London Dungeon Tickets

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Get ready to delve into London’s horrible history with a London Dungeon ticket. With an amazing cast of theatrical actors, special effects, stages, scenes and rides, this will be an experience you will never forget - With 19 shows and 2 thrilling rides, live and breathe London's darkest history…if you dare!

Our guide to The London Dungeon

The London Dungeon is a uniquely thrilling attraction that will whisk you way back to the capital's most perilous past.

With your London Dungeon tickets, see, hear, feel and (ahem!) smell the chillingly amusing characters of the 'bad old days' as they come to life before you. With nineteen scarily true stories and two thrilling rides, guests will come face-to-face with London’s most notorious historical characters including Jack the Ripper, Sweeney Todd and Jack The Ripper.

Take on London’s only underground water ride as you sail to certain death down the Thames, dodge the grasp of an escaped convict from Newgate Prison and prepare for a ‘hangy’ ending as you plummet to your doom on the exhilarating vertical drop ride; Drop Dead.

London Dungeon Ticket Highlights

  • Learn about the shocking side of in London history
  • Become immersed in the story and make hysterically horrible shared memories with family and friends
  • Live actor-led shows telling tales of hysterically horrible history
  • Underground water ride through traitors gate and thrilling drop ride
  • Enjoy a drink in The Tavern, the Victorian pub experience
  • Navigate your way through the spooky mirror maze

Will you lose yourself in fear or in mirth? Either way, it's not looking good for your underwear!


Frequently Asked Questions for The London Dungeon

How long does a visit to the London Dungeon take?

It is recommended that you allow 60-75 minutes for your experience.

Where is the London Dungeons?

The London Dungeon is on London's South Bank inside County Hall just a few minutes walk from London Waterloo station which hosts mainline trains and the London underground, serving the Northern, Jubilee and Bakerloo Lines.

What is the London Dungeon?

The London Dungeon is a uniquely thrilling attraction that will whisk you way back to the capital's most perilous past.

Is the London Dungeons scary?

The London Dungeons is a uniquely thrilling experience and not for the faint hearted!

What is the minimum age recommended to visit the London Dungeons?

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 wheelchair accessible?

The London Dungeons has two flights of stairs inside, but they are are fully accessible to guests who use a wheelchair, They admit 1 wheelchair
user per hour, at each quarter past the hour, please note a specific reservation is needed.

What is inside of the London Dungeon?

There are 19 live shows and 2 thrilling rides to take you back to London's most dangerous past.

Has the London Dungeons moved?

After 38 years at its current site tourist attraction the London Dungeons moved home in January 2013. The move was from Tooley
Street, close to London Bridge Station to the vaults underneath County Hall at the South Bank, moments from London Waterloo Station.

What time does the London Dungeons close?

Opening and closing times may vary. Please check up to date opening and closing times before you travel.

Can you skip the rides at the London Dungeons?

The Drop Ride is optional and you can skip the it! Unfortunately it is not accessible for guests who are unable to walk unaided or guests who cannot use stairs.

How far is Madame Tussauds from the London Dungeons?

Madame Tussauds can be easily visited from the London Dungeons by catching the Jubilee Line from Westminster Tube Station to Baker Street Tube
Station just a short walk from the attraction.

Can I take photographs during my time at London Dungeons?

No, unfortunately filming and photography during your visit to The London Dungeon is not permitted.

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