- Learn about London’s dark past
- Laugh and scream with Jack the Ripper and Sweeney Todd
- Feel the exhilaration of two terrifying rides
Explore over a thousand years of London’s dark history at the London Dungeon. You’ll explore 18 interactive sets and two fantastic rides, each with live actors and amazing special effects. Everything is based on real historical events or scary stories all from London’s past, with a great deal of authenticity and theatrical storytelling. You’ll pass through the misty streets of Whitechapel. Was that Jack the Ripper lurking in the shadows? You’ll encounter plague-ravaged houses and a terrifying torture chamber. You’ll even escape (if you’re fast enough) the wrath of Henry VIII.
The London Dungeon has thrilled audiences for over 40 years with a highly entertaining tour through time (and sometimes even a bit scary). The dark humor will keep you laughing from start to finish. It’s the perfect choice for people who want something different from sightseeing and definitely more exciting than a museum. Step in and join the fun...if you dare.
Important: The London Dungeon operates a timed-ticket entry system and has a limited capacity each day. During peak periods they sell out quickly! In order to guarantee a time slot, arrive as early as possible (on the day of your visit) to redeem your voucher and secure an entry time.
- Admission to the London Dungeon
- Children (0-2): free
- Children (3-15): reduced
County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7PB
The London Dungeon is located between Big Ben and the The Coca Cola London Eye - within the County Hall Building and right next to the London SEA LIFE Aquarium.
The recommended age for The London Dungeon is 8 years and above, however it is up to 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.
If at any time you need to leave the attraction, simply speak to the actor in the show you are in and they will arrange for someone to help you to the nearest exit as soon as possible.
No child or children under the age of 16 will be admitted to The London Dungeon unless accompanied and supervised by an adult aged 18 years or over.
Please remember all tickets purchased are non-refundable. So please be sure before purchasing your tickets.
- Daily admission every 15 minutes
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday - 10am-5pm
- Thursday - 11am-5pm
- Saturday and Sunday - 10am-6pm
(listed hours display last entry times)
Vouchers are not valid for the following dates:
- 3rd & 6 April
- 4th & 25 May
- The month of August
- 29th - 31October
- 25, 26, & 28 December 2015
- Any additional Bank Holidays added through the course of the year
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