The London Bridge Experience
Get your fix of gritty, historical London with a day at the London Bridge Experience - a hilariously terrifying history lesson that could leave you quaking with fear.
Your London Bridge Experience tokens will be emailed to you rather than posted. Remember to print out your token codes before visiting and present them at the attraction.
What you get
The London Bridge Experience plunges you right into the sights, sounds and smells of London's gruesome history. For just £6 in Clubcard vouchers, you'll get a live-action education on the capital's bloody past.
Enter the disused railway tunnel and you'll become part of an audience in front of some ragged and rampant performers. From Queen Boudicca to William Wallace's executioner, you'll meet several lively actors and actresses who will educate, horrify, and entertain.
To finish it off enter the Tombs, winner of the UK's Best Scare Attraction 2009 – 2013 and come face-to-face with the living dead in a once well-stocked plague pit. For younger guests (those under 11 especially) the 'Guardian Angel' option is available for a safer passage through the Tombs.
How to place your order
1. Select the quantity of token codes you’d like using the basket on the right. Any change left over from your Clubcard vouchers will be added back into your Clubcard Account.
2. We’ll aim to send you two emails within 30 minutes – please note this may take longer due to additional security checks. One will be your order confirmation. The other will contain your token codes and instructions on how to use them.
- OK - You'll enjoy it if you're a horror fan.By Cazzy12308 March 2015aged 45 to 54Female
OK. Worth it using the Clubcard vouchers, but I wouldn't pay the full price. After queuing outside you are eventually let into a holding area for 10 minutes or so with about 30 other people from the queue, you go through the attraction with this group. After being in the holding area you are eventually collected by an actor and taken inside. The first part consists of going from room to room, each one depicting London through the ages, with a live actor doing a turn in each one and getting you, the audience, to participate. Not bad to be honest. After that is the tombs experience. At this point you are given the option to leave the attraction if you are afraid of the dark, claustrophobic or have a medical condition. The best way to describe the tombs experience is it is like going through some kind of horror 'fun house' you might find at a fairground. You walk through dark enclosed corridors with, for example, plastic body parts hanging from the ceiling and sundry horror dummies placed around and about. In some places a live actor will jump out and yell at you or chase you with a chain saw. We went with our three children age 8, 9 and 11 so is it scary? In our opinion no, it didn't scare them at all (but if I guess you are of a nervous disposition it might scare you). However, the attraction is NOT suitable if you are afraid of the dark, are affected by strobe lights or claustrophobic. There is a lot of walking around dark, enclosed corridors and a fair bit of strobe lighting. Also, there are two places in the tombs section where you have to squeeze through a very very tight inflatable corridor, something in particular that a claustrophobic would really struggle with.Date used : 15/02/2015
- DreadfulBy Div4Viv409 September 2014aged 45 to 54Female
Despite reading the reviews, I went ahead and used my clubcard vouchers to take my 2 sons (17 & 12 ) during a stay in London. It was the worst "attraction" we have ever been to. After waiting our turn to go in, we were kept in a holding area for about 10 minutes before being collected by a costumed staff member who took us to the next room for a few words before moving us along to another room which was set up as a museum - we were kept here for about another 10 minutes before being collected by a different costumed member of staff. The staff were treating their job as a joke and the entire experience was badly put together. it was pitch dark for the majority of the tour, which some might say was the whole point, but you couldn't see your hand in front of your face, there were steps to trip on and huge blow up corridors akin to a childrens soft play centre - not good when loaded with rucksacks/bags. The Tombs were worse. Everyone was told to form a line and hold on to the person in front of you - if you didn't, you'd be left behind in the pitch dark, only feeling your way along. It was a horrible, horrible experience and one that I never will repeat or recommend anyone does. In comparison, we have visited The Dungeons many times and it is a million times better.Date used : 28/08/2014
- EnjoyableBy FranticMum03 September 2014aged 45 to 54Female
I look 5 children with me, aged from 6 to 13. They all enjoyed it very much. They were even able to go through the London Tombs part as the staff made sure that we had a 'Guardian Angel' with us who took us through separately, distracted the children from anything too scary and made sure that nothing jumped out. My only criticism is that it was a little too similar to the London Dungeons. Having visited that attraction just the previous week, it was a little too much of the same thing.Date used : 06/08/2014
- Enjoyable!By xkatyx21 May 2014aged 18 to 24Female
had a weekend in London for a birthday present was full of touristy things, seen this on Tescos and thought why not use my club-card points. Was a very enjoyable experience scary and funny. The first half of the tour was slightly confusing however once it got going it was brilliant. Informative with out being boring so its good for both teenagers and adults actors were brilliant and got you involved, they made you laugh and join in was an all round good experience, would definitely recommend !
- Fantastic TimeBy Wsussex14 May 2014aged 35 to 44Female
Really enjoyed this experience, went with a friend and were very impressed with it from start to finish - very scary!!
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• Tokes codes may only be used for this attraction.
• Entry tickets and tokens do not guarantee entry in periods of high attendance for safety reasons.
• Children up to the age of 14 must be accompanied by a supervising adult.
• Token codes may be used against standard admission, but cannot be used for special events and/or shows, other promotions or discounted tickets, or Annual Passes.
Terms & Conditions
• There is no age restriction in The London Bridge Experience, however children up to the age of 14 must be accompanied by a supervising adult.
• The London Tombs (attraction within The London Bridge Experience) contains flash and strobe lighting. The London Tombs is not recommended for young children under the age of 11, however younger visitors of any age can request a 'guardian angel' who will accompany timid visitors through the London Tombs and protect them from anything too frightening.
• Token codes admit one adult OR one child OR one Senior on a one day standard admission ticket only.
• Token codes may be used against standard admission, but cannot be used for special events and/or shows, other promotions or discounted tickets, or Annual Passes. Token codes cannot be used in food outlets or shops. Please check all opening/closing times and dates before you visit by checking the supplier's website. Height and size restrictions may apply on certain rides.
• Token codes cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, scheme or promotion. Please check for any terms and conditions specific to the supplier before ordering.
• Token codes are valid for 6 months from issue.
• You must exchange your Clubcard vouchers for token codes, Clubcard vouchers will not be accepted by the supplier.
• Token codes are not transferable and will be issued with the name shown on your Clubcard vouchers and may be printed with your postcode.
• All standard Tesco.com and Clubcard scheme terms and conditions apply, these can be found on the website.
• Unused, expired and redeemed token codes cannot be refunded, exchanged or returned. This does not affect your statutory rights.