The Immersive Experience Tickets

About The Immersive Experience

Experience a virtual retelling of Jeff Wayne’s The War Of The World’s production, featuring interactive Victorian set design, augmented reality and multi-sensory surprises over a 90 minute immersive adventure.

Jeff Wayne’s War Of The World’s: The Immersive Experience combines Jeff’s Musical Version, immersive theatre, virtual reality, augmented reality, holograms and other cutting-edge technology; giving audiences the chance to live through the Martian Invasion of 1898.

Visitors will be thrust into the heart of the story from the moment they step inside the vast 22,000 square foot multi-level site in Central London, which is being transformed for this unique Martian Adventure.

Important Information

Please note that this is an open ticket for the date booked and not a selected performance time, once you have checked in you will be allocated into the next available timeslot. You are invited to wait for the next available timeslot in the end bar.

Unfortunately, latecomers will not be admitted. 

The experience is suitable for anyone aged 12 and over.  It is not suitable for sufferers of motion sickness, dizziness, psychological or neurological disorders. Please see our full terms of entry for more information.

For your own safety, the experience may not suitable for:

• Persons who suffer from high blood pressure, heart conditions, asthma, back or neck conditions, epilepsy, or any type of medical condition affecting the senses of smell, vision, or hearing

Persons who are of a nervous disposition.

The elderly

Persons with disabilities

Persons who are blind or visually impaired

Persons with sensitivities to scent, loud noises, or flashing lights

Pregnant women

Persons suffering from breathing or respiratory problems, such as allergies or scent sensitivities

Persons prone to motion sickness


This immersive experience includes multiple effects which may include total darkness, uneven surfaces, air blasts, strobe lighting, latex, narrow tunnels, sudden loud noises, live actors, fog, scent, a slide and tight spaces which require you to bend down while walking or crawling.

When combined these effects immerse guests in the experience which is intended to be impactful. Some participants may suffer from a loss of balance, headaches, locomotor system pain, dizziness, problems caused by jets of air, fog effects or scents, and in some cases, epilepsy-like symptoms, during or after the experience.

A guest with a disability is entitled to a single free carer ticket. To qualify for this free carer ticket you must apply by contacting and provide one of the following forms of documentation both in advance and when you arrive for your immersive experience:

A certified NHS Letter from your doctor or consultant clearly stating why you are eligible for this policy (Dated within the last 12 months).

A letter from a professional body (e.g. Nurse, Bupa Healthcare Advisor) clearly stating why you are eligible for this policy (Dated within the last 12 months).

A DLA, DWP or PIP letter stating you are entitled to lower or higher rate mobility allowance – no other letters will be accepted (Dated within the last 12 months).

Please note Blue Badges will NOT be accepted for a carer wristband.

The experience is not fully wheelchair accessible but we will be arranging regular wheelchair accessible events. Please email to register your interest for one of these accessible events.

Voucher Exchange Information

Show your voucher on arrival and the front desk will issue tickets for the next available slot, within your allocated hour booked. 

The experience includes 2 bars and a restaurant, you are invited to wait the next available slot at the end bar.

You will be in a group with up to 12 people. Each group has a dedicated time slot and you must arrive 15 minutes before your start time. Unfortunately, latecomers will not be admitted. 

Child Policy

Children are aged 12-15. No children under 12 are allowed entry.

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How do I get there?

56 Leadenhall Street London EC3A 2BJ
  • Nearest Bus stop: 43, 153, 214
  • Parking: Earl Street Car Park
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  • Nearest Tube: Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern Line
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  • Nearest Station: Moorgate


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