opening hours varying throughout the year. Typically, the London Dungeon opens at 10:00 a.m. and closes between 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m., depending on the time of year and day of the week.

    It is recommended to visit the London Dungeon official website or contact customer service for the most up-to-date information on opening times and closures during your planned visit.

    Regarding closures in 2024, there may be scheduled maintenance or special events at London Dungeon that could result in temporary closures. These closure dates are usually announced in good time. 


    London Dungeon - What visitors need to know before their visit

    • Age Restrictions: The London Dungeon may not be suitable for young children due to its frightening and intense nature. It is generally recommended for visitors aged 12 and over, but the final decision rests with the accompanying adult. Children under 5 will not be admitted.

    • Size Restrictions: Some rides and attractions at London Dungeon have size restrictions to ensure guest safety. For example, passengers on the Drop Dead: Drop Ride to Doom must be at least 1.4 meters (4 feet 7 inches) tall.

    • Health and Accessibility: The London Dungeon may not be suitable for people with certain health conditions, such as heart problems, neck or back problems, epilepsy or claustrophobia. Guests with limited mobility or wheelchair users should consult the attraction's accessibility guide as some areas may have limited access.

    • Pregnant Guests: Pregnant guests are advised not to participate in certain rides and attractions due to potential safety risks.

    • Photography and Filming: Flash photography and filming are generally not permitted at the London Dungeon as they may disrupt the experience for other guests and impact performers.

    • Large Bags and Luggage: Large bags, backpacks and luggage are not permitted inside the attraction for safety reasons.

    • Food and Drink: Food and drink are typically not permitted at the London Dungeon, except in designated areas such as the gift shop or outside the attraction. It is always a good idea to visit the official London Dungeon website or contact their customer service to inquire Get the most up-to-date information on restrictions and guidelines before planning your visit.  



    Reservations for London Dungeon

    We strongly recommend pre-booking your London Dungeon ticket and selecting an arrival time slot via the Turbopass portal before planning your visit. This ensures a seamless experience and helps you avoid potential disappointment due to limited availability, especially during peak travel periods or weekends.

    By booking your ticket in advance, you will have a stress-free experience upon arrival.  


    How to get to the London Dungeon by public transport

    The London Dungeon is conveniently located in central London and is easily accessible by various modes of transport including tube, bus, taxi, car and walking.

    • By Tube: The London Dungeon is close to several tube stations. The nearest station is Waterloo, served by the Jubilee, Northern, Bakerloo and Waterloo & City lines. It's just a 5-minute walk to the attraction from Waterloo Station. Alternatively, you can use Westminster station (served by the Jubilee, Circle and District lines) or Embankment station (served by the Northern, Bakerloo, Circle and District lines), both of which are around 10 minutes' walk away.

    • By Bus: Numerous bus routes pass near the London Dungeon. Some of the main bus routes are the 211, 77 and 381, which stop near County Hall, where the London Dungeon is located. Other nearby bus routes include the RV1 and the 507. Check the Transport for London (TfL) website for the latest bus routes and timetables.

    • By Taxi: London's famous black cabs, as well as ride-hailing services such as Uber, are readily available throughout the city. You can hail a taxi on the street or book in advance. Give the driver the address of the London Dungeon (The Queen's Walk, London SE1 7PB), which is next to the London Eye and near County Hall.

    • By Car: If you are driving to the London Dungeon, note that parking in central London can be limited and expensive. The nearest car park is Q-Park Westminster, a short walk away at 34 Great College Street, London SW1P 3RX. Note that the London Dungeon is within the Congestion Charging Zone, so you may have to pay a daily fee to ride in the area.

    • Walking: The London Dungeon is centrally located and within easy walking distance of various attractions. It is located next to the London Eye and County Hall, along the south bank of the River Thames. Coming from Trafalgar Square, walk along Northumberland Avenue towards the river, cross the Golden Jubilee Bridge and follow the riverside path to reach the attraction.   


    Address of the London Dungeon

    The London Dungeon 
    Riverside Building County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, 
    London SE1 7PB
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    In summary, the London Dungeon is an exciting and captivating attraction that offers visitors a unique insight into London's dark and macabre history. Experience the London Dungeon with a London City Pass.

    You can book your London City Pass online from the comfort of your own home and save yourself the hassle of queuing for tickets at each attraction.

    Whether you're a history buff or just want to spend a fun day out with friends or family, the London Dungeon is sure to be an unforgettable experience. Don't miss out on the opportunity to explore one of London's most fascinating attractions - book your London City Pass today! 

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