The London Dungeon brings to life the dark history of London through live actors, thrilling rides, and interactive shows. Visitors can journey through plague-ridden streets, encounter Sweeney Todd, and take a ride in a boat to Traitor’s Gate.
Built on the site of the original Clink Prison from 1144-1780, this hands-on museum allows visitors to experience the sights, sounds and smells of a medieval jail. Costumed guides take you back in time to see the torture devices and prison conditions.
The bathing ponds at Hampstead Heath have a sinister reputation. Rumors of drownings, suicides, and even a ghost have given the ponds an eerie mystique. Brave swimmers can take a dip in the murky waters if they don't mind legends of a vengeful spirit.
This intriguing museum houses a collection of specimens in jars, ritual masks, and other bizarre artifacts. With its focus on death, the occult, and the macabre, a visit here makes for a peculiarly unsettling experience.
Wander through the peaceful gardens and Gothic tombs of Highgate Cemetery, the burial place of famous figures like Karl Marx. Plague pits, ghostly tales, and real-life vampires make this a cemetery tour like no other.
Murder and mystery await those who embark on a Jack the Ripper tour. Guides lead visitors through the East End streets where the grisly Whitechapel murders took place in 1888, recounting spine-chilling tales.
The London Tombs is a terrifying scare attraction situated in a buried plague pit. Visitors must navigate through chilling sets and horrifying actors, where anything can jump out of the darkness.
A fortress, prison, and site of execution for traitors, the Tower of London's bloody history makes it one of London's most haunted spots. Join a tour to see the execution site, Traitor’s Gate, and ravens that legend says protect the tower.