PIck your venue wisely and you might meet, or should that be meat Sweeney Todd, Burke and Hare or Guy Fawkes or take a chance on the Drop Dead Ride.
Whichever city Dungeon you choose to visit you can smell the smells- and they weren't always pleasant, meet the creepy people who used to walk the streets and risk being singled out by the characters bringing our shady history to life.
The London Dungeon has recently been revamped and is now billed as being bigger, bolder and better. You can enjoy - if enjoy is the word - Henry's Wrath Boat Ride, explore Whitechapel Labrynth or see who's guilty before The Judge.
The Torturer at Edinburgh Dungeon will help you learn what your insides look like and the truly sensitive might spot Mary King's ghost. Look for William Wallace who might teach you what happened when he was captured - if you think you really want to know!
At York Dungeon they are celebrating a Summer of Stink and in the Doctors Surgery you can experience the sights, sounds and even smell of The Plague. Or you could experience the final moments of Dick Turpin or learn more about Clifford's Tower with a creepy Benedictine Monk. (check out some amazing special effects!)
Tickets normally cost between £10 (online) or £15.60 (on door) for adults and £7 and £11.40 for children up to 15 years old. Booking online gives significant savings and priority entry so well worth it!
However one lucky reader and their family can enjoy all of this dark fun for free with my giveaway. I am offering a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) to be used at the Dungeon attraction in London, York, Edinburgh, Hamburg or Amsterdam.
Just scroll down to the rafflecopter entry form below - the more little tasks you complete the more likely you are to win! Enjoy and Good Luck!
Small print-stuff, worth reading!
The Dungeon's promoters suggest the attractions are not suitable for people of a nervous disposition or young children. Children under 15 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Entry is at the discretion
of the parent/guardian and the Dungeons reserve the right to refuse entry without explanation.
Please note - prize ticket cannot be used at the Castle Dungeon at Warwick Castle. Ticket is non-refundable and non-exchangeable and is not for resale. The ticket is not valid in conjunction with any other offer, promotion or voucher. If you win, please read the small print on the ticket before visiting re; possible exhibit changes and suitability.
s murky past, turning 1,000 years of history into 90 minutes of laughs, scares, theatre, shocks, rides, special effects, characters, jokes, mazes and storytelling.