About Us

The London Bridge Experience and Tombs opened its doors in 2008 and since opening its welcomed several millions of guests into this unique and exciting attraction.

The London Bridge Experience and Tombs opened its doors in 2008 and since opening its welcomed several millions of guests into this unique and exciting attraction.

Awards & Recognitions

Nominee for Best Attraction for Group Visits
Nominee for Best Attraction for Group Visits Group Travel Awards
Nominee for Best UK Attraction
Nominee for Best UK Attraction Group Leisure Award
Best Guided Tour
Winner of the Best Guided Tour Group Leisure Awards
UK's Scariest Attraction
Winner of the UK's Scariest Attraction for 8 years in a row
Top horror attraction in the world
Winner of the top horror attraction in the world Worldwide Attraction Awards

Located within the Vaults of London Bridge, The London Bridge Experience and Tombs offers a truly unique and immersive experience within the old vaults of the 1800’s London Bridge.

The attraction has two unique and special parts to it of which both have won numerous awards for the experience and show we offer.

The first half of the experience offers guests the chance to journey through the history of London Bridge meeting different historical guides on the way. Visitors will start their journey back in Roman Londinium before traveling through various time periods before finally ending up in the Star Inn pub which used to be located on London bridge in the times of Jack the Ripper.

For those brave guests of ours the second half of the attraction The London Tombs holds the awards for being the “Worlds Best Scare Attraction” along with holding the award for being the UK’s best for over 10 years. Guests will come face to face with a variety of characters and creatures as they journey through the old lower vaults of London Bridge.

Hauntings

More real history: Builders working on the excavation of the set of London Tombs in 2007 discovered a Plague Pit that contained a large collection of skeletons, unnerving the builders so much that they refused to work down there alone!

The bridge itself was also a scene of gruesome happenings. In Tudor times they used to impale the heads of traitors and criminals on spikes along the bridge: some of the skulls that were found on the site actually had holes through as if they were impaled. London during these times was certainly a very hard and cruel place to live, and this has left an imprint on the area, perhaps leading to the abundance of paranormal activity that is experienced here in The Tombs.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HIRING THE LONDON TOMBS TO HOST A PARANORMAL INVESTIGATION, please call or email us: sales@tlbe.co.uk