London Dungeon

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What to see:

London Dungeon offers tour through 1000 years of London history, however unlike other museum tours this one is highly interactive with sort of authentic looking sets, actors, sound effects, rats and all sort of dark stuff. You will travel through the dungeon sometimes in the dark and meet some infamous English characters such as Jack the Ripper along the way. The whole journey lasts about 90 minutes and only consider it if you’re not scared of the dark. Or take someone to hold your hand.

How to get there:

County Hall Building, Southbank

Nearest underground station:

Waterloo station

For more suggestions visit London Dungeon how to get there page.

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What are the opening hours:

Opening hours vary throughout the year therefore for specific information visit the London Dungeon opening hours

Standard opening hours are:

Monday to Friday (except Thursday): 10am – 5pm

Thursday: 11am – 5pm

Saturday and Sunday: 10am – 6pm

How much is the admission fee:

It is one of the most popular tourists attractions therefore the queues can be very long. The best way to avoid queuing and save a bit of money is to book your ticket online and in advance.

Adult ticket price on the door is £24.60 and when booked online around £22.00 minus the long queue.

Book your tickets directly through London Dungeon website here.

What website to visit: www.thedungeons.com/london/

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