You'll get to meet Jack the ripper close up in this interactive show in which you will let out screams and a lot of adrenaline.
Ahhhh! Entertaining frights.
The most enjoyable way to learn a little of London's darkest history is to go County Hall in Westminster, and then go into The London Dungeon. An hour and a half awaits you inside this enclosure, in which at the entrance, you are warned of experiencing a powerful discharge of adrenaline accompanied by a good dose of frights. Throughout the tour, The Dungeon covers a series of historic facts that have darkened the city's streets since the Middle Ages: the plague, the tortures, the Great Fire of London and Jack the Ripper are only some of the protagonists in this macabre attraction which has entertained all kinds of people since the 70s.The Dungeon was born from a part of the Madame Tussauds Museum and has been evolving and branching off on its own to become what is, nowadays, one of the most popular interactive shows in the city. During the tour, live actors act out representations in all kinds of scenes and a popular maze that's full of surprises, in order to scare those who dare to enter. It's always better if you're accompanied but all of these things form a good way of making sure that you have a good time, releasing tensions and getting to know many of the dark curiosities of the capital.
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