“The London Bridge Experience and Tombs – Voted the UK Scariest Year Round Scare Attraction for the last five years – is a 2 part attraction combining interactive character led fun with a trip through 2000 years history of London Bridge and the surrounding area.
Intended as a tongue in cheek yet interesting day out for groups and individuals alike the experience takes guests through the story of the very first bridge inception, a thrilling insight into Boudicca battle with the Romans, and the gruesome story of the fate that became those who would betray the Monarch by the ultimate sin – treason - hung drawn and quartered and with their head tarred and spiked on a stick guests will leave knowing that they definitely don’t want that fate to befall them.
The bridge burned and fell many times, experience the horror of being trapped on the bridge before escaping into The Star Inn – it’s a rip roaring time in this pub, even more so when that old rogue Jack the Ripper makes an entrance. To ensure that your insides don’t end up on your outside take a trip through the time tunnel but beware what awaits at the other end…
For those who dare, enter the London Tombs, designed to scare, horrify and worry even the hardest of men.
The London Tombs – a genuine former plague pit – is terrorised by the ones that shouldn’t be spoken about, with their masks and depraved minds it is unsure if the real is real at all and the impossible is true indeed! Take flight with friends and don’t let go as the clowns who smile attempt to kill and the chainsaw maniac attempts to keep you in his lair!
Although not for the faint hearted, this is an attraction that ticks all the boxes. Funny, historical, creepy but overall horrifyingly educational fun.
No photography and recording of any kind is permitted inside any part of either The London Bridge Experience or The London Tombs.
Whilst a disabled customer is required to pay for a full price ticket, their carer will be offered free entry to the London Bridge Experience and The London Tombs. All you need to do to receive free entry for your carer is to show your disability badge on arrival and then identify your carer. Valid on full price tickets only.
Please exchange your vouchers at the ticket office on arrival.
Child ages 5-15 years. All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. An adult means a person that is at least 16 years old.
Not recommended for children under the age of 4 years old.
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