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Really quite enjoyable...And certainly 'scared' some! MS, 06/06/2018 (Family with teenagers)Decided to take my two teenage daughters to The London Bridge Experience as they're now old enough (14 & 13) to 'enjoy' fright attractions - this was my second visit and wanted to see what kind of reaction they'd have.
The first part (the actual London Bridge Experience) is quite informative and has quite a few comedy moments. I work in London and actually learned a few things I didn't know, so well worth listening to. Once at The Tombs everyone is asked if they want to continue and there's no mocking of those that don't - people do genuinely drop out and it's probably not ideal for younger children, but there are plenty of warnings.
There are a few few 'jump' scares with the live actors and some props etc.
More a negative comment from my eldest than me but she said it would be better if there were more live actors - and she was jumping and screaming at the ones they did have, so why she wanted more is beyond me - but then if you're going to advertise as the "scariest" London attaction, I suppose you've really got to go for it and she didn't think they had.
Still they both enjoyed a surprise trip out!
Wow.... Kerrath, 05/12/2016 (Mature Adults)Visited 03/12/16 with my partner, brother and his wife. Gripping, even whilst queuing you are part of it. Nervous but glad we did it and glad when it was over! More than worth the money.
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