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Bad eggs...
meet the Eggcecutioner!

Bad eggs – meet the Eggcecutioner!

Saturday 5th April to Sunday 27th April

This Easter, come to the London Dungeon for our "Bad Eggs" trail, the alternative Easter Egg hunt! Join the hunt for your chance to win a Merlin Annual Pass (and to get your sweet treat of course, it’s Easter after all!)

To welcome you on the trail we’ve called on our all new cast member, the fearsome Eggcecutioner.

He is mean and merciless in his quest to decapitate eggs. Taking a break from his regular job beheading ‘bad egg’ traitors and lowlifes, the egg decapitator extraordinaire will be meeting and greeting visitors and demonstrating his highly tuned skills on thousands of eggs, using a variety of tools – axes, swords and whatever else comes to hand!

The Easter fun will continue throughout the attraction with a trail of themed 'bad eggs' that will be scattered across the many chambers of The Dungeon. See if you can find them all and mark them on your Bad Eggs card!

All successful Egg Hunters will get a sweet treat at our shop, and will be entered into a prize draw for a chance to win a Merlin Annual Pass worth £159!

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“Well after 2 1/2 hours of queuing didn't feel up to the attraction in the end but how I was wrong. We hold standard annual passes and had one pre booked ticket for my daughters friend so had to que in the general que not the priority que they should get rid of priority queuing and just have all admissions the same as the rate of priority to general admissions was 3 to 1 that's why it took sooooooooo loooooonnnng . Once inside the attraction was great all the actors were very professional and the scripts were great and the group we were in and the people they chose to take part threw a few curve balls at them so they had to adlibe and coped very well was funny too. The scare element was just about right even for the younger folk in all an enjoyable experience but all queuing should be general admission s and no fast track every was moaning xxg”

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