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also anyone been to london bridge experience? or can recommend anywhere else?

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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
hi also wondered if anyone has done the london bridge experience what was it like?
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#1
went over it on a bus...so so.
#2
I was last there 4 years ago & I enjoyed it very much. My OH is a structural engineer & I had to literally drag him out of it as it explained in detail how the thing was built.

If you like & enjoy history, then you'll enjoy this.
#3
ive heard its suppose to be quite scary went to london dungeons last year is it similar?
#4
have heard its scary but havent seen it myself. we live in london. what kinda thing would you like to do? there's theatres parks, touristy things... you name it?
#5
julie!!!!!
ive heard its suppose to be quite scary went to london dungeons last year is it similar?


No. It's a historical walk through the building of the bridge!
#6
tracyanne1
No. It's a historical walk through the building of the bridge!


theres some new kind of exhibition there that is meant to be quite scary... like the dungeons...been there maybe 12 months i think

london tombs thats it...

Prepare Yourself!
We are going to attack all of your senses with our unique London Bridge experience and the London Tombs.

See, hear, feel, taste even smell what London Bridge was like over the ages. It’s a fun adventure through time. Experience London of old with Romans, Vikings and the odd pick-pocket or two!

We will take you through the fire of London, how London Bridge was used to punish our criminals and so much more! Its an interactive adventure, you might even find yourself donning a sword and shield to repel borders!

We don’t want to give too much away - just be ready for a thrilling experience using the latest in Hollywood style wizardry and our marvellous actors guiding you through the ages on the bridge. You will be entertained and amazed at what you see.

There are recreations of the past wooden, stone and medieval bridges, all of which include live characters in full regalia of the time. Join in the fun, have a laugh and learn something at the same time. Of course we also do our best to add a few surprises along the way – be ready for them!

When the London Bridge Experience is over you have a choice – continue your journey to the Tombs or if you really are not up to it you can go on the museum and café instead. Our advice – we wouldn’t miss it for the world!!

http://www.thelondonbridgeexperience.com/experience.asp
banned#7
I work very close by. Haven't a clue what you refer, though I cant say I've had any great experiences at London Bridge!
#8
We ae going to London on the train next Thursday for the day, hope it dont rain!
#9
ClarityofMind
theres some new kind of exhibition there that is meant to be quite scary... like the dungeons...been there maybe 12 months i think

london tombs thats it...

Prepare Yourself!
We are going to attack all of your senses with our unique London Bridge experience and the London Tombs.

See, hear, feel, taste even smell what London Bridge was like over the ages. It’s a fun adventure through time. Experience London of old with Romans, Vikings and the odd pick-pocket or two!

We will take you through the fire of London, how London Bridge was used to punish our criminals and so much more! Its an interactive adventure, you might even find yourself donning a sword and shield to repel borders!

We don’t want to give too much away - just be ready for a thrilling experience using the latest in Hollywood style wizardry and our marvellous actors guiding you through the ages on the bridge. You will be entertained and amazed at what you see.

There are recreations of the past wooden, stone and medieval bridges, all of which include live characters in full regalia of the time. Join in the fun, have a laugh and learn something at the same time. Of course we also do our best to add a few surprises along the way – be ready for them!

When the London Bridge Experience is over you have a choice – continue your journey to the Tombs or if you really are not up to it you can go on the museum and café instead. Our advice – we wouldn’t miss it for the world!!

http://www.thelondonbridgeexperience.com/experience.asp


I'm heading down in October, might catch the new part then. Thanks
#10
some ideas for you...

tower of london
london zoo
riverboat up the thames
shakespeare's globe theatre
the london eye
walk down embankment
covent garden and soho
china town
leicester sq/trafalgar square
monument
alexandra palace, enfield
buckingham palace/green park
oxford st
numerous theatre shows
cinemas...

... depends what do u wanna see....
banned#11
bitseylango
We ae going to London on the train next Thursday for the day, hope it dont rain!


Thanks for the warning. :thumbsup::w00t:
#12
guv
Thanks for the warning. :thumbsup::w00t:


I shall hunt you down :w00t:
#13
bitseylango
We ae going to London on the train next Thursday for the day, hope it dont rain!


hope you have a lovely time... x x
#14
ClarityofMind
hope you have a lovely time... x x


not a cheap day out but the kids havent been since they were little
banned#15
bitseylango
I shall hunt you down :w00t:


I'm off next Thursday..... Day trip to either Legoland, Chessington or Thorpe Park.

Was at London Eye and London Aquarium yesterday and Madam Tussauds and British Museum today. (British Museum is highly recommended - and free!) :thumbsup:
#16
guv
I'm off next Thursday..... Day trip to either Legoland, Chessington or Thorpe Park.

Was at London Eye and London Aquarium yesterday and Madam Tussauds and British Museum today. (British Museum is highly recommended - and free!) :thumbsup:


we are doing Madame Tussauds with BOGOF entry and def going to the british museum......plus the usual tourist attractions that are free to look at :)
#17
bitseylango
not a cheap day out but the kids havent been since they were little


cant say i would choose to do it during school hols.. make sure if u want to eat anywhere nice for kids like hard rock cafe or rainforest cafe you book in advance x x
banned#18
bitseylango
we are doing Madame Tussauds with BOGOF entry and def going to the british museum......plus the usual tourist attractions that are free to look at :)


Good luck! The queues were horrendous at MT. I bought those Merlin Passes (worth it for us with so many attractions nearby - and meant we just walked to the front of the line VIP style.)

Dont bother with the Aquarium - its a rip off. Price (without our free entry pass) is £15.75. I'd be gutted if I'd paid more than a fiver. London Eye is ok if you've not been on it - but its pricey also. (Yes there will be bogof deals you can get.) The Museums are always the best value. (Well they would - being free!) Natural History and Science are good places also - plus they are right next to each other.
#19
ClarityofMind
cant say i would choose to do it during school hols.. make sure if u want to eat anywhere nice for kids like hard rock cafe or rainforest cafe you book in advance x x


Afraid it wil be Maccy D's or Pizzahut for us :) Its the only time we can go with job and school commitments Im afraid.......Im prepared for it to be busy.......I think :-D
banned#20
bitseylango
Afraid it wil be Maccy D's or Pizzahut for us :) Its the only time we can go with job and school commitments Im afraid.......Im prepared for it to be busy.......I think :-D


Just as well. It will be. I've just got back. My feet are killing me!!!!:p
#21
guv
Good luck! The queues were horrendous at MT. I bought those Merlin Passes (worth it for us with so many attractions nearby - and meant we just walked to the front of the line VIP style.)

Dont bother with the Aquarium - its a rip off. Price (without our free entry pass) is £15.75. I'd be gutted if I'd paid more than a fiver. London Eye is ok if you've not been on it - but its pricey also. (Yes there will be bogof deals you can get.) The Museums are always the best value. (Well they would - being free!) Natural History and Science are good places also - plus they are right next to each other.


Kids arnt bothered about the London Eye or other attractions, just want to look at Buck house, Downing St. , Trafalger Square etc and go on the tube.........easily pleased my lot :-D
#22
the basement at the science museum has a play area for kiddies to play in, inside, good to know if its raining, and also space for you all to eat if you have bought packed lunches... the cafe there is expensive! but agree with everyone who have said the museums are great
#23
ClarityofMind
the basement at the science museum has a play area for kiddies to play in, inside, good to know if its raining, and also space for you all to eat if you have bought packed lunches... the cafe there is expensive! but agree with everyone who have said the museums are great


my boys are 14 and 12 so wouldnt be impressed if I stuck them in a kiddies area :-D:-D Museums will take up most of our day I guess, TBH we may even skip Tussauds if it looks too busy......get some culture inside them I say :-D (nothing to do with them being free..honest :whistling: )
#24
bitseylango
Kids arnt bothered about the London Eye or other attractions, just want to look at Buck house, Downing St. , Trafalger Square etc and go on the tube.........easily pleased my lot :-D


you should be able to see the changing of the guard at buck pally, you cant walk down downing street its blocked off but you can see down it from the end of the road.
#25
bitseylango
my boys are 14 and 12 so wouldnt be impressed if I stuck them in a kiddies area :-D:-D Museums will take up most of our day I guess, TBH we may even skip Tussauds if it looks too busy......get some culture inside them I say :-D (nothing to do with them being free..honest :whistling: )


oh at that age i'd say you can run them ragged. at least they travel better than little ones. what about the planetarium if they havent seen it yet? theres a kinda ride inside now too and at that age the trocadero... it used to have a rollercoaster inside it.. wonder if its still there.
banned#26
bitseylango
my boys are 14 and 12 so wouldnt be impressed if I stuck them in a kiddies area :-D:-D Museums will take up most of our day I guess, TBH we may even skip Tussauds if it looks too busy......get some culture inside them I say :-D (nothing to do with them being free..honest :whistling: )


With the queues as they were, I'd probably suggest avoiding MT. I know Lou went there yesterday (see Chesso's photo thread) and was told by someone inside, it had taken over 2 hours just to get in!

We were in and out in about 75 minutes, though we did meet up with Barrak Obamha! :w00t: Loads and Loads of photo opportunities of course. If thats your thing, then go for it. Too crowded to really take it all in, though easy enough (if your not too slow) to get piccies done.
#27
guv
With the queues as they were, I'd probably suggest avoiding MT. I know Lou went there yesterday (see Chesso's photo thread) and was told by someone inside, it had taken over 2 hours just to get in!

We were in and out in about 75 minutes, though we did meet up with Barrak Obamha! :w00t: Loads and Loads of photo opportunities of course. If thats your thing, then go for it. Too crowded to really take it all in, though easy enough (if your not too slow) to get piccies done.


gonna assess the situation when we get there now. 2 hours is a long time to waste when we only have about 9 hours in total. If its a decent day weather wise, the boys have said they are happy enough to sight see, thanks for the heads up everyone :thumbsup:
#28
ok yeah im going nxt week too have been to madame tussards,aquareum,london dungeons,zoo and london eye before so was looking for somewhere else thought about going on thames boat rides but only other place can think of is tower of london but not sure if id like it or not?
#29
julie!!!!!
ok yeah im going nxt week too have been to madame tussards,aquareum,london dungeons,zoo and london eye before so was looking for somewhere else thought about going on thames boat rides but only other place can think of is tower of london but not sure if id like it or not?


basically if you like castles you'll like the tower.

its pretty cool there so central in the city and is a fair bit of walking around. some rooms are inside, the majority of course is outside. last time we went there was some kind of drama group there acting out mediaeval scenes and they grabbed me hubby and kids to act as king queen and children which the kids thought was well cool !

have a lovely visit x

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