London Eye & London Dungeon Combo Tour

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Group size up to 50 persons
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Pay a visit to two of London's best attractions and spare your money with this London Eye and London Prison combo ticket. Start by encountering London's most obscure history at the London Prison and afterward adventure onto the London Eye for an enthralling perspective of London.
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No n.
You can have taken part in the London Eye, but as expected it is not spectacular. I went because of my son. You can probably see just as much from the Skygarden or similar. I had no real idea about the dungeon, now I know what to expect. A guided tour into the dark times of London with scary moments. It's definitely well presented and the actors do a great job. But you really need a good knowledge of English. My English is actually very good but I didn't understand everything, also depending on who was speaking. If you don't understand anything, you can actually save it and go to a musical or something.
Teddi
3 days ago
It is a bit difficult to find out of the system for this kind of double ticket. It could be stated clearly that time booking for the wheel is not neccarssary. And to take a screen shot of the tickets because they dissapear from the app. After the first event. The staff was very helpfull and it worked out fine.
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Immerse yourself in London's perilous past at the thrilling London Dungeon. You will be taken on a journey through the "bad old days" of the capital city as you meet the chillingly funny characters.

You will experience the full force of Henry VI's wrath like you've never experienced it before when you descend into the dungeon and climb aboard the Tyrant Boat Ride. To meet your fate, travel down the Thames and into Fleet Street's infamous Sweeney Todd barbershop. After that, wander the misty streets of Whitechapel, but proceed with caution because it's possible that Jack the Ripper is just around the corner.

Climb aboard the renowned London Eye after enjoying the delights of the London Dungeons. Step into your capsule and ascend above the Thames River. Overlooking the city from a height of 442 feet, see Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament in person. On a clear day, take in the panoramic view of Buckingham Palace, St. Paul's Cathedral, the Tower of London and Windsor Castle.

Important information:

  • The London Eye is closed between 8 January and 4 February 2024, please amend your ticket to a non-London Eye bundle product as no partial refunds will be given.
  • You will be booking the date and time for the London Dungeon here and you will be booking your time slots for The London Eye using the instructions on your confirmation voucher 
  • The London Dungeon is not suitable for people of a nervous disposition or children under the age of 12
  • Visitors aged under 16 must be accompanied by an adult
  • The minimum height to proceed with the London Dungeon boat ride is 99cm, all visitors under 120cm must be accompanied by a guardian or adult
  • The drop ride's minimum height is 140cm
  • The London Dungeon is accessible for wheelchairs, though it can only admit wheelchairs and users with overall weight of maximum 661lbs, must not be wider than 69cm, and be ready to navigate tight angles and uneven flooring
Price
Adult (Age 16-99)
£60
per person
Children (Age 5-15)
£54
per person
For any payment method you must book a ticket through the booking form below and receive confirmation by e-mail and (or) SMS.
What is included in activity

• The London Eye entry ticket
• The London Dungeon entry ticket

What is not included

• Transport
• Food & drink

What places you will see

• The London Eye
• The London Dungeon

Activity book period
You can book tour up to 6 hours in advance.
Languages in what activity is performed
English
Directions to meet your guide

The London Dungeon

How long your tour will be
1 day
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Reviews by travellers
Teddi
It is a bit difficult to find out of the system for this kind of double ticket. It could be stated clearly that time booking for the wheel is not neccarssary. And to take a screen shot of the tickets because they dissapear from the app. After the first event. The staff was very helpfull and it worked out fine.
3 days ago
No n.
You can have taken part in the London Eye, but as expected it is not spectacular. I went because of my son. You can probably see just as much from the Skygarden or similar. I had no real idea about the dungeon, now I know what to expect. A guided tour into the dark times of London with scary moments. It's definitely well presented and the actors do a great job. But you really need a good knowledge of English. My English is actually very good but I didn't understand everything, also depending on who was speaking. If you don't understand anything, you can actually save it and go to a musical or something.
16 days ago
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