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London Dungeon Entrance Tickets

London Dungeon entrance ticket
London Dungeon entrance ticket

Explore London as it was in days gone by ⁠— experience for yourself the dangerous streets, unsavoury characters and sense of fear all-around at the London Dungeon. Hear, touch, and smell over 1000 years of London’s darkest history with funny, cutting-edge storytelling at London Dungeon. Don’t miss out on this amazing London experience, book your London Dungeon entrance tickets today.

London Dungeon Experience Highlights:

  • Be amazed by 14 interactive shows involving 20 live actors
  • Take 2 thrilling underground rides
  • Immerse yourself in 360-degree sets with gripping storytelling
  • Discover over 1000 years of grizzly history in the city

Tour description

The London Dungeon is a uniquely thrilling attraction that will whisk you way back to the capital’s most perilous past. See, hear and feel the chillingly amusing characters of the ‘bad old days’ as they come to life before you. Step inside Sweeney Todd’s infamous barber shop on Fleet Street and let him give your life a short back and sides. Then tread cautiously through the streets of Whitechapel, as Jack the Ripper could be lurking just around the corner. End your visit by being sentenced for your crimes and sent to Newgate Prison Ride to Doom. On the off chance you survive all of that, round off your journey with a visit to the Dungeon Tavern; hear the latest gossip and share a drink with the locals.

What’s Included in the London Dungeon ticket

  • Entrance ticket to The London Dungeon
  • Same-Day or Advance booking (depending on the option chosen)

Not suitable for

Children under 5 years of age

How to reach London Dungeon?

  • By foot – Just follow signs for the South Bank; London Dungeon is right next door to the LastMinute.com London Eye and SEA LIFE London Aquarium. It’s all you need for a day out in one place and we can even save you money with combined tickets.
  • Public Transport – Subway, Underground, metro, tube, no matter what you want to call it, we are only a few minute’s walks from London Waterloo. If you prefer not to use the underground (you will experience the underground in the Dungeon anyway…). Waterloo is well served by buses and there even is a river service to the London Eye pier. Best check the Transport for London website to have a seemless travel to the London Dungeon.
  • Coach and Car – London Dungeon does not have a car park but they are able to accommodate coaches for drop-off and pick-up (20 mins max.) Please contact the LastMinute.com London Eye Energy Customer Service line to reserve your coach bay: coach@londoneye.com There is also a car park close to the attraction; Q-Park Westminster car park is located just a short distance from The London Dungeon and we are able to offer discounts of 15% to those that pre-book their parking. To receive your discount please visit www.q-park.co.uk/parking/london/q-park-westminster, click on Pre-Booking and enter the promotional code DUNGEON when making your booking.

Meeting Point

The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 7PB, United Kingdom.

Check out the map below to plan your visit.

Important information to keep in mind when visiting London Dungeon

Not allowed

  • Cameras are not allowed inside the Dungeon
  • Unaccompanied minors
  • Video recording is strictly prohibited

Know before you go

  • The London Dungeon is not suitable for people of a nervous disposition or children under the age of 12: entry is at the discretion of the parent/guardian
  • Children under the age of 5 are not permitted to enter The London Dungeon
  • Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult 18 or older
  • Disabled guests pay the standard price and their carer enters free of charge
  • The attraction is wheelchair-accessible, however, the London Dungeon can only admit wheelchairs and users with a combined maximum weight of 300kg. Wheelchairs must not be wider than 27 inches and be able to navigate tight angles and uneven flooring. There is a maximum of 1 wheelchair user per tour.

Akhil Gupta

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