Death walks the streets this Half-term; An outbreak of plague his hit the London Dungeons!15th – 23rd February Meet the chilling new character ‘The Plague Doctor’ and his assistant this half term. On entry, the mysterious man of medicine will issue you with a scratch card that will determine if you are ‘infected’ or if you will escape the Dungeon with a clean bill of health. Then you will embark on a journey through 1,000 years of London’s murky history, passing through plague-ravaged houses, the Whitechapel Labyrinth and the infamous Ten Bells Pub. Along your journey you will get up close and personal with some of London’s legends including Guy Fawkes, Jack The Ripper and Sweeney Todd. All the while be sure to check yourself for symptoms of the plague: rotten flesh; bad odour and boils of buboes! With 2 thrilling rides, gripping theatrical storytelling and plenty of comedy scares and surprises along the way, it’s a no brainer for a day of family fun! BOOK TICKETS NOW!
Get your London Dungeons 2016 Tickets NOWLooking for cheap London Dungeon tickets to use in 2016? We've gathered all the best London Dungeon ticket deals and discounts in one place, so you can scare the whole family silly for less! Do you dare enter the dungeon? Make your way through plague pits, take a barge through Traitor's Gate and face Henry VIII's wrath at the Tower of London, see Guy Fawkes' torture chamber, walk the streets of Jack the Ripper and more! You'll hop on hi-tech boat and underground rides, learn some horrible history, and meet some memorable monsters from London's past in some gruesomely good stage shows. You'll hop on hi-tech boat and underground rides, learn some horrible history, and meet some memorable monsters from London's past in some gruesomely good stage shows. It's a day out that will please kids and adrenaline junkies alike - and you can experience it all for less with these cheap London Dungeon tickets!
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- London Dungeon + London Eye + Madame Tussauds + Sea Life Tickets
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- Cheap hotels near the London Dungeon
- How to get to London Dungeon
Cheap London Dungeon tickets – online discounts
SAVE UP TO 34% OFF London Dungeon tickets when you buy onlineExclusive online offer - £18.95 per Adult ticket and £17.50 per Child ticket These are currently the cheapest London Dungeon tickets (unless you buy a London Dungeons combo ticket - see below for details). This is MUCH cheaper than buying London Dungeon tickets on the gate, where you'll pay £25.95 for an adult and £20.95 per child. (Plus, if you buy on-line you'll spend far less time queuing, as you get Priority Entry). Top Tip: If you book your tickets in advance, you're guaranteed to get a big London Dungeon discount whenever you go - but for the absolute cheapest London Dungeon deals, book your tickets for a Wednesday, Tuesday or Thursday. GET DEAL
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Cheap London Dungeon tickets for groups of 10 or moreIf you are getting a group of 10 or more people together to visit the Dungeons, there are more savings to be had on-line: GET DEAL
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Save 40% on FOUR amazing attractions! (BIGGEST DISCOUNT)If you want the ultimate London sightseeing trip (and the biggest discounts) then the best value combo ticket is the Big London Ticket - which will get you 40% OFF entry to the London Dungeon. But that's just the beginning - it gives you massive discounts to FOUR of the most popular attractions in London:
- 40% OFF the London Dungeon - online offer: London's horrors await you underground...
- 40% OFF the London Aquarium - online offer: Come face to face with sharks, crocodiles, penguins, turtles and more!
- 40% OFF the London Eye - online offer: See the city from above in one of the London Eye's breathtaking capsules, taking in Big Ben, Tower Bridge, St Paul's and more (also includes a 4D cinema show)
- 40% OFF Madame Tussuads - online offer: From super heroes to sporting legends, actors to artists, Royalty to Robbie Williams - meet incredibly lifelike waxworks of the great and the good.
- SAVE over £133 with 1 Family Big London Ticket* (2 adults and 2 children)
- SAVE over £37 with 1 Adult Big London Ticket*
- SAVE over £28 with 1 Child Big London Ticket* (ages 4-15)
- This includes an additional online discount of up to 25% compared to buying your Big London Ticket at the gate!
Save 30% on THREE amazing attractions!If you're planning to stay in London for a weekend of sightseeing and looking for cheap London Dungeon tickets, this combo ticket will get you 30% OFF entry to the London Dungeon. In fact this on-line offer gives you big discounts to THREE of the best attractions in London:
- 30% OFF the London Dungeon - on-line offer: London's horrors await you underground...
- 30% OFF the London Aquarium - on-line offer: Come face to face with sharks, crocodiles, penguins, turtles and more!
- 30% OFF the London Eye - on-line offer: See the city from above in one of the London Eye's breathtaking capsules, taking in Big Ben, Tower Bridge, St Paul's and more (also includes a 4D cinema show)
Things you'll discover at the London DungeonOnce you've bagged your cheap London Dungeon tickets, you'll want to know what horrors lie in wait for you... The London Dungeons covers over 1,000 years of horrible history. You'll pass through incredibly detailed streets and sets filled with gruesome detail. As part of your journey you'll experience 18 different shows brought to life by 20 actors that are filled with shocks, surprises and state of the art special effects (plus some cutting edge thrill rides thrown in for good measure). During your trip, you'll discover:
- How many Londoners died of plague, how it spread, and some of the crazy cures people tried (the plague doctor will see you now...)
- What it was like to live in a plague house (watch out for the rats)
- The (very long) list of crimes that have carried the punishment of death throughout history
- Just how bad surgery used to be (beware the body snatchers)
- What happened to Guy Fawkes during his 10 days of torture (impressively, he never revealed the names of his fellow conspirators)
- The fearsome implements favoured by medieval torturers. From tongue tearers to thumb screws, red hot pokers to the rack... how long would you have lasted?
- How Jack the Ripper's gruesome reign held London rapt with terror, and who the suspects were (everyone from Royalty to author Lewis Carroll)
- Anne Boleyn's last words before she died
- What exactly is in Sweeney Todd and Mrs Lovett's pies...
NEW attraction - Henry VIII's Terrifying Tyrant Boat Ride!Experience the terrifying wrath of Henry VIII (played by Brian Blessed!) as you head out onto the water with London Dungeon's all new Tyrant Boat Ride. Join Anne Boleyn on her final journey along the Thames to the Tower of London. You'll board your doomed boat before it makes its way through thick fog and choppy waters towards Traitor's Gate, where you'll hear the dreaded drumbeats of the executioner as you enter... Just try and keep calm once inside - and don't lose your head! How to get to the London Dungeon London Dungeon is located right near Waterloo station, which is a major rail hub for London. You can also easily get to Waterloo station on the Tube via the Bakerloo, Northern, Jubilee and Waterloo & City lines. If you’re walking from home or your nearby hotel, head along the river at South Bank using the London Eye as your guide. London Dungeon is in the building right next door, between the London Eye and Westminster Bridge. If you've got a smartphone, you can enter the London Dungeon's postcode - SE1 7PB - onto Google maps. But just head towards the London Eye - you can't miss it! (As mentioned, the London Dungeons is right by the London Eye and the Sea Life Aquarium - while Madame Tussauds is only minutes away on the Jubilee underground line).
Hotels near London Dungeon from £35If you're looking for cheap hotels near the London Dungeons, you're in luck. Premier Inn have lots of hotels within 2 miles of the London Dungeons - with rooms from £35 if you book early enough. They're a great choice because:
- They're all in fantastic locations - perfect for making the most of central London
- Large family rooms for no extra charge
- Free WiFi
- Under 16's stay FREE
- London County Hall (0.1 miles)
- London Waterloo/Westminster Bridge (0.3 miles)
- London Southwark, near Tate Modern (1.3 miles)
- London Leicester Square (1.5 miles)
- London Victoria (1.9 miles)
London Dungeon opening times 2016The London Dungeon is open from 10am - 5pm every day, except on Thursdays.
Normal London Dungeon opening times
- On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday the Dungeons are open 10am - 5pm (last entry is at 5pm)
- On Thursday the Dungeons are open 11am - 5pm (last entry is at 5pm)
- On Saturday and Sunday the Dungeons are open from 10am - 6pm (last entry is at 6pm)
Holiday opening timesDuring half-term and holidays, the London Dungeon is open later:
- On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday the Dungeons are open 10am - 7pm (last entry is 7pm)
- On Thursday the Dungeons are open 11am - 7pm (last entry is 7pm)
- On Saturday and Sunday the Dungeons are open from 10am - 7pm (last entry is 7pm)
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