Although open all year round, if you’re a real fan of horror the only true time to visit the London Dungeons is at Halloween. Along with all the usual haunts and gruesome sights, sounds and smells that the dungeon offers there are also a whole host of new grizzly guests and murderous mystery men who can be seen lurking in the shadows, ready to scare you into next Christmas!
The journey through the dungeons is full of twists and turns this year as you are dealt trick or treat cards that determine your fate as you travel through the dark past of the last millennia. The London Dungeons also have a new character unveiled this Halloween known as The Master of Tricks.
The Master of Tricks promises a Wheel of Misfortune along with a whole host of forfeits, dares and surprises that will be even bigger than their predecessors.
As you travel through the dungeon’s you’ll come face to face with some of London’s more twisted characters such as Jack the Ripper, Guy Fawkes and even the demon barber of Fleet Street, Sweeney Todd himself.
The line to enter the Dungeons is often a long one, so make sure to book your tickets in advance and with a number of great deals on offer, we can provide expert assistance should you need to book a coach.