The London Dungeon in South Bank

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The London Dungeon is one of the top of attractions in city, but is commonly underrated. The exhibition takes guests through a 90-minute journey across a millennium, getting them close and personal with characters such as Jack the ripper, and the infamous barber of fleet street, Sweeney Todd. With 360 degree sets, and incredible storytelling, this is the kind of experience that stays with you long after.

London Dungeon
The London Dungeons bring together an exceptional cast, special effects, incredible stages, and an exciting, visceral walkthrough experience. In moments, it can be devilishly cheeky, and at other times it can be just down-right hilarious. With 18 interactive shows, 20 live actors, and a thousand years of history to play with – and two underground rides- there are few comparable experiences in the city.

History and excitement intertwined is a hard combination to execute, but the London Dungeon manages to do it with an incredible amount of rapidity. The attraction is fervently busy through the holiday periods, so you’ll be wise to book in advance. In fact, by booking online, you can guarantee your entry and save up to 20% of the official ticket counter price.

But if you’ve already purchased a London pass – your ticket to London’s best attractions – your entry to the London Dungeon attraction will be included in for free. Ticket prices are £25.95 (individual price on the day) for adults or £20.50 online, and £20.95 (individual price on the day) or £16.50 online. Through the London dungeon experience, visitors will be presented with the gruesome history of the capital through bloody tales.

Death statue outside the London Dungeon
Guests who choose to stay at the Montcalm hotel brewery London city (the accommodation near Brewery road)nearby will be welcomed by hospitable staff, and exceptional facilities. Some of them include the wellness centres; comprised of a sauna, steam room, and state of the art gym centre. All of that, along with a classic British restaurant and bar can be found inside the venue – making it easy for guests to feel at home during their time away.

The London Dungeon attractions can be reached in less than 25 minutes with the Underground services. Guests can walk to Moorgate station (5 minutes away from the Montcalm at the Brewery before taking the northern line train to London Bridge, before switching for the Jubilee line and getting off at London bridge station. The London Dungeon experience is then just a 6 minute walk away.

In conclusion, if you’re staying near South bank, we highly recommend experiencing the London Dungeon exhibition – even if you’re not travelling to the city with family. It’s one of those rare experiences that entertains and educates at every step of the way.