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The London Dungeon

Experience unique, intense and gripping story-telling and unbelievable 360° sets.

Welcome to The London Dungeon. Experience over 1,000 years worth of history through 19 interactive shows, special effects and theatrical actors as well as 2 underground rides that are sure to thrill you.

With our fantastic offers as well as London Dungeon tickets you'll enjoy an overnight stay (we promise it's not in the dungeon) and a delicious breakfast in the morning. A range of great London hotels close to a variety of attractions will make your London short break the perfect mini getaway.

Here's what you'll enjoy with your London Dungeon tickets package:

  • Tickets to the London Dungeon featuring:
    • Full 360° sets
    • 19 interactive shows
    • 20 live actors
    • 2 underground rides
    • Special effects
  • An overnight stay at a London hotel
  • Breakfast at the hotel

Useful info

Your e-tickets will be emailed to you within 7 days of your stay. You'll need to take these to the attraction with you.

The London Dungeon opening times

Morning slots from 11:30

Afternoon slots from 14:30

Featured London Dungeon Hotels

We have a range of amazing London hotels for you to pair with your trip to The London Dungeon for a truly awesome short break experience. Here are three of our favourites:

Holiday Inn Regents Park

Holiday Inn Regent's Park

As you'd expect from a Holiday Inn, this 4-star hotel is a modern and comfortable place for solo travellers, couples and families alike to stay. Enjoy free Wifi and on-site dining without breaking the bank.

Hilton Kensington

Hilton Kensington

This modern luxury 4-star hotel has a gym and sauna if a post-dungeon workout is more your style. Then top off your day with a tipple in the hotel bar. The Hilton Kensington is around 30-40 minutes from The London Dungeons.

Leonardo Royal St Pauls

Leonardo Royal St Pauls

A 20-minute bus ride from The London Dungeon, the Leonardo Royal St Pauls is a modern hotel with spacious and comfy rooms perfect for your London short break. Relax in the rooftop bar for views of the Captial.

Full list of The London Dungeon hotels:

  • Leonardo Royal Tower Bridge
  • Crowne Plaza Albert Embankment
  • Holiday Inn Bloomsbury
  • Strand Palace
  • Hilton Kensington
  • Thistle City Barbican
  • Thistle Bloomsbury Park
  • Clermont Charing Cross
  • The Rembrandt Hotel
  • Holiday Inn Brentford Lock
  • Lancaster Gate
  • Tower Hotel
  • Doubletree by Hilton West End
  • Grange Buckingham
  • Grange Beauchamp
  • Euston Square Hotel
  • Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington
  • Find more information on our full range of London Dungeon hotels when you search. Enter your dates, hit 'search' and we'll show you all our available London Dungeon and hotel packages with up-to-date prices and availability.


    Frequently Asked Questions about The London Dungeon

    How long do the tours last?


    The London Dungeon tours normally last around 50 minutes.


    When should I arrive at The London Dungeon?


    Don't arrive any earlier than 15 minutes before your booking.


    What rides are at The London Dungeon?


    • The Descent
    • The Tyrant Boat Ride
    • Tower Warden
    • Conspirators Walk
    • Guy Fawkes' Gunpowder Plot
    • The Torture Chamber
    • The Plague Doctor
    • Escape The Great Fire Of London
    • Mrs Lovett's Pie Shop
    • Sweeney Todd
    • Mitre Square
    • Whitechapel Labyrinth
    • Jack The Ripper
    • The Courtroom
    • Escape From Newgate Prison
    • Drop Dead: Drop Ride

    Is there an age limit for the London Dungeon?


    There isn't a specific age limit, but the minimum recommended age is 12 and anyone under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.


    Where is The London Dungeon?


    The Queen's Walk, London, SE1 7PB


    Holiday Extras A-Z

    Holiday Extras

    "On that trip I learnt something very important. Escape through travel works. Almost from the moment I boarded my flight, life in England became meaningless. Seat-belt signs lit up, problems switched off. Broken armrests took precedence over broken hearts. By the time the plane was airborne I’d forgotten England even existed."

    Alex Garland, The Beach