Why should I visit the London Dungeon?

Is the London Dungeon worth visiting?

Re: Is the London Dungeon worth it? In a word: no. There are many, many more places in London that fit the bill for “entertaining and educational” – three days isn’t very long in a city like London and the dungeon would almost certainly not be a good way to spend some of that time.

Is the London Dungeon really scary?

Most visitors find the attraction scary, but also find there are some funnier, light-hearted moments throughout the tour. The Drop Dead Drop Ride is usually a huge hit and a big surprise, as is the beginning of the tour with the Descent. The Jack The Ripper show is well done, and quite scary!

Are there real rats in The London Dungeon?

We do have real rats at The London Dungeon, however they live in their very own customised rat house, so you can look at them without having to come into contact with them.

Is London Dungeon suitable for a 5 year old?

The recommended age for The London Dungeon is 12 years and above, however it is up to the discretion of the accompanying adult. … No child or children under the age of 16 will be admitted to The London Dungeon unless accompanied and supervised by an adult aged 18 years or over.

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Is the London Dungeon suitable for a 10 year old?

The recommended minimum age to visit The London Dungeon is 12 years old. However children younger than this are welcome into the attraction, it is up to the discretion of the accompanying adult. Please note that the experience is in a dark environment with loud noises which some children may not enjoy.