Family Day Out – Win Tickets To The London Dungeons

Berice Baby have teamed up with The London Dungeons to offer a family ticket to one of London top attractions. Would you like to be in with a chance of winning a family* ticket for a fun day out?

“BIGGER. BOLDER. BETTER.
“We are the ultimate thrill-filled journey through London’s murky past, turning 1,000 years of history into 90 minutes of laughs, scares, theatre, shocks, rides, special effects, characters, jokes, mazes and storytelling.
Now that our characters are settled in their new County Hall home, you should drop on by… Sweeney would love to meat you.”

JACK THE RIPPER

Come in from the storm. Have a pint (don’t mind if we do) and settle those nerves. However this is no ordinary pub, this is the Ten Bells where Jack the Ripper’s victims once drank.

GUY FAWKES – THE GUNPOWDER PLOT

In this show you’ll encounter: Conspirators on a secret mission. The blowhard soldiers of Parliament.
A room filled with gunpowder and the world’s most famous plotter (or at least… part of him).
This is an experience filled with intrigue, conspiracy and danger. Discover The Gunpowder Plot, and what really happened beneath the Houses of Parliament on that November night in 1605.

If you would like the chance to win tickets to London’s best horror attraction all you have to do is complete the rafflecopter below. The more entries you complete the better chances you have in winning.

Competition Rules – Please complete the six mandatory entry’s then a round of optional extras will start, you do not have to complete any of these entries, they are just if you would like some extra points. The more points the better your chance of winning.Please check the full T&Cs at the bottom of the rafflecopter application, this giveaway is open to the UK ONLY,

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To be in with a chance of winning family tickets to The London Dungeons all you have to do is complete the rafflecopter entries below. The more you complete the better chances you have in winning.

UK ONLY

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76 comments

  1. Do the Resident Evil films count? haha. Love them!

    Alex
    http://www.Bump-to-Baby.com
    UK based Lifestyle & Parenting Blog

  2. an american werewolf in london

  3. the ring

  4. Psycho (the original)

    Kathy D

  5. The Shining – my older cousin put it on when I was 7 and I had nightmares for a fortnight 🙂

  6. The Shining… Its a brilliant film!

  7. It has to be the shining, Jack Nicholson’s descent into madness is terrifying, and the moody shots, its definitely watch through the fingers time

  8. Shaun of the Dead. Does that count as scary? 😉

  9. the woman in black

  10. The Shinning

  11. wes cravens nightmare on elm street series of films @mandsmanc

  12. I dont like horror films I got scared as aa child watching jaws but I know my family would love the dungeons
    @bella97p

  13. I don’t watch scary films

  14. The shining

  15. The ring, both versions alana

  16. Pam Francis Gregory

    My Little Eye – Very Scary!

  17. Living Dead

  18. Frankenweenie

  19. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre

  20. Nightmare on Elm Street :0)

  21. jeepers creepers

  22. All the Saw films are my favourite

  23. Any zombie movie , i hate zombies

  24. Its suppose to be kiddi friendly but Gremlins still scares me!!!

    Helen booth

  25. would love to win x

  26. I get scared at silence of the lambs lol!

  27. Nightmare on lm Stret, first horror film I watched and it still chills me now

  28. Nightmare on elm street

    Kel

  29. I don’t really watch horror films, I prefer a good comedy 🙂

  30. I thought Orphan was fantastic!

  31. The original night of the living dead

    trevor linvell

  32. I love Scream!

  33. A Nightmare on Elm Street

  34. The decent. It was the first film I watched with my now husband when we first met and it gave me nightmares for weeks lol!! x

  35. Hellraiser, really creeped me out!

  36. The Blair Witch Project

  37. I haven’t watched a scary film in over 7/8 years! I have an over active imagination. I do love gory history though 😀

  38. Definitely Jaws as it has an element of realsim that sci fi films don’t have

  39. Insidious

  40. The Haunting (1963) is the creepiest but the Evil Dead films always make me jump!

  41. The Haunting (1963) is the creepiest but the Evil Dead films always make me jump.

  42. not really keen on scary movies, they make me jump too much!

  43. i dont really like scary movies, they make me jump too much!!!!

  44. mine is the film :it:
    About 20 years ago it was my friends birthday and her mum thought it would be good to get a clown film for us all to watch !!!! have never managed to watch it since but always makes me chuckle to think about it

  45. paranormal watched first one was so scared

  46. I havnt watched a scary film since the grudge, it was just too much for me

  47. My favourite horrot film is the ring

  48. I’m not a fan of horror but I do like the London Dungeons!

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