The London Bridge Experience has been voted the UK's scariest attraction three years in a row - and for good reason. This Halloween you are invited into the vaults under London Bridge and into the London tombs where you will have to navigate your way through haunted tunnels and past ghosts and zombies. In these tunnels you will find all manner of scary creatures, including witches, snakes, creepy clowns and spiders.
Part of the experience takes place in the vaults under the bridge - where you will learn about gruesome stories from London's past. Here you may also be joined by the odd monster or two and ghost sightings are always possible. One of the main highlights of the experience is Phobophobia, which aims to confront you with some of your greatest fears - whilst allowing you to step back in history and see the 'old England' of the London tombs. As the name suggests, Phobophobia brings you face to face with some of the most common phobias, such as arachnophobia, claustrophobia and herpetophobia.
However, not all the fear is man-made. The tombs are also steeped in history and it is reported that when work began to prepare them as a public attraction, a group of builders unearthed a collection of skeletons and from then on refused to work alone in the tombs as they believed them to be haunted. This is a good old fashioned fright fest that will scare you out of your skin.
The London Bridge Experience is child-friendly between the hours of 10:00am and 5:00pm, with guardian angels on hand to escort those who want one. After 6:00pm, the experience is geared towards a more adult audience, with an official age limit of 11+.Romanian Dracula tour El Museo de las Momias and the Day of the Dead