Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Skip the Line: London Dungeon submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
I saw this tour on The Ghost Adventures TV show and I knew I wanted to go see it for myself. We did this on our first afternoon in London. It was exciting and very informative. I love history and the stories they told gave you a look into the past and historical events. The Drop Dead ride at the end is a blast. I would recommend this tour and ride to anyone thinking about going.Reviewed by: Candy, April 2014
This is a bit of fun, the actors and rooms were very good, and educational at the same time. Might be a little scary for some young kids, in saying that we saw lots of young ones there. And worth getting the skip the line ticket, as we saw people waiting over an hour just to buy their tickets (you then have to wait again to go onto the tour).Reviewed by: Lucy H, March 2014
Yes thought it was great and the staff looked after our children, we were grateful for that, so happy we did this, it was entertaining and history together. A must see and do experience. thank you.Reviewed by: Sharyn F, June 2014
I would recommend a visit to the London Dungeon. Great performance from the talents and the experience is worth trying. However, not sure if I was lucky that there wasn't crowd, I did not really managed to skip any line and this could be due to the absence of any linesReviewed by: Jeremy P, May 2014
This tour was over-priced, in my opinion, and we still had to wait in line for at least 15 mins. I believe they were training new staff, which probably explains the wait, but still, this was supposed to be a skip the line tour. I had taken this tour when I was little, back in the 1980's and I remember loving this tour, but I wasn't impressed with this one. When they said there were actors, I thought they meant there were just going to be people telling the stories in a dramatic way. The actors picked on people in the audience and made them volunteer for things, whether they wanted to or not; it was all a little awkward for everyone. I would have preferred more of an informative history of London's crime rather than this over dramatic version. Oh well!Reviewed by: Matthew E, May 2014