The London Bridge Experience and London Tombs have been voted the UK's Best Year Round Scare Attraction from 2009 onwards

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**Winner of the Top Horror Attraction in the World!** Delve deep in to the London Tombs, where for...

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The London Bridge Experience and Thames River Cruise

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Explore 2,000 years of gruesome London history on this Thames River cruise and London Bridge Ex...

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The London Bridge Experience, London

The London Bridge Experience and London Tombs have been voted the UK's Best Year Round Scare Attraction from 2009 onwards.

The London Bridge Experience and London Tombs have been voted the UK's Best Year Round Scare Attraction from 2009 onwards. Going back to the times of the Romans and Vikings, the London Bridge Experience revisits the story of the bridge through live characters in the midst of recreations of the past wooden, stone and medieval bridges. The London Tombs, built on a former plague pit, takes you through narrow confines filled with horror.


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About The London Bridge Experience

 2-4 Tooley St

 +44 800 043 46

 www.thelondonbridgeexperience.com

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