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Location: London
Description: Become part of London's gruesome history and travel back in time to an age of adventure and uncover the dark secrets that lie beneath the world's most famous bridge. Laugh, scream and cheer your way through 2000 years of horrible history!

Plunge into the inky blackness of a disused railway tunnel and emerge into the midst of a fierce battle between Queen Boudicca and the legions of Rome! Keep your wits about you though, at The London Bridge Experience danger lurks in every shadow.

If you've survived this far, continue your adventure with caution as you creep through the misty halls of the Viking kings. Watch your step on the rickety wooden bridge; it's a long way down!

If you're still alive why not try out a spot of hanging, drawing and quartering? Enter the Gate House and discover the grisly fate of Tudor traitors in the company of our expert executioner and our real giant rats!

Experience medieval life first hand as you pass through the Chapel of Thomas Becket and onto the shop lined streets of the old London Bridge. Learn some of the local trades and then run for your life as the Great Fire of London sweeps through the city!

There are darker surprises in store for you as you wander the streets of Victorian Southwark. Smell the Great Stink and try not to become another victim of Jack the Ripper.

Finish your journey by braving the stomach churning Hell's Portal and emerge back in the present day.


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- 08th Aug, 2012
Been 7 times this year and got 4 more dates booked. WHAT DOES THAT TELL YOU?? And no im not a sado lol just adore Tombs!!!!

Visit attraction again: No
- 01st Aug, 2012
The actors are bloody excellent made us jump all the time full of scary shocks and supprises wouldn't recommend for young children though

Visit attraction again: No
- 01st Aug, 2012
Went to the London Tombs today. Oh was it good! But I must say, itís not for the faint hearted. Your heart is beating so fast, itís crazy dark, with flashing lights all around you, with people jumping out on you! Would have been so much better if it was longer, though. It was rather short. The man at the end with the chainsaw may have scared the poor lady at the front for life, Iíve never seen a person so scared. But it was amazing and scary. Definitely worth a visit if youíre in London and if youíre into a good fright!

Visit attraction again: No
- 29th Jul, 2012
Thank you so much for your hard work in creating the best Halloween, scare attraction I`ve ever seen! None of us were sure what to expect last night, but were left in no doubt that you have created something terrifying and fabulous! A special thank you, for inviting us to witness the unveiling for the live Human Centipede. It was phenomenal! The actors did a fantastic job and their dedication to our film really shined through in their performances. I will certainly be spreading the word of The London Tombs and hope to come back during the Halloween time to see everyone in action again. Warm regards, Emma Lock & The Human Centipede Cast

Visit attraction again: No
- 29th Jul, 2012
The Tombs is actually the second half of a two part attraction. The first half is very historical and educational. You are taken through a number of sets with various characters guiding you along. You get to meet characters of the day back when London bridge was first built and they bring to life various senarios. For example you meet a character who specialises in black market organ donations and is pleasant enough to talk you through a biopsy. Another character is a pleasant gentle man however he is a talking head on a spike. He explains how he was deemed a traitor and was therefore beheaded. His head was stuck on a spike outside London Bridge as an example of what fate awaits traitors. Its very tounge in cheek. Plenty of fun for all the family. The second part is where it kicks off big style. In this section, you are given an option. You can either leave the attraction at that point, you can have a guardian angel for the light hearted or you can go through as normal. You are taken underground into a very dark very low roofed tomb where you are split up into groups. Then you are taken further down into a very old very rickety service elevator. This is where the fun and the screams really kick in. You are then left to find your own way out of this massive maze of rooms. Each have there own little surprises in them. The latest addition is the human centipeade set. After trying to find your way through a series corridors you end up in a hospital. Awaiting to meet you are two charming people who will happily take an arm or a leg from you if you want them too or not. The realism is uncanny. Blood up the walls and on furniture and guts hanging of every ingle piece of furniture they is. I think some people in our group refused to enter the room. This was definatly the highlight of the attraction as just when you think you are at a safe point something comes and breathes on you. If you survive all this then there is a rather cool little gift shop selling a range of different memorabilia to help you remember your trip.

Visit attraction again: No
- 29th Jul, 2012
The Tombs is actually the second half of a two part attraction. The first half is very historical and educational. You are taken through a number of sets with various characters guiding you along. You get to meet characters of the day back when London bridge was first built and they bring to life various senarios. For example you meet a character who specialises in black market organ donations and is pleasant enough to talk you through a biopsy. Another character is a pleasant gentle man however he is a talking head on a spike. He explains how he was deemed a traitor and was therefore beheaded. His head was stuck on a spike outside London Bridge as an example of what fate awaits traitors. Its very tounge in cheek. Plenty of fun for all the family. The second part is where it kicks off big style. In this section, you are given an option. You can either leave the attraction at that point, you can have a guardian angel for the light hearted or you can go through as normal. You are taken underground into a very dark very low roofed tomb where you are split up into groups. Then you are taken further down into a very old very rickety service elevator. This is where the fun and the screams really kick in. You are then left to find your own way out of this massive maze of rooms. Each have there own little surprises in them. The latest addition is the human centipeade set. After trying to find your way through a series corridors you end up in a hospital. Awaiting to meet you are two charming people who will happily take an arm or a leg from you if you want them too or not. The realism is uncanny. Blood up the walls and on furniture and guts hanging of every ingle piece of furniture they is. I think some people in our group refused to enter the room. This was definatly the highlight of the attraction as just when you think you are at a safe point something comes and breathes on you. If you survive all this then there is a rather cool little gift shop selling a range of different memorabilia to help you remember your trip.

Visit attraction again: No

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