Blackpool Dungeon tickets
Book your tickets for the Blackpool Dungeon and walk through a maze of and various sets with live actors
What you get
- Get lost in a spooky mirror maze
- Listen to the shocking history of Blackpool
- Discover horrible tales told by live actors
From£16.00 / person
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Bank Hey Street, Blackpool, England, FY1 4BJ, United Kingdom
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How long before the event do I need to book?
You can book at any time before the event
Prices from £16.00 / person
Visit the Blackpool Tower Dungeon and get ready for an exciting walk filled with fun and a bit of fear. The 10 actors will show you 1000 years of history using art theming and special effects to give you a hilarious and sometimes scary experience.
Follow the path and visit the eerie dark chapel at Lytham Priory. Listen to the monk who will tell you about the history of the Fylde Coast. Hear tales of Viking invasions, the War of the Roses, and the arrival of a new enemy showing no mercy to anyone. You will meet many other incredible actors, witness special effects, stage, and scenes during your walk. All your senses are triggered as you see, hear, touch, smell, and feel in the 360 sets.
A truly fun and exciting experience full of laughs, screams, and cutting-edge storytelling.
Location on map
You can find the Blackpool Dungeon at the bottom of The Blackpool Tower, right on the Promenade. The easiest way to reach The Blackpool Tower is by public transport, the central pier stop just a 10-minute walk.
This product benefits from:
A minimum age of 3 years is required
The disabled access into The Blackpool Tower is via Bank Hey Street (opposite of Primark)
You can find toilets with disabled access throughout the building including a Changing Places toilet. Please keep in mind that all disabled toilets require access by radar key, you can request one at a member of staff
Caregivers must show their correct documentation at the entrance
The Dungeon tour is run in English to cater to the vast majority of visitors. Non-English speakers will still be able to enjoy the sensory nature of the tours but may not experience the attraction in the same way as those proficient in English.
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