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The London Dungeon Standard Entry (Same Day)

The London Dungeon
County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road
London
SE1 7PB

Directions:
4-5 minutes walk from Waterloo Tube station, which is on the Northern, Jubilee and Bakerloo Lines. Waterloo mainline station is also just 4-5 minutes walk.

Tube:
Waterloo station is 4 minute walk (376 metres)

Attraction notes

Age restrictions: Child ages: 3-15 YOA Children under 3 years are FREEChildren under 16 MUST be accompanied by an adult (18+)Height Restrictions apply

Booking from: 08 Dec 2020

Booking until: 31 Dec 2020

Opening hours: Opens every day; Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri & Sun: 10am to 5 pm (last tour), Thu: 11am to 5pm (last tour), Sat: 10am to 6pm (last tour).Please see further details below.

Pick up point: Redemption point: London Dungeons County Hall.Join the ‘next show’ line at your booked timeslot with your e-ticket.  E-Tickets are valid for the time and date stated.

Important info: Bookings are 100% non-refundable and non-exchangeable.Redemption point: London Dungeons County Hall.Join the ‘next show’ line at your booked timeslot with your e-ticket.  E-Tickets are valid for the time and date stated.Safety InformationPlease do not travel to the attraction should you start to display symptoms or feel unwellThe attraction is now cashless, so please be ready to make any onsite purchase using a contactless payment cardAll guests aged 11+ must wear a suitable face covering or face mask Non-contact temperature checks will be a condition of entryTo help you keep a safe distance from others, social distancing measures will be outlined within the attractionEnhanced cleaning will take place throughout the dayHygiene stations and hand sanitiser will be available throughout the attractionSome facilities maybe closed to assist with social distancingDisabled access:The majority of facilities are designed to be fully accessible to disabled guests. However due to the complex nature of an emergency evacuation it is not possible for wheelchair users or guests who have considerable walking difficulties walking, to access both rides ‘The Tyrant – Boat Ride’ and ‘Drop Dead – Drop Ride to Doom’.Wheelchair users must be booked in advance 08714232240 to ensure that the correct facilities are available during the visit. This is because only one wheelchair user can be admitted into the London Dungeons each hour.

The London Dungeon Standard Entry (Same Day)


The Attraction
With 20 live actors, 19 interactive shows and 1000 years of history, The London Dungeon is not an attraction to be missed. The Dungeons brings history to life with its wonderful cast, 360 sets, special effects and 2 underground rides. Based on real London legends and history, visitors will get up close and personal with menacing characters from Jack the Ripper to the infamous Sweeny Todd, the barber of Fleet Street. Passing through themed sets including misty London Streets, plagued houses and the dreaded torture chamber, visitors are sure to be thrilled, scared and entertained.

History of The London Dungeon
The London Dungeon has been through many transformations since it was founded by Annabel Geddes in 1976. The London Dungeon was originally a wax exhibition that followed themes of macabre and gory history and was under the Tooley Street arches. Characters in the beginning included Mary Tudor, Thomas Beckett and Boudica. Between the late 1980s and the mid 90's it evolved into different walkthrough theatrical shows, including Jack the Ripper and the Great Fire of London. Vardon Attractions, now known as Merlin Entertainments, acquired the attraction from Kunick Leisure Group in 1992. The London Dungeon moved from its original premises of Tooley Street to County Hall, South Bank in 2013.

Interesting Facts about The London Dungeon
In 2011 it was discovered that one of the skeletons from the original London Dungeon were genuine human remains. It is possible they had been on display at the attraction since it opened in 1975.
Brian Blessed, a legendary British actor, gives a performance for London Dungeon as King Henry 8th, via very high-tech projection.
One of the advertisements for The London Dungeon was banned for scaring people. The advert showed Queen Mary and transitioned into a zombie and was placed throughout London Underground stations. The adverts proved too scary and were taken down.

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The London Dungeon Standard Entry (Same Day)

The London Dungeon
County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road
London
SE1 7PB

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Waterloo station is 4 minute walk (376 metres)

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