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3 things worth shouting about:

  1. Live actors and spooky special effects will scare you half to death (you’ve been warned)
  2. See the grisliest parts of Lancashire’s history in areas like The Labyrinth and The Dark Chapel
  3. The Drop Dead drop ride is guaranteed to get your heart racing

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What’s there to do at Blackpool Tower Dungeon?

Jester actor leaning towards camera at Blackpool Dungeon

Lift Jester


The torturer scares group of visitors at Blackpool Tower Dungeon in the Torture chamber of Lancaster Castle

The Torturer


Alizon Device at the Pendle Witches attraction at The Blackpool Tower Dungeon

Pendle Witches


Drop dead ride at Blackpool Tower Dungeon

Drop Dead: Drop Ride


Bar tender pouring drinks at The Red Lion in Blackpool Dungeon

The Red Lion

Themed Area

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The Blackpool Tower Dungeon tips and tricks


Neil says

"The escape room is worth the extra cash"

We paid a bit extra to do the escape room and loved it.

Marylin's user display pic

Marylin says

"Definitely spooky!"

We were shocked how scary it really was but we loved it!

Neil 's user display pic

Neil says

"Expect the unexpected"

Keep your wits about you... and maybe bring spare underwear haha!

What to expect at The Blackpool Tower Dungeon

Lancashire’s history? It’s ‘orrible – believe us

Blackpool Towers Dungeon serves up sccops of seaside ‘I scream’ with sprinkles of terror.

Live actors will guide you through 10 horrifying shows, bringing 1000 years of Lancashire’s grisly history (back) to life with immersive sets, special effects and an adrenaline-inducing drop ride.

Ever wondered what gruesome remedies victims of the Black Plague used to treat themselves? Or what barbaric punishments The Torturer subjected treacherous peasants to in the dark depths of Lancaster Castle? You’ll see (and smell) it all here.

Try to avoid a haunting from Meg Shelton, the infamous Witch of Woodplumpton before giving the eerie Pendle woods a visit where you’ll be sentenced for your crimes. The verdict? Jump on the Drop Dead ride to find out. The clue’s in the name.

Before you leave, settle your nerves with snacks and a drink at The Red Lion. Better make it a double.

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Facilites you'll find at The Blackpool Tower Dungeon

  • Serves Alcohol
  • On-site Pub/Bar(s)
  • On-site Café(s)
  • Wheelchair Hire
  • Free Wifi
  • Off-site Parking
  • Parking (Charges Apply)
  • Toilets

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Tower Entrance, Bank Hey St, Blackpool, Lancashire

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Blackpool Tower Dungeon Opening Times

Mon - Fri 10:30am - 5pm

Sat - Sun 10:30am - 6pm

Please note - all opening times are subject to seasonal changes.

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The Blackpool Tower Dungeon at a glance

The Blackpool Tower Dungeon is an attraction based in Blackpool. It is listed in Tourist Attractions Interactive Experiences Historical Attractions Days Out for Adults . We have tickets available starting at £16.00.

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Here are the questions people are asking about The Blackpool Tower Dungeon

How long does The Blackpool Tower Dungeons take?

Every tour around the Dungeons takes approximately 90 minutes.

Do you have to go on the ride at The Blackpool Tower Dungeons?

The Drop Dead ride is optional – if you don’t fancy it, that’s not a problem, you can just move onto the next area of the attraction.

Does the ride at The Blackpool Tower Dungeons have a height restriction?

The Drop Dead ride has a minimum height restriction of 1.4m and isn’t suitable for pregnant women.

What age is Blackpool Tower Dungeons suitable for?

The recommended age is 12 years and older, but if your kids are particularly brave, they’re welcome to come too – as long as they’re 5 or over. Anyone under 15 must be accompanied by an adult (18+). Anyone with a nervous disposition might be better choosing one of the Tower’s less fear-inducing attractions.

When is the best time to visit The Blackpool Tower Dungeons?

Blackpool Tower Dungeons is usually open from February – November. Weekends and school holidays tend to be the busiest times. If you’re looking for a quiet time to visit, midweek term time dates are a good choice. Early morning and late afternoon timeslots are often slightly quieter too, but this can vary.

Can I take food into Blackpool Tower Dungeon?

Food and drink are not permitted to be taken or consumed in Blackpool Dungeon. Drinks and bar snacks are available to purchase at The Red Lion after your tour.

Is The Blackpool Tower Dungeon wheelchair accessible?

The Dungeons are accessible to wheelchair users however, due to the nature of the attraction, some floor surfaces are uneven. Wheelchair spaces are also limited and must be confirmed via the official website.

Where is The Blackpool Tower Dungeon?

Its located right at the bottom of The Blackpool Tower so you can’t miss it. If you’re driving, follow the M6 to Junction 32, take the M55 to Junction 4 and follow the big brown signs for Town Centre attractions. It’s just 10 minutes’ walk from Blackpool North train station and most city buses stop here too.

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