One week in London. What to do and see in 7 days. Best attractions places

London Dungeon

London is a city full of charm and charm. Impossible to remain indifferent to its beauty. A city that offers fun and movement is lots of fun.

If you are looking for thrills, you cannot miss a visit to the legendary London Dungeon, for over 40 years, a true museum of London thrill.

The London Dungeon offers visitors a truly unique and incredible experience and interactive settings. A museum outside the usual patterns, offering incredible sensations and emotions, retracing some of the most gruesome events in London’s history.

Real actors and incredible special effects will catapult you in distant times. Close up, you will see incredible instruments of torture and is one of the largest mirrored mazes in the world. Two scary attractions dedicated to two illustrious and frightening characters in London history: Sweeney Todd and Jack the ripper.
Tue Great Plague and Great Fire of London are two interesting historical reconstructions of the Great Plague of 1665 and the London fire of the following year.
And, again, you will see the last journey of the condemned to the Tower of London; or the transport of criminals to the Newgate prison.

The success of the London museum was such that it was exported to other capitals such as Amsterdam and Berlin. We are sure that you will not be totally disappointed by this attraction.

London Dungeon

Photo, 2011 Gripweed


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The attraction has the following standard opening times:
from Monday to Wednesday, from 10:00 to 17:00.
Thursday, from 11:00 to 17:00.
Friday, from 10:00 to 17:00.
Saturday and Sunday, from 10:00 to 18:00. For special occasions and special occasions, special times are provided.


The museum is located at County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7PB.

The destination can be easily reached by public transport. By metro, you need to get off at the Waterloo stop, continuing for a few minutes on foot. Alternatively, you can get off at Westminster, continuing, on foot, to the homonymous bridge.


The entry ticket to the London Tower costs € 24.00 per adult. Children aged between 3 and 15 pay the reduced rate. The darkness, the sudden noises and the dark atmospheres, could cause fear among the small pou. For this reason, the Kanoa staff advises against entry for children under 9 years of age.

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