Saturday, 4 August 2012

The London Dungeon - A Superbreak Review

Looking for a good day out with the kids during the holidays? We are two weeks in and are the kids beginning to drive you mad and you feel you could do with a fun day out? I was offered a review from the lovely people over at Superbreak and Thanks to them had a fab day out. I recently blogged about our family day out in London when we visited The London Dungeon, Tower Bridge, City Hall and Monument.

Superbreak is the market leader in the provision of UK and European short breaks. It has been established for over 25 years and from day one, they have specialised in providing short breaks within the UK. They aim to make their customers’ life easier by allowing them to book packages, be it for theatre breaks or just short city breaks across the UK.



I received my London Dungeon tickets via email from Superbreak, I printed them off, popped them in my handbag, packed us a lunch and made up a flask of tea. It takes us under an hour to get into Liverpool Street and from there we walked across the river to The London Dungeon. There is a tube station (London Bridge) right across the road from the Dungeon but we decided to make a longer day of it by walking across the fabulous Tower Bridge and taking in the sights.


When we arrived at the Dungeon there was quite a large queue, however because our tickets were booked through Superbreak we had priority entry and was able to jump the queue and go straight in. At the ticket office we produced our printed off email - please remember to take the credit or debit card that was used to book the attraction or proof of identity as they will ask for this at the ticket office.

Immediately we could hear screams and laughter from the customers in front of us, we were more than apprehensive to go any further and we giggled as we pushed each other forward to lead the way.

I wont give too much away as it would spoil the surprise if you visit but lets just say we were given a thrilling, creepy, funny, jumpy and exciting tour of the Dungeon. We also incorporated some educational content into our trip before we went by studying all about Bloody Mary, Sweeney Todd, The great fire of London and the plague.

Please be warned that this attraction will frighten younger children or those of a nervous disposition. We took  a 12 yr old and a 16 yr old and they absolutely loved it. In my opinion kids under the age of about ten would find this too scary but it is a fabulous day out if you have older kids.



Why not visit London yourself and enjoy a great day out.

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