Robert, aged 8, loves anything scary, so what would he think of the London Bridge Experience and Tombs? Find out by reading on...
Go on an adventure through the history of London Bridge. Travel through fires, shops, workshops and more, all on the same amazing day out. At one point you are in a room full of severed heads!
You will also learn what happens after the executions (all done by a particularly nice guy named George.), become a roman soldier, and find out about wintertime on the bridge. My favourite bit of the Experience was when the owner of a pub gave me a gun, said "you're the guard now, look at the crime scene", and told me to check in the next room. I also liked going in a passageway which moved up, down and diagonally. It was fun, interesting and had a lot of loud sounds and vibrating chairs.
The London Tombs
This was much scarier than the London Bridge Experience part...
Something odd is happening in London and seaweed and cobwebs hang on the walls as you go through the city.
Squeezing through tight spaces was my favourite bit. You go through a circus and a boneyard and even a butcher's house, which is full of meat hanging from the ceiling. The butcher had a chain saw. Monsters' arms and legs crash through cages, so be careful you don't get caught. The scariest bit was when monsters crept in from secret doors and touched you.
The only bit I thought was weird was when I saw one of the helpers holding a McDonalds cup. I didn't think McDonalds was around in the 16th, 17th and 18th Century.
This was an awesome day out. I would recommend it to ages 7 plus because everyone, my dad and all the other people were enjoying it. I would give it 5 stars.
The London Bridge Experience costs £19 for adults and £13 for children aged between 5 and 14.