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How long do you need at the London Dungeons?
We recommend allowing 60-75 minutes for your experience. Save up to 30% when you book online with our Online Saver ticket!
Is London Dungeons open coronavirus?
Covid-19 FAQs. We are open and operating safely in line with the latest government guidance. You can pre-book tickets now and your tickets are covered by our booking guarantee. The health and safety of our guests and team is always our number one priority and our attraction is COVID-secure.
Do you need to book a time slot for the London Eye?
Anyone wishing to visit will need to pre-book a ticket in advance. Pre-book your time slot using the link below on your chosen visit date. Once you have reserved please be sure to bring your original ticket with you to gain entry.
Is London Dungeon included in London Pass?
Most, but not all of London’s most popular paid for visitor attractions are all free with the London Explorer Pass – the Lastminute.com London Eye, Madame Tussauds, St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and London Dungeon. Perhaps notable by its absence is the Tower of London (available on the London Pass).
What rides are in the London Dungeons?
smell the chillingly amusing characters of the ‘bad old days’ as they come to life before you.
- 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.
What can I expect at the London Dungeons?
The London Dungeon experience is an approximately 90-minute walk through the various attractions. You’ll see dungeons, experience highlights (or lowlights) of London’s history through exceptional stages and special effects experiences. You will be part of a group moving from show to show, guided by professional actors.
Is London Dungeon scary?
It’s very entertaining but scary. I was braver after the boat ride. Much more scary than The Edinburgh Dungeon. So, not wishing to start a war between the different Dungeon experiences around the UK, but my 10 year old says The London Dungeon is the most scary.
How long does the London Eye take?
How long does it take to go round the London Eye? The gradual rotation in one of the 32 high-tech glass capsules takes approximately 30 minutes and gives you an ever-changing perspective of London. You can skip most of the queues with a fast-track entry ticket.
Is London open to tourists?
London is currently subject to national coronavirus restrictions. If you’re travelling, plan ahead and avoid busy times on public transport – walk or cycle where possible. You can meet outdoors in a group of up to 30 people, and indoors in a group of up to six people or two households.
Is the London Eye worth it?
Is the London Eye worth the views? The simple answer is yes. This is London’s equivalent to the Eiffel Tower and there’s no denying that London has one of the most impressive skylines in the world. On a clear day you can see as far as Windsor Castle, over 20 miles away!
Can you go on the London Eye at night?
We tried to board the London Eye twice during our trip but the queues were too long. So we watched street entertainment instead and went back for the last ride of the night 9pm. London is beautiful at sunset and there are no queues – much better idea!
Can you book London Eye on the day?
You can book your tickets online via the London Eye website. … Please note, that our online discount is only applied to tickets purchased 24 hours or more in advance. Bookings for the same day, will receive the on the day price.
Is Shrek at the London Dungeon?
Shrek’s Adventure London is open 7 days. … See more and save more by combining your London Dungeon visit with Shrek’s Adventure! London. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.
Where are the real London Dungeons?
Has the London Dungeon moved? The London Dungeon was founded in 1976 by Annabel Geddes. In 2013, the London Dungeon moved from its premises of 39 years in Tooley Street, to County Hall, South Bank, to be grouped with other Merlin-owned attractions such as the London Eye.