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London Bridge Experience

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London Bridge Experience

KidRated’s London Bridge Experience Top Tips:

  • Don’t get confused with Tower Bridge!
  • Prepared to be scared…
  • Look out for special events, especially around spooky times of the year like Halloween.

The London Bridge Experience reveals the true horrors that have plagued the area – from murder to fire, London Bridge has seen some of the most horrific crimes in the city’s history.


Danger can be seen, heard, tasted, felt and even smelt in every corner of this terrifying exhibit, which gives visitors the sensation of having travelled back in time through realistic recreations of stomach-curdling events that have taken place over the last 2000 years.


Encounter Romans, Vikings, and the terrifying Hell’s Portal which jerks you back to the modern-day. Just be careful of pickpockets along the way! With your deepest fears lurking around every corner, the London Bridge Experience is something that is sure to live on in your nightmares.


Booking advice:

  • Book a London Pass now for free fast track entry to the London Bridge Experience.
  • Don’t book if your kids or you are easily scared.
  • Some special events cost more and must be booked separately. 



2 – 4 Tooley Street
London Bridge
London SE1 2SY

Phone number:

+44 (0) 207 403 6333


Opening hours:

10am – 5pm weekdays, 10am – 6pm weekends

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Teen Verdict

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I’d definitely come back here again. I like a good scare and enjoy watching scary movies so when I heard about this, I knew I had to give it a go. The best thing about this experience was that not only did it give you a good spook, it was also extremely informative at the same time. And actually, it’s all that more scary that you know it’s all based on real events. Would definitely recommend to anyone who loves a bit of dark history.

Parent Point of View

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Laura Porter

  • The London Bridge Experience and Tombs is like two attractions combined. The London Bridge Experience (first section) is actors telling gruesome stories. The Tombs is the stuff of nightmares.
  • I was more concerned about the dank smell in the first section and wasn’t worried. In The Tombs I was screaming for my life.
  • Best for teens who like to show how brave they are. I’m too scared to ever do it again!

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