London Dungeon moves home

After 38 years famous tourist attraction the London Dungeon is moving from its home on Tooley Street at London Bridge to the vaults under County Hall.

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London Dungeon moves to County Hall

The London Dungeons recreation of the Ten Bells pub, famous for its association with the Victorian Ripper murders. Credit: ITN

After 38 years at its current site tourist attraction the London Dungeon is moving home.

Today marks the last day that the dungeons will open their doors at Tooley Street. The move will see the attraction housed in vaults underneath County Hall at the South Bank.

Some items from Tooley Street will be sold off at a car boot sale in Pimlico on Sunday, where shoppers will be able to choose from fake severed limbs and a stash of eyeballs, as well as other props and costumes.

A model of a Ripper murder victim at the London Dungeons. Credit: ITN
The new attraction is due to open in March. Credit: London Dungeon
The plans for the new exhibition. Credit: London Dungeon
Is that a gunpowder plotter under the table? Credit: London Dungeon

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