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London Bridge Experience: One of the most thrilling London attractions even young kids can enjoy
Published: Thursday 1st of April 2010
The London Bridge Experience and London Tombs offer a thrillingly scary day out - but this most impressive of London attractions pulls out all the stops to ensure that even younger children will have a fun time.
Down in the tombs, visitors will discover "an array of mysterious creatures including spiders, a stinking sewer stench and our new animatronic mongrel, which will terrify even the most dedicated dog lover".
This means that under-11s are not advised to head down there, but young visitors who do venture down with a supervising adult also have the option of being accompanied by a protective "guardian angel", should they need that extra bit of reassurance.
And parents can be assured that the attraction is educational as well as adrenalin-boosting, with a number of ancient artefacts from London Bridge's past on display as part of a unique exhibition.
There is also an extensive on-site gift shop, where visitors can purchase items such as pens, pencils and t-shirts, as well as group souvenir photographs.
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