Does London Dungeon have a ride?
No, The London Dungeon is not a ride. It consists of actor-led interactive shows guiding you through London’s murky past. For more information, please visit here.
What rides are in The London Dungeon?
Shows and rides
- Sweeney Todd. Looking for a haircut?
- Mitre Square.
- Whitechapel Labyrinth.
- Jack the ripper.
- The Courtroom.
- Escape from the Newgate prison.
- Drop dead: drop ride.
- The Decsent.
Is The London Dungeon rides scary?
Most visitors find the attraction scary, but also find there are some funnier, light-hearted moments throughout the tour. The Drop Dead Drop Ride is usually a huge hit and a big surprise, as is the beginning of the tour with the Descent. The Jack The Ripper show is well done, and quite scary!
Is The London Dungeon real?
Established as a tourist attraction in 1974, the London Dungeon has become one of the city’s most popular sights and a hotspot for tourists and travellers looking for thrills and chills. While never actually serving as a prison, the London Dungeon is home to some of the darkest tales in the city’s history.
How long are you in London Dungeon?
We recommend allowing 60-75 minutes for your experience.
Do you need ID for London Dungeon?
When collecting tickets we ask that you bring photographic identification with you. This would need to be a valid document with both your name and a clear photograph on it. We suggest a full or provisional drivers licence or a passport.
What is the minimum age for London Dungeon?
12 years old
The recommended minimum age to visit The London Dungeon is 12 years old. However children younger than this are welcome into the attraction, it is up to the discretion of the accompanying adult. Please note that the experience is in a dark environment with loud noises which some children may not enjoy.
Is The London Dungeon suitable for a 4 year old?
The recommended age for The London Dungeon is 12 years and above, however it is up to the discretion of the accompanying adult. 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.
Do people jump out at you at London Dungeons?
The London Dungeon is not a scare attraction, nor is it a horror maze, it is an interactive theatrical experience. However, inside, it is very dark, with lots of loud noises, and some actors perform ‘jump scares’ however they will not touch or chase you.
What happens in The London Dungeon?
The London Dungeon experience is an approximately 90-minute walk through the various attractions. You’ll see dungeons, experience highlights (or lowlights) of London’s history through exceptional stages and special effects experiences. You will be part of a group moving from show to show, guided by professional actors.
How long does it take to go through London Dungeon?
We recommend allowing 60-75 minutes for your experience. Save up to 30% when you book online with our Online Saver ticket!
Is the London Dungeon a ride?
No, The London Dungeon is not a ride. It consists of 19 interactive shows and live actors guiding you through London’s murky past. Two rides make up part of the experience, however The Tyrant – Boat Ride and Drop Dead – Drop ride to doom.
What happened to the London Dungeon?
In 2013, the London Dungeon moved from its premises of 39 years in Tooley Street, to County Hall, South Bank, to be grouped with other Merlin-owned attractions such as the London Eye . The London Dungeon features 19 shows, 20 actors and 2 rides.
What is the history of the dungeon?
The London Dungeon was opened in 1974 by Annabel Geddes. The attraction was originally a wax exhibition of gory and macabre history, comprising themed tableaux under the Tooley Street arches. Early characters included Boudica, Mary Tudor and Thomas Becket and had scenes from the Norman Conquest.
What happens at the dungeon?
The Dungeon’s shows are staged on theatrical sets with special effects. The show incorporates events such as the Black Death and the Gunpowder Plot, and includes characters such as “The Torturer”, “The Plague Doctor”, and “The Judge”. Guests are encouraged to participate in the shows.