My visit to London Dungeons (Review)

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My visit to London Dungeons (Review)

Postby AltonTowersNerd » Fri Mar 15, 2019 12:12 pm

It was February 23rd 2019 and it was my Half-term weekend with my dad and we all went up to Westminster to visit the scared-silliest place on earth, The London Dungeon; but we didn't go there first as we walked around in London for a bit before going in the dark-age attraction; we stopped for Pret (don't kill me please) at Waterloo Station. Then after a quick hot choccy we was then on our way to the dungeons. We went into the dungeons and went through the dark-age shows; I have my own itty-bitty-living-humour as I took Veruca,Amy,Vada,Abi,Hallie,Annie and Hope, we all screamed our way through infested rat-villages, flaming London, we got a visit from Marge's pie shop "hmmmm", "mmmm... unexplained pie.", "I DON'T WANT TO BE A PIE!, I DON'T LIKE GRAVY." My favourite room has to be Sweeney Todd, the audio sync wasn't working properly, but the rest was ok, I liked it when the barber seats jerk forward just as he's about to strike you in the end. The rest was awesome must admit the admission can be a bit pricey to get in but the soundtrack outside is EPIC.
"DUMDUMDUMDUM-DADADADADA" - Midnight Syndicate's Dungeons & Dragons


Time to do some pros and cons.

Pros:
-it was new
-a true unique experience
-a dungeon opposite London Eye
-music,soundtrack and effects were brill!
-good scares from the actors and talk-guides (the girl turned me on in the Jack The Ripper show)


Cons:
-Didn't do the boat ride
-got sprayed when walking towards the Plague House "Morning evil, SPLASH SFX" not sure what that lady is saying but that's where she throws the bucket over you.
-audio-sync problems in Sweeney Todd Barbershop room

And that's mostly about it for my review about it, let me know what you think of this Merlin dark attraction, did you enjoy it, did you have similar problems, etc.

Picz:
https://photos.google.com/search/london%20dungeon/photo/AF1QipP9enobhtpscrmnL8uGtZaHjGNnsbIWWM4NfH40
Scary right innit?
https://photos.google.com/search/london%20dungeon/photo/AF1QipNQzC1xeOFXSxpIx67vRqmtPUB7dylG0B3VhZRe
I like the photo cover don't you?
https://photos.google.com/search/london%20dungeon/photo/AF1QipPPHOtSE0zv4c3PrIxDjYpgUa0tTk8R0lFKBqWG
The exterior to the dungeons, x-scuze me people don't mind me.

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