Enjoy a fright at the London Bridge Experience and London Tombs

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    If you think that a holiday just isn’t a holiday unless you’ve been scared witless at least once, then we have the perfect attraction for you: the London Bridge Experience and London Tombs.

    Dubbed “the UK’s scariest year round attraction” by its operators, this gruesome experience leads you right into the heart of the capital’s grizzliest secrets.

    The London Bridge Experience takes you on a gruesome tour that explores the sordid past of London’s famous haunted bridge through creative theatre, cutting-edge storytelling and thrilling pageantry.

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    Expect to come face to face with the likes of Queen Boudica, Thomas Becket and the infamous Jack the Ripper. A piece of fascinating London Bridge trivia, hundreds of bats nest within the hollows of the famous bridge.

    Once you’ve acclimatised to the horror, it’s time to descend deeper into the debauchery as you enter the very bowels of hell: The London Tombs.

    After stepping into the vortex, you will be transported into dark depths of the UK’s most fun and frightening tourist attraction which has won multiple awards for its craft and creativity.

    The demons that lurk within the dungeons should only be faced by the very bravest of tourists and the horrors that await are sure to chill your blood. Evil clowns, manic butchers and creepy spiders are just some of the foes you will come up against as you navigate your way through the confined maze – prepare to be chased, scared and thoroughly freaked out by this brilliant attraction.

    Both parts of the attraction are open from 10am until 5pm Monday to Friday and from 9.30am to 6pm on weekends.

    Adult tickets cost £17 and Juniors cost £15. A family ticket costs £55 and may be the best value for money if there are four of you.

    To get to the attraction from our Park Grand Kensington hotel, simply take the District Line from Earl’s Court to Westminster Underground station, change to the Jubilee Line and continue onwards to London Bridge Station.

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