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The London Dungeon is a dark ride at the Universal Studios theme parks. The London Dungeon is located in the theme park’s Hollywood section, adjacent to the movie studio lot used for films based on Universal properties. The London Dungeon opened in 2012 as a new attraction inspired by H.G. Wells’ novel The Ghost Story of Eyle Church and other tales set in Victorian England. The premise is that visitors are visiting Dr. Henry Jekyll’s home, which has been transformed into the London Dungeon by evil forces from another dimension called the Negative Zone who invaded Earth through an ancient doorway hidden beneath Jekyll’s house. During your visit, you will explore the interior of Eyle House and learn about its history and hear ghost stories about its previous owners such as Dr. Jekyll and his fiancee, Miss Alice Hyde-Blackmore (both played by actors). There are also several scenes with live actors playing supporting characters such as Mr. Hyde (played by an actor), Mrs. Hyde (an actress) and supernatural investigators Kitty Fox (played by an actress), Inspector Casey (an actor) and others who make up The Ghost Investigators Club of London. You can visit this amazing attraction in The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 7PB.

The London Dungeons

You don’t need to be a biter to visit the London Dungeon
The London Dungeon is a dark ride. In order to ride the London Dungeon, you need to be at least 10 years old and be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The idea of the ride is that you are visiting the London Dungeon and then you will be invited to visit Dr. Jekyll’s home and see if some of the things you saw there are really true. The same thing applies if you visit the theme park in Orlando: You don’t need to be a biter to visit the London Dungeon. Also, even if you have seen the London Dungeon, visiting the home of Dr. Jekyll might be interesting for you.

What you’ll experience when visiting the London Dungeon
The London Dungeon is a combination of a dark ride, a haunted house and a live show, all in one. The majority of the London Dungeon is a dark ride where your group enters a virtual world and does what you would do in a real-life dark ride. The London Dungeon is divided into different areas, each with its own theme: The Mortuary: A macabre setting in which you will encounter ghosts who were once human beings. The Infirmary: This is where the doctor died and the doorway to the Negative Zone was discovered just like here. Laboratory: In this section of the London Dungeon, visitors are invited to try various experiments that can be dangerous. The Mystery Scene: In the Mystery Scene of the London Dungeon, you will learn more about the history of the house and Dr. Jekyll, while you will encounter actors playing ghosts and other characters. The Ghost Investigation Room: The Ghost Investigation Room is where you will learn about modern-day ghost hunting and try to detect ghosts using various instruments such as a sound meter and a ghost detector.

Tips for visiting the London Dungeon ride
– Visit the London Dungeon during the day: While many people visiting the London Dungeon in the day recommend visiting the dark ride at night, some people said that the ride was much better when it was not so crowded. According to many visitors, the London Dungeon is better at night when it’s less crowded. – Get there early: Some visitors said that the London Dungeon was much better when they visited the ride at 10:00 or 11:30 am instead of at 2:00 pm or 3:00 pm. – Get an audio guide: The London Dungeon has audio guides that you can download and access while you’re visiting the ride. The guides are narrated by actors who go into great detail about the setting of the London Dungeon where they mention famous people who have lived in the house and the history of the house. The guides are available in several languages. – Take a jacket: Many visitors said that they were very cold inside the London Dungeon, especially in the Mortuary area. So if you want to enjoy the dark ride, take a jacket or wrap. – Look at the map: The map of the London Dungeon is available in several languages and can help you navigate the different areas of the London Dungeon. – Be careful when trying the experiments: Visitors said that they don’t recommend trying the experiments inside the laboratory because they can be dangerous. Also, the experiments are not explained on the map and you can easily get lost inside the laboratory. Our next stop is in our journey in London is:

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