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Judge Blackheart is not a patient man. As he commits you all to the labyrinth of the lost souls, will you find a way to escape?... hurry!

What you'll learn

  • Whether you have a good sense of direction.
  • Can you stay calm when there's panic in the air?
  • What your friends look like when they're scared!

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We have 40 mirrors in the labyrinth.

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These are the 2 most recent reviews. See full archive here.


“When we cam out of Judge Blackhearts court we couldn't find our way around I kept bumping into my friends and there was scary people popping up in the mirrors eventually we found our way out. My friend said to me after we had got out "I saw loads of people in the mirrors," and she was nearly crying. I found it amazing and creepy as it was only my second time.”


So scary!

“I nearly wet myself I was so scared! I kept seeing shadows everywhere, I thought we wouldn't have got out!


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Need a map? We are located in the Blackpool Tower

“Yesterday, while traipsing around Blackpool town centre a strange creature dressed in red beckoned me & my family into the murky depths of The Dungeons, we joined a motley crew of visitors - who by the end of the visit became our new BFF's (funny what fear can do!!) and were ably entertained by a jester in black with a hilariously cringe worthy repertoire of one liners!
The monk in the chapel had the girls in our group on tenterhooks and visiting the recently departed doctor and his hapless assistant was a scream! The piece de resistance for myself was when the amazing Judge Blackheart accused my mother in Law of being a witch, Mmmmm funny that - something I've often suspected!! We were subjected to torture, trapped in a maze, attacked by marauding Vikings and coerced into smuggling by a very saucy chap indeed. Lastly on entering Pendle forest it was almost a family reunion as we were confronted by an infamous witch who gently took us to our untimely execution!
The dedication of the whole Dungeon team is obvious and it's clear an awful lot of thought has gone into this most impressive attraction, the stories told are authentic, the smells and sounds almost repulsively real, there are laughs galore and the acting is award worthy.”

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