This Halloween, the winner of the UK’s best scare attraction has pulled out all the stops to create the most intimidating, shocking and unnerving show yet- Phobophobia 2013.
Our family friendly show will take you on a journey through the haunting history for London, be sure not to be lead astray by Jack the ripper or to be scared by the Pumpkin man. Our Guardian angel show of the London Tombs will also be on offer for those less brave.
We will be unveiling more sections that have been recently discovered, it would appear that before the area was taken over by the undead, a subterrainian village was present.
Are you brave enough to venture down and explore the very areas that they lived, worked and played in, knowing that they didn’t make it out alive?
The sightings of these undead creatures have been increasing to such a level that we can only allow the most daring and adventurous souls to enter the Tombs!
During your journey you will explore the catacombs that lay below old London Bridge, these vaults hold many dark secrets. The discovery of more than eighty bodies during construction work in 2007, is said to have awoken souls that had been undisturbed since the Plague period, when the bodies where buried.
We will warn you in advance though that this part has been voted the UK’s best scare attraction for the last 5 years.
So it is not for the faint of heart.
The Evening Show is where we really get your heart racing!
We dare you to come face to face with your fears.
Whether it’s creepy clowns, psycho doctors or the dentist’s drill, we guarantee the scariest, most exhilarating and disturbingHalloween yet. Touch the blood stained walls, taste death in the air and feel your way through the haunted catacombs of London Bridge
Be aware– only the bold, temerarious and brave make it through.
The cautious, careful and prudent should tread carefully.
You never know what is lurking round each corner.
With new sets to explore such as the Dickensian bar and the Runaway Train, Halloween will also see the unveiling of Hell’s Kitchen, where our Cannibal Chef is cooking up a storm and the Circus of Fear, where the clowns taunt and play!
Dare you face your phobias this year at Phobophobia?
Check out our Halloween 2012 trailer and get ready for a total scarefest!
To find out more about it, stay tuned because we are currently working on our biggest and scariest Halloween project ever!
The London Bridge Experience & London Tombs, winners of the UK's Scariest visitor attraction for the past three years, invite you, your friends and your family to join us this Halloween, for London's ultimate horror show! Our Phobophobia London Halloween event will leave you wondering if you have reached the very limit of your fear, and promises to chill you to the bone on a tour through the London Tombs!
Halloween is the time of year when the darkest goriest creatures...dare to venture out to come and play. Attacking all of your senses, and challenging all of your phobias, The London Bridge Experience and the horror that is The London Tombs have pulled out all of the stops to create a show that will test your nerves!
During the day...
The history behind the horror!
10am-6pm 17th October - 1st November (Family friendly). Our family shows are suitable for all ages, exploring 2000 years of London Bridges dark Halloween history. Travel back in time and be taken on a journey led by first class actors and the stunning special effects throught London's scariest attraction. After The London Bridge Experience you will be given the option to descend into the London Tombs-winner of the "Best Year Round Scare attraction" at the Screamie Awards for the past 3 years, for our special Halloween experience. We do offer a Guardian Angel tour for our younger guests allowing them to experience the Tombs in a less scary format.
Extreme scares - Halloweens most hellish event!
7pm-Late 27th October-31st October (over 11's only). What can only be described as the ultimate Halloween show, Phobophobia focuses on the fear of fear itself. Phobophobia, 2011 brings you face to face with the subject of common phobias, as well as a few bizarre ones. Make your way past walls that are dripping in blood, squeeze through confined spaces and gasp in terror as you're met with spiders, snakes, ghosts and ghouls, cackling witches and creepy clowns. Deep within the gothic catacombs under London Bridge sinister spirits are poised to prey on unsuspecting visitors. The London Bridge Experience and the London Tombs have joined forces to create Phobophobia 2011 to ensure Halloween this year is a genuine fright fest!
This Halloween, The London Bridge Experience & London Tombs leave you at the mercy of the Bloody Butcher and his hellish clan, guaranteeing to give you the scariest, nerve shredding, most exhilarating and pulse racing Halloween yet! Also new for 2011 - we will exclusively be featuring the Human Centipede (First Sequence)!
Dr Heiter from the Human Centipede (Dieter Laser) has confirmed he will be at our Phobophobia Evening Shows from Thursday 27th Oct to Saturday 29th Oct!
Do you feel influenced by the exploits of Dr Josef Heiter? Send us photographs or videos of your own attempts to create a Human Centipede to win 5 VIP tickets for you and your centipede victims, to Phobophobia 2011 and the London Bridge Experience over Halloween!
Deadline for entries is midnight on 24th October 2011, winner will be notified by email. All explicit entries will be disqualified, and removed from our Facebook page.
The London Bridge Experience & London Tombs, winners of the UK'S Scariest Attraction for both 2008 and 2009, invite you, your friends and your family to join us for 2010's most frightening Halloween event to remember. Our Phobophobia experience is a full on horror show, unstoppable and very very scary.
Halloween is the time of year when we let our creatures to come out and play. The London Bridge Experience is no exception. Attacking all of your senses and challenging all of your phobias, The London Bridge Experience and The London Tombs is the ultimate Halloween destination
Full of dark corners, rotting meat, crawling spiders, death and decay, howling spirits, eerie clowns, slithering snakes and confined spaces, our Halloween show is set to test your nerve.
Not only do we have evening events, but we also have special family shows throughout the day which combine elements of darkness whilst also being informative with a Halloween focus. Fun for all the family both young and old.
If you dare to brave one of our daytime shows, you'll also have the chance to face your fears on the Hellevator - London's deadliest lift. This new attraction is opening for the first time during the Halloween period and is sure to leave you a bumbling mess.
The London Bridge Experience & London Tombs' general manager, James Kislingbury comments: "Halloween is a large and ever-growing celebration. We take it as a personal challenge here at The London Bridge Experience to bring in a show that will leave London trembling. The fear industry is getting better and scarier, combining real fear with the latest technology to stun, scare and entertain visitors."
Given a ’12’ rating, Phobophobia is the ultimate Halloween show, and with shows taking place throughout the evening from 6.00pm until 1.00am on 29, 30 and 31 October 2010, you’ll need some serious courage to experience this. Our more friendly daytime show will be running throughout the day from October 18 - November 1. Children under the age of 11 must be accompanied by an adult.
The first part of the attraction is a trip back in time through the life of London Bridge - from the first bridge built by the Romans over 2000 years ago up until the present day.
Then, located within the eerie catacombs underneath London Bridge, the dark corridors and desolate tunnels of The London Tombs are famously haunted sites. During construction, some builders even refused to go back on site due to unexplained events occurring down in the depths.
Blood-stained walls, putrid decaying air and piercing screams in the darkness will have you quaking in your boots. Beware - only the bold, brave and downright courageous will make it out alive. After all, you never know what is lurking round each corner......!
From The London Bridge Experience & London Tombs, winners of the UK’S Scariest attraction, this Halloween we invite you, your family and your friends to enjoy a frightening experience that will leave you wondering if you have reached the very limit of your fear threshold.
Halloween is now the second largest event in the social calendar (second only to Christmas) and the ‘Scare Industry’ grows ever larger within the UK as consumers look for new challenges and a state of controlled fear.
The London Bridge Experience and London Tombs will challenge your fears and phobias as you join them for the ultimate Halloween experience, can you handle claustrophobia, arachnophobia, wiccaphobia, hemaphobia, carnophoba, ophidiophobia and many more.
Whether its dark corners, rotting meat, crawling spiders, decaying matter, howling spirits, creepy clowns, slithering snakes or confined spaces, join us this Halloween at the London Bridge Experience & The London Tombs, as we challenge you to face your fears.
Halloween is the one time of the year where the darkest creatures of all are brought to light, and the spookiest of characters come out to play. The event is focused on phobias and we have pulled out all the stops to provoke those fears.
Last Halloweens footfall topped 7,000 in two days with record sales and queues stretching from Duke Hill Street to Southwark Cathedral. Be part of the unforgettable event this year.
Not only do we have evening events, and mysterious goings on throughout the two days, there is a special family show in the daytime, which is good for all the family as it encompasses elements of darkness as well as being informative and focusing on Halloween.
Located inside the eerie catacombs underneath London Bridge, the dark corridors and desolate tunnels are renowned haunted sites. During the build, builder’s reported tools disappearing and unexplained events occurring, with some builders refusing to go back on site. The spooky stigma surrounding the tombs was encouraged by the discovery of a plague pit polluted with thirty skeletons and the regular sightings of ‘Shadow Man’ and Emily two of the many Resident Ghosts.
We guarantee the scariest, informative, most exhilarating and pulse racing Halloween yet. This Halloween, the London Bridge Experience & The London Tombs, for two days only, invites mice, rats, birds, Blood and death to its doors to share the scare of Halloween with you.
Touch the blood stained walls, taste the lifeless ridden air and feel your way through the most frightening ordeals the human body will ever endeavor. Be aware- only the bold, temerarious and brave make it through. The cautious, careful and prudent should tread carefully. You never know what is lurking round each corner.