Skip the Line: London Dungeon
Meet Sweeney Todd, the demon barber of Fleet Street - a short back and sides (1785-style) could be just the thing to round off your visit—but will you get more than you bargained for? Keep your wits about you to make sure you don’t become the next filling in Mrs. Lovett’s famous pies!
1888, and the fear rises inside you as you enter Jack the Ripper’s Whitechapel. As you wander the stinking slums, the true horror of his terrible crimes is revealed. Then a scream, the flash of a cloak and an evil smile as you come face to face with Jack the Ripper himself … will you survive?
Experience a Victorian séance gone wrong on Vengeance: the UK’s first 5D laser ride. As you spin around in the darkness, can you duck, dive, dodge and shoot your way out? A high speed, high adrenaline ride, this is the ultimate ghost hunt with you at the heart of the action.
Finally, embark upon your last journey on Extremis: Drop Ride to Doom! At the mercy of the hangman, you are at the very point of death and the end is drawing near. Taste the fear and feel the adrenaline pump as the trapdoor opens and your heart shoots into your throat as you drop, screaming into the darkness below…
This ticket allows guaranteed entry within 45 minutes of arriving at the London Dungeon. The tickets are only available for purchase online. Tickets purchased on the door will require you to book for the next available slot, which could be much later in the day.
How long you spend at the London Dungeon is up to you, but many visitors find a minimum of 1.5 hours to be sufficient.
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- June 3 - July 19 opening times are: 10am-5pm on Monday- Wednesday and Friday, 11am-5pm on Thursday, 10am-6pm on Saturday and Sunday
- July 20 - September 1 opening times are: 10am -7pm on Monday to Wednesday, 11am-7pm on Thursday, 10am - 7pm on Friday to Sunday
- September 2 - November 3 opening times are: 10am-5pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 11am-5pm on Thursday, 10am-6pm on Saturday and Sunday
- October 26 - November 3 opening times are: 10am - 7pm Monday to Wednesday and Friday to Sunday. 11am - 5pm on Thursday
- November 4 - December 23 opening times are: 10am - 5pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 11am -5pm on Thursday and 10am-6pm on Saturday and Sunday
- December 26 opening times are 11am-5pm
- December 27 - 30 opening times are 10am-7pm
- December 31 opening times are 10am-6pm
(Except December 24, 26, 31 and January 1, 2013 11am - 4pm. Closed Christmas Day)
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Skip the Line: London Dungeon
- Entrance fees
- Food and drinks
- Gratuities (optional)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- This attraction is not recommended for those of a nervous disposition or very young children.
1888, and the fear rises inside you as you enter Jack the Ripper's Whitechapel. As you wander the stinking slums, the true horror of his terrible crimes is revealed in bloody, graphic detail. And then a scream, the flash of a cloak and an evil smile as you come face to face with Jack the Ripper himself ... will you survive?
Extremis: Drop Ride to Doom!
Embark upon your last journey on the brand new Extremis: Drop Ride to Doom! At the mercy of the hangman, you are at the very point of death and the end is drawing near. Taste the fear and feel the adrenaline pump as the trapdoor opens and your heart shoots into your throat as you drop, screaming into the darkness below. Note: ride restrictions apply.
Are you brave enough to cross the threshold of Sweeney Todd, the demon barber of Fleet Street? A short back and sides (1785-style) could be just the thing to round off your visit—but will you get more than you bargained for?
Labyrinth of the Lost
Enter the mirror maze of the Labyrinth of the Lost at your peril! Discover the ancient crypt of All Hallows by the Tower...Every treacherous turn takes you further into the realm of lost souls...Will you ever get out?!
Traitor! Boat Ride to Hell
Step aboard the scarier than ever boat ride - sentenced to death by a terrifyingly eccentric 18th century judge, you pass through traitor's gate and begin a spine tingling voyage into the depths of the Dungeon to meet your doom!
The Great Plague
Winter, early 1665. London is in turmoil as the dreaded bubonic plague spreads disease and death among the terrified population. No one knows its cause, only its horrifying agonizing consequences.
The Great Fire of London
Journey back to 1666 and face the fire-ravaged streets of old London Town. Dare you run into the gauntlet of flames to escape the great fire or will you perish within its unforgiving power?
Reviewed by: Jennifer S, December 2014
The dungeons are a great introduction to the history of London so that people can appreciate more of other true historic sites. The pace is good and you never get bored. Only issue as a tourist you need to find a place to print the ticket bought online as it won't be accepted shown on phone. ..
Reviewed by: Smurph, December 2014
If your time is limited or you are impatient like me then this is a must! Although there is still waiting involved at the most 30 mins it is still a lot better than 1 1/2 hours.