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Halloween at the London Bridge Experience Tickets

26 October 2013 - 02 November 2013
at London Bridge Experience
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Oct

Event Information

Spend your Halloween at the London Bridge Experience and be frightened to death at the UK’s premier scare attraction as they pull out all the stops for this year’s Phobophobia event during Halloween 2013.

Spend your Halloween at the London Bridge Experience and be frightened to death at the UK’s premier scare attraction as they pull out all the stops for this year’s Phobophobia event during Halloween 2013. The best around Having won the Screamie award for Best Year Round Scare Attraction for the past five years, the London Bridge Experience is known as the UK’s number one scare attraction. Taking you through London’s history and into the haunted tombs underneath London Bridge, Halloween at the London Bridge Experience will frighten even the most hardcore of horror fans, so if you’re searching for a scare this October, don’t look anywhere else. Phobophobia 2013 This year’s Phobophobia event challenges you to tackle your biggest fears as you come face to face with snakes, spiders, rats, clowns and even the dreaded dentist’s chair. Visitors will have to avoid being slayed by Jack the Ripper and The Pumpkin Man will be on hand to give you nightmares for the rest of your days so if you enjoy a fright or two then head to Phobophobia at this year’s Halloween at the London Bridge Experience event. Scariest of them all This year’s Halloween period sees a whole host of events take place throughout London as the city is transformed once again into a costume wearing, pumpkin carving extravaganza. Although there are many events to choose from, Halloween at the London Bridge Experience is without doubt the scariest, meaning that Phobophobia should be the number one destination for all you horror fanatics out there. Family event If you’re planning on a family trip then there will be face painting and pumpkin carving on offer to keep the young ones occupied. Guardian Angles will also be on hand to accompany children through the Phobophobia experience, protecting them from anything too scary, meaning that the London Bridge Experience can be very family friendly indeed. Halloween at the London Bridge Experience takes place from Saturday 26th October – Saturday 2nd November 2013 from 6pm - 10pm for the Phobophobia event. The family friendly event runs from 1st October - 3rd November 2013, from 10.30am - 6pm. Tickets cost £23.00 for adults and £17.00 for children. Halloween at Cutty Sark Jack the Ripper Tour London Halloween at Book Club Fright Nights at Thorpe Park Halloween at Old Operating Theatre Halloween Screening at Club de Fromage Eerie Evening tours at Kensington Palace


Ticket Prices

Adult: £23.00
Children: £17.00