RIP London Dungeon at London Bridge – Book the new dungeon now with 30% off
We were very sad to hear that the scare factory that is The London Dungeon is moving away from it’s impressive London Bridge vaults to its new home on the South Bank at County Hall.
We have very fond memories of being scared to within an inch of our little lives as children in this uniquely British tourist trap. We will certainly miss the poor teenagers dressed as horrific plague victims hanging (/having a fag break) outside London Bridge tube entrance.
The cavernous space put on its final ghoulish spectacular at Tooley Street on 31st January 2013, so if you haven’t been you’d be mad to miss it!
Highlights of the closed attraction included:
Fog Freeze Brace yourselves for some foggy fun this Christmas with the opening of a new scarily funny walk-through show based on the infamous smogs that enveloped the Capital last century.
The Rat Walk Experience
Vengeance The 5D Ride Completely disorientated in the dark and spinning at high speeds, riders will shoot it out with twisted, vengeful ghosts in London, whilst facing their full destructive force!
Traitor Boatride to Hell Sentenced to death you board the boat and pass through Traitor’s Gate to begin a spine-tingling voyage into the depths of the Dungeon. As you descend rapidly into the murky waters, who is lurking in the shadows?
Don’t fret London Dungeon is back & bigger at County Hall with lots of new attractions including live rats, a devilish descent & the divinely silly Brian Blessed as Henry VIII.
Book your online saver ticket here and save up to 30%
Get chills down your spine and download the map of the new London Dungeon here
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