London Bridge Experience

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What you'll do

Explore the spooky underground tombs of London Bridge and brave the haunting tales of the city’s notorious past at London's scariest attraction!

Visit the London Bridge Experience with Go City®

  • With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
  • Learn about the rich history of gruesome, gory Britain.
  • Experience an interactive, two-part attraction including The London Bridge Experience and London Tombs - featuring real-life actors and animation.

Not for the faint of heart, this unique London attraction will shock you with terrifying tales and real stories while you explore the gruesome past of London Bridge with a spine-tingling adventure into the depths of The Tombs. 

The London Bridge Experience offers visitors a unique interactive journey through London’s dark and chilling history. Travel back in time and learn about 2000 years of history from London Bridge and the surrounding area.

Interactive displays and sensory features will transport you to through the ages. Immerse yourself in the Great Fire of London tale, view displays depicting Welsh invader Boudicca’s battle against the Romans, or listen to the gruesome story of Jack the Ripper. 

The Experience

See, hear and even smell what it was like throughout the ages with the London Bridge Experience. As professional actors take you through each setting, learn about London’s dark past from Jack the Ripper and 'The Head Snatcher'. This immersive theatrical experience delivers history with an extra side of terror.

The Tombs

Travel into the lower vaults of London Bridge and experience the UK’s scariest attraction, The Vaults. The London Tombs is well known for its sinister past which visitors can witness during the show. This immersive scare maze uses a variety of special effects. Interactive sets and professional actors to deliver the best scare of your life!

Guardian Angel Tour

For the younger guests, the Guardian Angel tour provides a light-hearted alternative with just enough scare and even more fun. Children under 11 can experience the sights and sounds of the London Tombs, but without the ghoulish ‘characters’ that might pop out to say hello or chase you. The Guardian Angel tour offers the perfect opportunity for children to enjoy the experience to the fullest without being scared.

Please ask a guide at the entrance of The Tombs for the Guardian Angel Tour.

More about the Tombs..

Discover the Spooky London Tombs

Unearth the chilling secrets of London Tombs, a hidden attraction lurking beneath the city's bustling streets. Delve into the eerie past as you explore the ancient burial grounds, haunted by the ghosts of centuries gone by.

Experience the Thrills of London Tombs

Embark on a spine-tingling journey through the shadowy corridors, where history and horror intertwine. Uncover bone-chilling tales that will leave you questioning the world above, making the London Tombs a must-visit experience.

London Bridge Experience highlights

London's scariest attraction – visit the attraction voted, London’s Scariest for 11 years running. 

London's dark history – learn about London’s dark history of war spanning over 2,000 years

England's notorious characters – delve into the mindset of some of England’s most notorious characters, including Jack the Ripper and William Wallace.

Scare maze – once you have fully immersed yourself in London’s history with The London experience, step forward in time with a visit to The Vault, voted the UK’s scariest attraction. Test your nerve in the scare maze, featuring characters such as clowns, doctors, zombies, and more.

Angel show for young visitors – younger visitors of 11 and under can benefit from the Guardian Angel show, a ‘fun immersive scare experience with far less bite’.

London Bridge facts

  • Workers at The London Bridge Experience have reported hearing children’s eerie cries and have witnessed poltergeist activity while on shift.
  • The Great Fire of London (1666) has no official death toll, but it is said that the heat of the fire may have cremated many Londoners, leaving their remains unrecognizable.
  • The murders of Jack the Ripper have inspired many studies and analyses on each case, now coined as Ripperology.
  • Many phantom cries can be heard at London Bridge. They are rumoured to be ‘traitors’, whose heads were dipped in tar and stuck on pikes, executed between 1305 and 1660. 

Experience London Bridge Experience and many other attractions with the All Inclusive Pass.

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Know before you go

Getting in:entry to the London Bridge Experience is opposite The Mug House pub. Your pass will be scanned and validated by a member of the team at the admissions desk, which is immediately inside the venue. Once validated, just take a seat in the waiting room, directly opposite the ticket desk, until the next available show (usually, no more than 20 minutes).

Pass perks: 

  • Receive a 20% discount in the Creams Cafe, the London Bridge Experience’s American-style ice cream parlour and waffle house.
  • Enjoy 20% off at the Bermondsey Bierkeller (located next to the attraction) when showing your pass.

Please note: Groups over 15 must book in advance. Guardian Angel Tours are available for younger visitors (under 11’s) to protect them from anything too frightening.

For more information visit the London Bridge Experience website.

London Bridge Experience tickets help

Simply ask our help team if you have any questions.


Q. What is the London Bridge Experience?
A. The London Bridge Experience is a thrilling interactive exhibition that takes visitors on a journey through the history of London Bridge.

Q. How long does the experience last?
A. The London Bridge Experience lasts approximately 1 hour.

Q. Is the London Bridge Experience suitable for children?
A. Yes, the experience is suitable for children, although some parts may be too scary for very young children.

Q. Is photography allowed inside the London Bridge Experience?
A. No, photography is not allowed inside the London Bridge Experience.

Q. Are there any restrictions on who can participate in the London Bridge Experience?
A. Yes, the experience is not recommended for people who suffer from claustrophobia, epilepsy, or other medical conditions that may be aggravated by the special effects.

Q. Is there a gift shop at the London Bridge Experience?
A. Yes, there is a gift shop where visitors can buy souvenirs of their visit to the London Bridge Experience.


Where you'll be

Operating hours

Sunday - Friday: 12PM - 6PM (last departure)

Saturday: 11AM - 6PM (last departure)

Closings & holidays

Closed Christmas Day

Opening times vary from December 22, 2023 to January, 1 2024. Please check the attraction’s own website for the most up to date details and availability.

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Free cancellation

Plans can change, we get it. All non-activated passes are eligible for a refund within 90 days from your purchase date.

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