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2 Adult Tickets for £40 plus Free Guidebook at The Dungeons
Save 40% on Sunday Tickets at London Dungeon at The Dungeons
Adult Tickets with up to £10 Discount, Book for £25pp at The Dungeons
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FREE Adult Ticket to the Dungeons with Kellogg's Cereal
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|Tickets for £15
|2 Adult Tickets for £40 plus Free Guidebook
|Save 40% on Sunday Tickets at London Dungeon
|Adult Tickets with up to £10 Discount, Book for £25pp
|Get an Extra £12 off Shrek's Adventure on Selected Dates for the Rest of 2023!
|Adult Tickets up to £10 Off, Book for £25pp
The Dungeons Key Locations
The Dungeons are a chain of attractions where you can scream and laugh your way through an immersive journey through a city’s darkest past. They have live actor-led shows, exciting rides and hysterically horrible history.
Some of the locations include:
- Alton Towers
- Warwick Castle
Top 4 Tips to Enjoy Your Visit to The Dungeons
Here are some top tips to enjoy your visit to The Dungeons, such as The London Dungeon:
- Check out their website for directions and parking information.
- Make sure to read the latest information ahead of your visit.
- You can reschedule your tickets if your plans change.
- Don’t forget to check out the souvenir photos to make those hysterically horrible moments last forever.
How to Save Money at The Dungeons
- Book online in advance to guarantee the best price for your ticket and save time and money by booking your attraction tickets in advance.
- Reschedule for free up to 24 hours prior to arrival if your plans change.
- Take advantage of package deals by booking The Dungeons with other attractions such as the London Eye or Madame Tussauds London to save up to £37 when booked together.
- Use a National Rail 2for1 offer if you have a train ticket to London with its logo on, you can get 2for1 adult entry to many of the capital’s top attractions including The Dungeons.
- Kellogg’s promotional packs offer a free adult ticket voucher that can be used at over 40 attractions across the UK and Republic of Ireland, including The Dungeons. To redeem, find the unique 10 digit code printed inside the pack and go to www.merlinfun.com to select the attraction and secure the date you want to visit.
- Cadbury’s promotional packs offer a 2 for 1 voucher on selected cereal and snack packs for entry to many Merlin attractions including The Dungeons. To redeem, cut out and retain the ticket voucher on your promotional pack(s) and follow the steps on the Merlin partner website to select the attraction you wish to visit and complete your booking.
- Look for a discount code online to save money at The Dungeons.
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What's the Story Behind The Dungeons?
The London Dungeon is a tourist attraction along London’s South Bank, England, which recreates various gory and macabre historical events in a gallows humour style. It was opened in 1974 by Annabel Geddes. The attraction was originally a wax exhibition of the horrifying history, comprising themed tableaux under the Tooley Street arches. Early characters included Boudica, Mary Tudor and Thomas Becket and had scenes from the Norman Conquest.
From the late 1980s to mid 90s, it evolved to feature walkthrough theatrical shows, such as the Great Fire of London and Jack the Ripper. It was acquired by Vardon Attractions in 1992, which later became Merlin Entertainments through a management buy out, led by Nick Varney. Merlin rebranded the Dungeon more as an interactive horror attraction, less historically-accurate and based around bad taste humour.
What are the accessibility options at The Dungeons?
The Dungeons have several accessibility options for guests with disabilities. Here are some of the options available:
- For wheelchair users, The Dungeons admit 1 wheelchair user per hour, at each quarter past the hour. Wheelchairs must be less than 300kg with both user and wheelchair weight included and must not be over the width of 27 inches wide. They must also be able to navigate tight angles and uneven flooring. Unfortunately, mobility scooters are not admitted.
- For those with other mobility impairments, The Dungeons is a 90-110 minute walking experience and guests are required to stand for a majority of it. Seating is available in some shows, but due to the nature of the attraction and the demographic of groups, priority seating cannot be guaranteed.
- For guests with hidden disabilities, The Dungeons are trained to recognize the Hidden Disabilities sunflower lanyard and have ear defenders available for guests who need them. Guests can talk to a member of staff at any point during the tour if they require assistance.