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Tickets for The London Bridge Experience & Tombs: Skip The Line

Scariest haunted attraction in the UK

$34.87  from
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Audio guide
German, Spanish, Polish, Italian & French
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Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
Mon - Fri: 10:30 - 17:00, Sat - Sun: 10:30 - 16:30
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  • The London Bridge Experience & London Tombs draws you into the history of the area, and then scares the living daylights out of you. This is the most terrifying haunt around (since 2008, it's been chosen annually as the scariest attraction in England)
  • For the kids and school classes there is a special tour with a Guardian Angel, who manages to protect them from the horrific demons, bloodthirsty zombies and terrifying clowns that lurk in the depths of the bridge
  • Wander beneath London Bridge, as your pulse races, the atmosphere thickens, and strange creatures lurk in the shadow (or pop out of nowhere, scaring your ascot off!)


This is a real two-for-one. First, at the London Bridge Experience, go on a guided tour of London Bridge's history. Then, dive deeper into the bowels beneath the bridge. Here you'll wander plague pits, abandoned public toilets, and malfunctioning nuclear power plants, as zombies and monsters pop out. Don't think you'll scream? Think again.

This blend of history and horror is like a cross between Edgar Allan Poe and the Saw films; it all works surprisingly well. In that it's scary as hell!

After descending into the dank southside base of London Bridge, you'll get sucked into the history of this span over the Thames. Your guide will tell you about the first version (built by the Romans in 50 AD), and the current version from 1979. And in the years in-between (and since), the area has had more than its fair share of strange accidents, executions, and shocking murders.

You'll soak up this mix of real and imagined history as the atmospheric moves from educational, to perplexing, to alarming. And before you know it, you're spat out of the vortex tunnel into the haunted crypt beneath the bridge. Flickering lights, temperamental generators, and bizarre noises create a spooky atmosphere.

But it's not just that: zombies, horrific clowns, mad doctors and more lurk within the bowels of the London Tombs, wanting nothing more than to cause you to jump out of your skin. They will succeed.

And if they don't, than you've shown yourself worthy of joining their ranks, so if you find yourself 'too cool' to squeal in fright, you may never make your way out of the depths of the Bridge.

GUARDIAN ANGEL: On request, young kids - and their parents who have a vested interest in avoiding 'nightmare fuel', can take a special tour with a Guardian Angel. This ensures that even the most bloodthirsty demon freaks don't get too close. Over 16? No Guardian Angel for you - surrender to the scare!


The London Bridge Experience
2 - 4 Tooley Street, London Bridge, London

Admission Information

Show your mobile tickets at the entrance and get right in!

What's included?

  • Audio guide in five languages
  • Skip the line access to the scariest attraction in Great Britain

Additional information

Admission Information

Show your mobile tickets at the entrance and get right in!

Getting There

  • Address: 2-4 Tooley Street, London
  • Nearest station is London Bridge. This can be reached by both train and metro!

Customer reviews

Vicky, United Kingdom
Feb 18, 2017
Good fun couldn't stop laughing at the scared screaming crowd I was in. Big thanks to death for picking on my sister 😂
Andrea, United Kingdom
Feb 8, 2017
Could make more of the experience, was a bit short and not as good as the London Dungeons. Felt understaffed being left in a room with the history of the bridge for the 10 mins, then rushed around a short trip through time. Should have a guide for the history room and go more into it. The time tour could have more actors and give you more facts, the bar bit was ok. The tombs again felt like it could have done with more actors and perhaps be more geared towards the bridge, making it more relevant. Having historical figures scare you, scenes geared towards what the bridge might have been like to walk over/through in times gone by. What's a circus got to do with London Bridge???
Jan 23, 2017
helen, United Kingdom
Jan 16, 2017
Scary but fun
Jess, United Kingdom
Jan 15, 2017
The London Bridge Experience lacked atmosphere. The scenes and characters were not very convincing (we've been to several Dungeon experiences and found them to be much better). The Tombs aspect was probably the "saviour" of the ticket, as that was pretty convincing. I was definitely terrified and screamed a few times!
Emma, United Kingdom
Jan 15, 2017
Really good
Stuart, United Kingdom
Jan 1, 2017
This was a very good experience and the Tiquets website and prices was brilliant- and included skip the line so we didn't have to queue-even better.
Louisa , United Kingdom
Dec 21, 2016
Well organised ! Did not have to queue at all
Would use agsin
Haydn, United Kingdom
Dec 18, 2016
Such a great time at The London Bridge Experience. Informative, exciting, scary and well worth a visit. Would definitely go again, next time I am in London.
marc, United Kingdom
Dec 7, 2016