Saturday, 15 December 2012

Win a Pair of Tickets to the London Dungeon

London Dungeon is without a doubt my favourite attraction in London and I have returned several times since my first visit back in 1993.  If you don’t know, The London Dungeon is a delightfully scary and gruesome trip through London’s horrible history.  With fabulous actors, breath taking rides and terrifying special effects, you’ll get a little closer than you might like to Jack the Ripper, the Great Plague, and the Demon Barber of Fleet Street himself, Sweeney Todd.

The Horrible London Dungeon

I last visited The London Dungeon in October when The Teenager and I embarked on our Pop Culture tour around London and England.  The London Dungeon was definitely in her top three attractions along with the Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff and the Harry Potter Studio Tour.  Her verdict was, “I would definitely visit again!”  I absolutely agree.

The big news is that The London Dungeon is moving to a new location in Southbank in March 2013.  They promise that it is going to be bigger and better than before and I simply cannot wait to see it for myself!


I have a pair of tickets worth £48 to give away.  I have to admit that I really didn’t want to give the tickets away and was hoping to keep them for myself but apparently that is not very nice and certainly not in the spirit of the season.

There are three ways to enter the competition and you can enter three times:

  • Facebook: “Like” the Emm in London Facebook page, find this post on the page and tell me why you would want to win such a horrible prize.
  • Comment: Subscribe to the Emm in London RSS feed or subscribe by email and comment below, telling me why I can’t keep the prize for myself and should give it to you instead.
  • Twitter:  Follow me on Twitter and tweet about the competition stating:

I want to win a horrible pair of tickets to The London Dungeon and you can too via @missus_emm #competition #giveaway

The competition is open until Thursday 20 December 2012 at 6pm.  The competition is open to anyone but you must be able to use the ticket before 31 January 2013. The London Dungeon is not recommended for children under four (and in fact, when we visited a lady had to leave as her baby got quite upset).

Wishing you all the worst of luck!!!

The Terrible London Dungeon


  1. I think I deserve to take a trip to London, since I've never been there and nothing would be better than tickets to something so cruel

  2. Every time I pass it there are queues around the block!

  3. The London Dungeon was, with Madam Tusseau's. one of the first places I went during my first year in London (1980)... Blimey, that brings back memories (and shows my age in the process. I ghave talked to my kids about it quite a few times, but never had the opportunity to take them there. Perhaps this is it? :-)

  4. I've received the tickets Friday morning... That was a great way to start the day. Thanks :-) the other great news was that I have until 31st of January 2014 to use them. Even better than expected as now I can take my time planning the day trip to London, Cool!

    Thanks again on behalf of my kids and I



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