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The London Dungeon can be described as a museum of simulated horror from the past. You travel back in time to the dark side of European history. With more than 40 exhibitions, the museum is unsuitable for people with a weak heart and small children.

The museum has a wide variety of attractions including up-to-date multimedia performances. You will come up close with the terrible practices of Jack the Ripper or see terrible punishments such as decapitation, cooking or drowning.

The London Dungeon is an absolute must in our opinion, although it is not cheap.

Admission tickets can be ordered online at the London Dungeon, preventing you from standing in line at the ticket booth. It can be quite busy there.

Opening Hours

Generally every day from 10 am to 4 pm.

Check the website for current opening times.

How to get there

London Waterloo
St Thomas’ Hospital County Hall (Stop E): 12, 148, 159, 453
London Eye Pier
Jubilee Gardens, Lambeth Palace Road, Westminster Pier

Prices

Prices for standard tickets and are indications.

Children
23,-
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Adults
29,-
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