The Berlin Dungeon, opened in 2013, is one of the scariest top sights in Berlin. Here visitors can experience 800 years of dark Berlin history in several shows.
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Berlin Dungeon | 800 years of spooky Berlin history
The scary side of Berlin history can be experienced in the Berlin Dungeon. 800 years of the city’s dark history – from the Middle Ages to the 20th century – are presented in several live shows with professional actors and actresses. Visitors encounter dark figures from Berlin’s past, including the notorious serial killer Carl Großmann, mysterious crypt guards and torturers. Experience scary experiences such as the plague, a visit to a torture chamber or the labyrinth of the Hohenzollern in this attraction. Another highlight is an indoor free fall tower with a 12 meter free fall into the dark.
Berlin Dungeon Shows
There are a total of nine eerie shows about the darkest moments in the city’s history. The following shows are currently included:
- Horror Elevator
- The torture chamber
- Escape through
- the secret tunnels
- The Plague Road
- The Secret Court
- The labyrinth of the Hohenzollern
- The white woman
- the serial killer of Berlin
- the free fall
The shows are combined in one tour. Experience Berlin’s history in an original and unique way. Excitement, fun and adventure as well as perfect entertainment are guaranteed. The shows are included in the price.
In addition to Berlin, there are other dungeons in the world. So if it wasn’t enough for you, you can visit the following cities.
- London Dungeon
- Hamburg Dungeon
- Berlin Dungeon
- Amsterdam Dungeon
Spandauer Str. 2, 10178 Berlin
Wednesday to Sunday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (last admission 6 p.m.)
Only on October 29th and 30th, 12:00 p.m. to midnight (last admission 11:00 p.m.)
Please inform yourself again about the current admission times before you start your journey.
Tickets normally cost 24 euros. Discounts are possible.
Children up to and including the age of 14 are only allowed access when accompanied by an adult. In principle, children under the age of 8 are not permitted. It can get very spooky, so an age limit of 10 years is recommended.
You can also save with the Berlin WelcomeCard.
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