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Here you will find The Blackpool Tower Dungeon opening dates and times.
We are closed on Christmas Day.

Dungeon shows run every hour throughout the week and every half hour throughout the weekend - During busier times and with schools bookings time slots can quickly fill up.

Pre-booking for a time slot is advised, please visit the attraction to book into a time slot or call 01253 629 233.

Opening Hours
Monday - Friday 10am 4pm*
Saturday & Sunday 10am 5pm
14th and 15th May Closed
Additional Opening Hours
2nd - 4th May 2015 10am 5pm
23rd - 31st May 2015 10am 5.30pm

 *Doors open for tickets at 10am, first show 11am

How long do tours last?

The tours last approximately 60 minutes, no matter what time you enter.

What's the best time to visit?

Good question. We love Halloween, but for the rest of the year there’s just one thing you need to remember. Like any amazingly funny, brilliantly designed and (ha ha) executed attraction…we are very popular. Our guests love us and end to come back time and time again.

So... make it easy on yourself. BOOK A TICKET IN ADVANCE. That way you:

  • Get to visit when YOU want
  • Know that your place is reserved
  • AND you get priority entrance over the loveable, but ultimately less organised folk who turn up at the last minute.

Right. Does that make sense? Great, so you know what you have to do. The Red Ticket button is up there at the top...up... up... up... there you go.

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“Just spent an unpleasant hour in the Pool that is Black and it was great,at The Blackpool Tower Dungeon, from the mad Jester at the beginning who calling the lift through to the executioner at the end who(I can't say cause it would spoil the suprise) a plague house (were you could smell the dead) were I was sat in the doctors chair and anethitised with an hammer through a court case were my brother in law was accused of drunken and lewd behavour and asking 2 bearded ladies to marry him amongst other things(they must of done a background check) through a torture chamber, a hall of mirrors, a smugglers den, witches execution to the final drop all done by a group of actors who were frightenly funny and very good at their job, you should not miss this if you visit Blackpool”

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