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Tickets for The London Dungeon

Think the traffic in London is a nightmare? Try the dungeon!

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Duration: 90-110 minutes
Wheelchair accessible: Admit 1 wheelchair user per hour, at each quarter past the hour. No wheelchair available for hire
Live guide: English
Smartphone tickets accepted

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  • Live and breath London's darkest history and be part of the action with a fully immersive theatrical tour and state of the art special effects
  • With over 10 interactive performances in 360° sets and a rabble of unusual residents, you're guaranteed to lose yourself, whether its in mirth or fear!
  • Test your mettle with a plummeting descent on adrenaline ride Drop Dead. It'll either be your last ride or your route to making it out alive!


Scream at the Home of Halloween
Now on  - Oct 31, 2020  ( ends in 3 days )

London, 1888: the streets of Whitechapel are gripped with fear as five women are found murdered and mutilated.

This Halloween, the London Dungeon is returning to the scene of the crime, and taking a deeper look at Jack the Ripper's murders and the media storm that followed them. Step back in time to immersive sets that recreate the scenes and watch actors take you on a journey from Mary Ann Nichols to the wild speculation that the killer may even have been royalty.

From tabloids without morals to the Whitechapel Vigilance Committee, who took finding the killer into their own hands, this special event will leave no stone unturned in the East End's most famous tale. Visitors to Scream at the Home of Halloween will also bear witness to the bubonic plague, cannibals and torture!


Combining immersive theatrical storytelling and a suspenseful guided tour of history's most gruesome crime and punishment, London Dungeon tickets are a horribly fun way to get a history lesson.

Descend into the dungeon's depths with a creepy jester as your guide, while metallic grinding noises of rusty cogs and chains set the mood for the macabre scenes below. Side effects may include feelings of profound dread!

Once below, there are more than 10 interactive shows packed with ghastly thrills and stomach-churning history. You'll see, feel and even smell debaucherous characters from London's 'bad old days'.

Meet Guy Fawkes, Sweeney Todd, and Jack the Ripper, plus the hapless victims of The Torture Chamber in the flesh.

Take The Tyrant Boat Ride in total darkness to your own beheading, and Escape The Great Fire of London before you go crispy. Plummet to your doom or freedom with a last-gasp vertical drop ride on Drop Dead.

These easy smartphone London Dungeon tickets will get you in the door. Getting back out is another matter...

Insider tip

For obvious reasons, it's always a good plan to go to the bathroom before descending into a terrifying dungeon.



What's included

Entrance to The London Dungeon
Access to over 10 interactive shows
Entry to the tavern
A thrilling drop ride

What's not included

Drinks in the tavern (available to purchase)
Additional info

Getting There:

  • Train: from station Waterloo, follow the exit for the South Bank. The London Dungeon is in County Hall next to the London Eye
  • Tube: the nearest tube stations are Westminster and Waterloo. From Westminster, exit onto Westminster Bridge (Exit 1) and then cross over the Bridge. SEA LIFE London Aquarium is visible from the bridge. From Waterloo, follow the exit signs for the South Bank (Exit 6) and walk towards the London Eye
  • On foot: just follow signs for the South Bank; it's right next door to the London Eye and SEA LIFE London Aquarium

Amendment policy

  • Changes are not possible for this ticket


Show your smartphone ticket at the admissions desk.


Opening hours

Wednesday 10:00 - 16:00
Thursday 11:00 - 16:00
Friday 10:00 - 16:00
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Sunday 10:00 - 16:00
Monday 10:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 16:00

How to get there

The London Dungeon
Westminster Bridge Rd, Lambeth, SE1 7PB, London
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Ratings & reviews

based on 32 reviews
Feb 18, 2020
Really good staff were great and friendly 🙂
Jan 26, 2020
Super ! One of the best museums/atractions i have ever been !
Jan 4, 2020
It was a lovely experince there was alot to see and tour around had a enjoyable time .

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