Published on : Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Experience a multi-sensory technologically simulated recreation of the Great London Fire as the city marks its 350th anniversary on May 21 at the London Dungeon. Live actors will recreate the disaster combined with special effects.
The Great Fire which happened on September 2. 1666 sparked from the bakery of Thomas Farriner’s bakery in Pudding Lane set the packed timber houses of London alight and the city burst into flames.
The scenes that will be recalled are burning of St Paul’s and Londoners fleeing the capital in boats through the river to escape the destruction. The city was completely panic stricken as people fled for their lives.
Visitors who hid in Lard Mayor’s house look for escape after smoke creeps from beneath the door.
Prices on the door are £28.95 per adult and £24.45 per child. Book in advance online to save up to 30%. The timings and details need to be checked from the website.