The London Bridge Experience and London Tombs
Tickets offer access to the London Bridge Experience and London Tombs, although visiting the tombs is optional. Both operate as guided tours, taking around an hour in total to walk the interactive exhibitions designed to bring the sights, smells, and sounds of London's gruesome history to life. The eerie tombs take it up a notch with evil clowns, spiders, a crazed butcher, and more in a spooky maze. Entrance is included in the London Pass.
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Things to Know Before You Go
Purchase your tickets in advance to benefit from priority entrance.
The London Bridge Experience is recommended for children from age 5, with reduced fees for children 15 and under. The London Tombs is not recommended for children under 11.
The London Tombs include strobe lighting, dark passageways, and tight spaces.
Audio wands are available in multiple languages.
Restrooms and a cafe are located outside the entrance.
The London Bridge Experience is accessible to wheelchair users, although some sections of the experience follow a slightly different route.
How to Get to There
The entrance to the London Bridge Experience is located on Tooley Street at the southern end of the bridge. Take the tube to London Bridge (Northern and Jubilee lines), which is right outside the entrance, or arrive at Monument station (District and Circle lines) at the north end of the bridge and walk across.
When to Get There
The busiest time to visit the London Bridge Experience is between 11am and 3pm, especially during peak season (July-August)—consider prebooking to save time. Visit in October to experience the annual Halloween show, Phobophobia.
Highlights of the London Bridge Experience and London Tombs
Watch as costumed actors reenact memorable moments from London Bridge’s 2,000-year history. Follow the events of the fateful Great Fire of London, learn about notorious serial killer Jack the Ripper, and see Queen Boudicca fight against the Romans. Finally, brave a walk through the dark tunnels of the London Tombs—a former plague pit. Voted the UK’s scariest attraction, it’s full of shocks and scares, with ghosts, zombies, and terrifying characters waiting around every corner.
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