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I saw this tour on The Ghost Adventures TV show and I knew I wanted to go see it for myself. We did this on our first afternoon in London. It was exciting and very informative. I love history and the stories they told gave you a look into the past and historical events. The Drop Dead ride at the end is a blast. I would recommend this tour and ride to anyone thinking about going.
This is a bit of fun, the actors and rooms were very good, and educational at the same time. Might be a little scary for some young kids, in saying that we saw lots of young ones there. And worth getting the skip the line ticket, as we saw people waiting over an hour just to buy their tickets (you then have to wait again to go onto the tour).
Would recommend using viator for all overseas attractions and the dungeons was excellent for all the family. Also you get to learn a little history at the same time .
Everything was perfect! No queues at all. The whole visit became very easy and comfortable. Thank you very much, Viator! I'll definitely do it again.
Great visit. Definitely worth paying to skip the queues as it was extremely busy over half-term. Good value for money and fun.
All good. the fastpass got us entry nice and quick which was great as there was a big queue. Dungeons experience really good. My neice and nephews really enjoyed it and we all had a great time.
Outstanding!.. Funny!.. Scary!.. But it is no where near the Tower of London.. I thought it was a tour of the London Bridge Dungeons..
Had my doubts about this, but was pleasently surprised! Great for all ages and very informative!
Fast track was 45mins wait !!!! Other than that myself and Grandson enjoyed ourselves . Grandsons rating.
We were a family of 3 that really enjoyed this. There was quite a line once we entered to get to where we exchanged our voucher for the tickets so in our case the "skip the line" really didn't speed anything up. But I like to plan ahead and this was a fun adventure, so all is good. Both my daughter (17) and my husband got picked for interactive roles. It was a little scary at some points adding to the adventure.
This was really a lot of fun! There was not much of a line the morning we went but by the time we came out around noon there were long lines waiting, so get there early and you should walk right in. It was not very scary, we had a 10 yr old and 13 yr old, neither were scared through the whole thing. We loved the way they brought history to life and the actors were gifted and funny, there was a lot of interaction with the 'audience' and all was in good fun and they did a great job. If you've been to Disney World you'll be disappointed in the 'rides' if you expect them to be of that quality, they are not, and you will get mildly wet on the first one but not soaking. I had a windbreaker I put over my head and didn't get very wet at all. Be aware that this attraction has moved recently, we took 2 taxis from our hotel and the first taxi took us directly to the new location by the London Eye, the 2nd taxi took them to the old location and we ended up waiting about 30 min for them to get another taxi (and fare) to bring them to the new location. You can look up their website to get exact details thedungeons.com. There is one part with the judge that has R rated jokes, so you might want to put your hands over your kid's ears during this part , it was quite embarrassing for me! Other than that we all loved The Dungeon!!
GREAT to do with kids. Very fun and interesting but "skip the line" is a misnomer. We still waited over an hour to get in.
It's a lot of fun and being indoors, it doesn't matter what the weather is like. Just make sure that you go to the new location (near the Millennium Eye) and not the original site. Best described as a fun way to see the macabre history of London.