London Dungeon Reviews
Newest Review: ... to get into the place, this was on a Sunday afternoon. Once we had entered the place, we had a professional photo taken, which you can purchase at the end of the tour. The tour itself wasn't that scary. Most of it was designed to make you jump, more than anything else. You get a "scary" talk in each section by a different actor. All the actors are amazing at what they do and really help to get the atmosphere going. There are also a couple of rides too, however, there is no option to opt out of them. The last ride is a drop, which you can choose not to take part in if it's a bit too much for you. It was definitely a fun exp... more
Customer London Dungeon Reviews (37)
by - written on 09/12/12 (Useful, 95 readings)
I was originally a little apprehensive about visiting the London Dungeon. I am not a fan of scary movies so I figured this might not be the best thing for me to do. However, I decided to go with a friend. As we were yet to purchase tickets, we had to join the long queue. It took about 10 minutes to get into the place, this was on a Sunday afternoon. Once we had entered the place, we had a professional photo taken, which you can purchase at the end of the tour. The tour itself wasn't that scary. Most of it was designed to make you jump, more than anything else. You get a "scary" talk in each section by a different actor. All the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/11, updated on 06/09/11 (Very useful, 224 readings)
Introduction When I was in London for one week, I obviously have done a lot. I have visited many museums and attractions and on the last day we wanted to do something special. We have chosen to join the group to go to the London Dungeon, a horror museum in central London. Dungeons On the world are five dungeons to find in cities like Amsterdam, London and New York. You can see it as a horror museum, because there are old, horrific stories told and illustrated. It can be regarded as a haunted house. In short, The London Dungeon is really just a tourist attraction for people who like a little horror. Unfortunately there is a hefty price tag, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/09/10 (Very useful, 483 readings)
We have just returned from a trip to London where we visited the London Dungeons. The whole experience was amazing. We went during term-time so the kids were at school; apart from a few European tourists it was quiet. We didn't have to queue at all (it was 10:30am in the morning) so the reviews we had read about waiting times didn't really apply to us. We went straight in and had a posed photo and was handed a slip to claim it at the end. We went through to pay and were shocked at the price £23.50 per person, I was amazed at how they could justify that, I thought it was all part of the shock horror theme!!! Nonetheless we had looked forward to it so paid and ... Read the complete review
by martina - written on 23/08/10
Save your money,and dont bother going to The London Dungeon.Ive also been to the York and Warwick Castle which is excellent.The London Dungeon needs some money spent on it to match the Warwick,lighting and displays behind the times,the actors clothes not much spent on that or make up or wigs,Found one of the staff very rude at the ticket booth at the front.and no such think as as a fast track...........most of the time you are kept waiting in the displays.
by - written on 13/07/10 (Very useful, 875 readings)
I have visited London on quite a few occasions now through trips with friends and through also seeing my then boyfriend who was an Essex boy. I have done quite a few "touristy" things but the London Dungeons never really appealed to me! Maybe because I am a bit of a wuss and didn't fancy walking through dark corridors and things! However, this weekend I visited London again and one of the things my sister wanted to do was visit the dungeons and so I didn't really have much choice! The dungeons are located on Tooley Street in London and are closest to the London Bridge tube station. We arrived at the dungeons at around 9.25am. There was ... Read the complete review
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