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The Vintage Guide To London | January 22, 2018

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For a ghoulish trip into London's past - win a family ticket for The London Dungeon

For a ghoulish trip into London’s past – win a family ticket for The London Dungeon

Update: this give-away is now closed.
Have a ghoulish trip into the darker past of London and a special Halloween London experience at the London Dungeon.

The Experience will take you through some of the bloodiest and most frightening times in history – enter the dark, dank crypt of All Hallow’s church, where the rotting corpses of the dead fester, only to get lost for good in the terrifying twisted tunnels in
the haunted Labyrinth of murky mirrors.

Hold onto your stomach as history’s most horrific blood soaked surgery is performed in graphic, gangrenous detail and find out if you will escape the vile embrace of the most pestilent puss ridden disease in history – the plague.

Witness the destruction as the Great Fire rips through the streets of London.  Grit your teeth for grisly goings on in the torture chamber, and finally, be prepare to be judged for your heinous crimes. From robbery to witchcraft, your wickedness shall be punished!

Feel your heart pound as you enter the madhouse, of Bedlam – will you survive the tunnels of terrifying torment or the Boat Ride to Hell – the sewer barges to Traitor’s Gate.

Notorious Londoners such as demon barber Sweeney Todd and Jack the Ripper will make an appearance, while you will feel the wrath of Bloody Mary
as she searches for heretics. Will you be burned at the stake?

And thrill seekers will taste the fear and feel the adrenaline pump as you drop screaming into the darkness below on Extremis: Drop ride to Doom!

The London Dungeon is one of the top things to do in London and an entertaining trip back into London’s past. So we’re giving away one family ticket (up to two adults & two children) for one lucky reader. To be in with a chance to win email quoting ‘dungeon’ in the subject line. The winner will be drawn at random at midday on Monday 31 October 2011. There is no cash alternative. Good luck!



  1. I’m very curious about the London Dungeon.. I went to the Amsterdam Dungeon when I visited family in Holland and that was a great experience!

    Going to email for those tickets, because I definitely would like to win them!

  2. Lena

    I went a few years ago and although I’m not a big fan of these sort of things I actually had a lot of fun!

  3. I love the London Dungeons

  4. Shame I missed this competition