The London Bridge Experience and The London Tombs are two ‘horrific and gruesome’ London tourist attractions in vaults below the southern end of London Bridge.
Opened in 2007, real skeletons were found in the crypt during it construction, scaring builders who refused to work alone.
The London Bridge Experience explains the history of all the London Bridges that have been on the site, from the Roman military pontoon to the present 3 arch structure. The tour also goes through the 'dark' moments of London's history, Romans and Vikings battles and The Great Fire of London.
The London Tombs is in a former plague pit, where visitors ‘past walls that are dripping in blood, squeeze through confined spaces and gasp in terror as you're met with spiders, snakes, ghosts, ghouls and many other horrors’. Voted UKs best scare attraction it is only suitable for older (11+) children.
The London Dungeon, under the railway arched of London Bridge station, is an interactive experience using actors, special effects and 3 rides.
Visitor is led through 1000 years of London's darkest and most gory history, an ‘educationally chilling experience’ of shows and exhibits.
Horror attractions include; the crypt, torture chamber, boat ride to hell, Sweeney Todd's Barber, Jack the Ripper and the drop ride to doom. The attractions are best enjoyed by ‘young teenagers’.
Winston Churchill’ s Britain at War experience is a theme museum which gives the visitor an insight into what life was like during the World War II in London.
The London Blitz with special effects highlighting the sights, sounds, dust and smoke of an air raid at its height;
A London Underground air raid shelter to see where thousands spent sleepless nights and a wartime news reel shown in the underground cinema.