Available as part of the attractions’ corporate package, the Tavern transports guests back to 1896. In true Victorian fashion, where Jack the Ripper is on everyone’s lips, guests will be met by scoundrels, villains and working girls propping up the bar.
The Tavern experience concludes the Dungeon tour and includes a drink on arrival, actor led tour of the Dungeons, a visit to Mrs Lovett’s pie shop and a bottle of gin fizz in ‘ten bells pub’. Before rustic platters served in the Tavern featuring a selection of pub classic bowl food options and dessert canapés, developed by Food by Dish.
As the story unravels around you, told by a boastful East End landlady and landlord, amid rumours of a ghost and tales about the Great Beer Flood, no two table experiences are the same, but they’ll tell anyone who cares to listen.
Gareth McTiffin, marketing and events manager at Merlin Events London commented: “The London Dungeon offers some of the most exciting and engaging audience participation events. The Tavern is a great addition to our corporate offering, allowing guests to interact, with the actors as well as each other, it certainly becomes a talking point for visitors. We’re always looking to improve our delegate experience, and the Tavern is a fun, unique end to an evening at the London Dungeon.”