The London Dungeon is The HOME of Halloween!
That's right, Halloween is our FAVOURITE holiday. This year an ALL NEW character, The Master of Tricks will take up residence in the Dungeon to ensure the BIGGEST and boldest HALLOWEEN full of scary fun, mischief tricks and treats, gripping storytelling, jump through the roof surprises and pumpkins aplenty.
We WILL sell out, so make sure you book your tickets far in ADVANCE to avoid horrible disappointment!
Armed with his giant ‘The Wheel of Misfortune’ and an array of sensory boxes, The Master of Tricks will bamboozle guest with his wit and games of deception. Expect forfeits galore, dastardly dares and sense-ational surprises.
And the trickery doesn't end there. Once inside the depths of the Dungeon you may be dealt trick or treat cards to determine your fate as you journey through 1000 years of London's dark past. Will you get to ride the front of The Tyrant or will you find yourself in the Torturer’s chair? The cards will decide…..
And because it's Halloween expect darker, scarier and altogether more twisted behaviour from a cast of history's most notorious characters. Along your way you’ll meet the fiendish Sweeney Todd, with his evil ‘pumpkin pie making’ Mrs Lovett. Get up close and personal with Jack the Ripper, Guy Fawkes, Henry VIII and a whole host of historical villains and rogues along with some special HALLOWEEN tricks and treats including 2 thrilling rides!
Remember as we are The HOME of Halloween this is our MOST popular season.
After for a Halloween look this year? Watch our Halloween makeover with MAC and perfect your ‘extreme wench’ look.
|Day||Opening Time||Last Entry|
|Saturday 25th October||10:00am||7:00pm|
|Sunday 26th October||10:00am||7:00pm|
|Monday 27th October||10:00am||7:00pm|
|Tuesday 28th October||9:30am||8:00pm|
|Wednesday 29th October||9:30am||8:00pm|
|Thursday 30th October||11:00am||8:00pm|
|Friday 31st October||9:30am||10:00pm|
|Saturday 1st November||9:30am||8:00pm|
|Sunday 2nd November||10:00am||7:00pm|
“I am 9 years old and I was probably youngest in my group, but the actors were great. It was funny when Mrs.Lovett scared my brother with her screech of a voice when he was last in. Jack the Ripper was very scary. A lady was sneaking up on us and one of them was JACK THE RIPPER!!! One of the funny and scary bits was a man pretending to be a dummy holding a candle stick he revealed he wasnt as fake as he looked... as I walked down past him HE SHOVED HIS FAKE CANDLE IN MY FACE so watch out when your turning corners... my mom got scared by a hunch back guy...”macy See more reviews...