history & fun
AN IMMERSIVE THEATRICAL EXPERIENCE BRINGING TOGETHER HISTORY AND HORROR, EDUCATION AND FUN!
Become part of London’s gruesome history and travel back in time with notorious English characters including Jack the Ripper, The Head Snatcher, Sir John Rennee, William Wallce and many more. As you journey through the bridges past you will uncover the dark secrets that lie beneath the world’s most haunted bridge.
You You will see, hear and smell what London Bridge was like throughout the ages.
London Bridge seen it all, from being built in around 53 AD to the bridge we cross today there has been murder, intrigue, collapse, fire and much more. The secrets and lies surrounding London Bridge will never be fully known but as you journey through The London Bridge Experience you will see some of these secrets and stories come to life from the Roman period through to modern times. However you look at it, this bridge has many a tale to tell let your journey start today…
“WHAT A TREAT!”
“This is a brilliant attraction right under London Bridge which includes the history of the Bridge and actor interactive tour then a very scary maze to end the tour.
I must say the actors and staff on the day were all excellent and really made our trip special, as a Horror geek I’m not normally scared that easy but a few moments on this tour really gave me some great scares which was a huge bonus.
Thank you for a most excellent time. It lasts about an hour but I would highly recommend it over the now very poor London Dungeons attraction.”
Reviewed by Chillial – 2nd October 2019
KEEP YOUR HEAD
Come face to face with Queen Boudica’s and her Iceni warriors as they prepare to take on the Roman army. Be regaled by tales of terror at The Star Inn Pub well known for its links with Jack The Ripper but watch out for Ben Crouch lurking in the lanes searching for the next victim.
Be careful you don’t lose your head when you meet The Keeper of The Heads as he tells you how he preserves the heads of the famous including William Wallace before he adds them to his fine display on London Bridge, be careful though that your head doesn’t take his fancy…
LOSE YOURSELF IN HISTORY
Experience medieval life first hand as you pass through the Chapel of StThomas Becket and onto the shop lined streets of London Bridge as the Great Fire of London takes hold and sweeps through the city. After taking all of this in you will enter the Vortex and be brought forward in time to the modern day when you will get the chance to visit the multi award winning London Tombs.
“The most haunted attraction in england”
JONATHAN ROSS, TV & RADIO PRESENTER
After The Experience, visit our onsite Creams Café and gobble up something from our wide range of delicious desserts including crepes, waffles, milkshakes and much more. Ideal for those little monsters inside all of us…
GUARDIAN ANGEL TOUR
If you are under 11 and a little scared but still want to visit The Tombs, you can take the Guardian Angel Tour.
Make your way past walls dripping in blood, squeeze through confined spaces and scream with terror as you meet an array of unspeakable horrors in this unique award winning scare maze. Be warned there’s no turning back…
Everything You Need In One Place
LONDON'S NUMBER 1 ESCAPE ROOM
America’s No.1 escape room is here! Team up with friends, family or co-workers to decipher the puzzles, unravel the mystery and escape.
AVAILABLE FOR CORPORATE HIRE
The London Bridge Experience is a unique venue and holds up to 200 people, so there is no better way to impress your friends, staff and clients.
THE ULTIMATE SCHOOL TRIP
Bring your school pupils along to the most thrilling, authentic and fun history lesson they’ll ever experience.
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
WINNER of the top horror attraction in the world
WORLDWIDE ATTRACTION AWARDS
WINNER of the best guided tour
GROUP LEISURE AWARDS
WINNER of the UK's scariest attraction
FOR 11 CONSECUTIVE YEARS
FINALIST - BEST VENUE FOR HISTORY AND LEARNING
SCHOOL TRAVEL AWARDS
NOMINEE FOR BEST ATTRACTION FOR GROUP VISITS
GROUP TRAVEL AWARDS
NOMINEE FOR BEST UK ATTRACTION
GROUP LEISURE AWARDS