This Halloween, the London Dungeon 50 Berkeley Square show is coming soon and set in the spine-chilling attic of the most haunted house in London.
Running from October 15 to 31 the terrifying and unexplained events that happened at the property on one of the capital’s most iconic squares will be explored.
From the spirit of a young girl murdered by her servant when she was trapped in the attic to the ghost of a heartbroken resident and a scared-to-death Captain still wandering the halls of the haunted house.
Hesitant guests will join the gallery of the derelict 50 Berkeley Square attic, surrounded by old boxes, unused children’s toys, a creaking rocking horse and dusty sheets sweeping the room as the wind whistles through. They will be greeted by a flickering projector that will bring the terrifying tales of the house back to life, whether they want to see them or not.
Known as the Home of Halloween, the London Dungeon is a place not to be missed this spooky season. With 17 horrifying shows and thrilling rides, it promises to bring the city’s dark history to life delivering ample scream-drenched stories and fear-inducing shocks for a terrifying experience that you’ll never forget.
Speaking about the plans for Halloween and the arrival of the new show, a London Dungeon spokesperson said:
We are beyond excited to show guests what we have been planning for this spooky season. As the Home of Halloween, we’re going bigger and better than ever before with even more frights and scares designed to leave your underwear as clean as the abandoned 50 Berkeley Square attic – filthy! See you there, if you dare…
The new London Dungeon show ’50 Berkeley Square’ is running from October 15 to 31 and is included in the standard ticket price.
Tickets on the door are priced at £32 for adults, £26 for children but you can book in advance online to save up to 20%.
You can also purchase a combination ticket to save 25% which includes the Dungeon, London Eye, SEA LIFE, Shrek’s Adventure and Madame Tussauds London.
Book ahead to avoid horrible disappointment: www.thedungeons.com/london