The London Dungeon is a popular attraction, especially in holiday periods! Book online to guarantee your entry and save up to 30%!
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Get the best available price AND guarantee your show time with an Online Saver Ticket! We strongly recommend booking in advance to avoid disappointment as tickets will sell out very quickly on the day.
Ticket Prices 2015
|Ticket type||Individual price on the day||Online price from|
|Adult (16 yrs +)||£25.95||from £17.95|
Child (4 to 15 yrs)
under 4's go free
|Check Availability & Book Online|
Please note: tickets purchased online on the day of visit will be charged at the Individual price on the day rate, however a web ticket will guarantee entry.
Please note: The time on your ticket is not the show time, but the time you are allowed to enter the building and queue. Queue times differ depending on attendance levels and can go from 10-45 minutes. The tour itself lasts 90 minutes and will start after queueing. We advise giving yourself 2 hours to complete your experience.
Please note: Anyone under the age of 16 will not be granted entry to the London Dungeon without someone aged 18 or over accompanying them.
It's simple, book your tickets in advance and save up to 30% even at weekends and in holidays!
Book more than 14 days in advance of your visit date and we guarantee that thedungeons.com will have the lowest priced entrance tickets available online. If you find a cheaper price online, within 7 days of booking, we will match it and refund the difference! Subject to availability and times of day.
The ticket must be the same in all respects including date, time of entry and admission priority. Excludes offers conditional on buying other products, group bookings or discounted membership schemes. Due to currency variations we cannot consider price comparisons between products purchased in different currencies. This excludes the week of Halloween (Saturday 26th October to Saturday 2nd November 2015).
“Drop dead gorgeous”Time Out
“right balance of fright and fun”The Sun
“The London Dungeon was scary but very funny!
The best part is the Judge!
We went to the Dungeon on a schooltrip! :)”indrah See more reviews...