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Halloween at The London Dungeon

Halloween is our favourite time of the year. Costumes, make-up, tricks, treats, mischief, fun and lots of pumpkins – what more could one wish for?

So if…

  • a huge NEW Dungeon,
  • 18 all NEW shows, 20 live actors,
  • state of the art theming and special effects,
  • two awesome underground rides,
  • laughs, screams and cutting edge storytelling

…is not enough of a treat, this Halloween Mrs Lovett, Jack the Ripper and the entire cast will be celebrating in lavish style. The Dungeon will be decked out in a blaze of orange - you can never have enough pumpkins right? We will be adding some extra surprises to keep you on a knife edge and make you squeal with laughter as only we know how to as The Home of Halloween.

What's on

  • Meet our resident Pumpkineer (Pumpkin Farmer) - a NEW special character for the Halloween season.
  • 1000s of pumpkins and Halloween decoration throughout the Dungeon.
  • ‘London's only 'Grave Yard' themed shop for lots of gifts and goodies to create your own Halloween fun and mischief. The shop is open to everyone, not just our visitors.
  • The usual cast of Dungeon characters and stunning special effects 2 thrilling rides.
  • We have created some special surprises just for our Halloween season.
  • Free Halloween treat for every guest - with thanks to Chupa Chups.

Top Tip!

We are really popular during our Halloween season. You really do need to book in advance. We mean WAY in advance as tickets WILL SELL OUT. To guarantee entry start booking now! 

... and if you want to come in fancy dress, please do.

Book your Halloween tickets now

A bit of Halloween history

The roots of Halloween lie buried deep in the darkest past, when ancient Celts celebrated Samhain, lighting bonfires and wearing costumes to frighten away evil spirits. In the eighth century, Pope Gregory III declared November 1st 'All Saints Day', honouring Saints of times past. The night before All Saints Day became known as 'All Hallows Eve', and later, 'Halloween'. Halloween has long been considered a twilight doorway; the one night of the year when the dead may roam the earth and make contact with the living. To this day, on Halloween night, communities still dress up, carve pumpkins, hold parties, and go 'trick or treating'.

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“Can't Waite to see new dungeon if its as brilliant as tooley street then it's gonna be fantastic. Good luck to all the staff.

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