The YORK Dungeon: Where's Jack? This summer 25th July - 6th September 2015
One of the world’s most notorious serial killers, Jack the Ripper, is coming to The York Dungeon this summer in a new spine-chilling show – Where’s Jack?
The killer, whose identity remains unknown to this day, terrorised the streets of Victorian London for four months in 1888, before vanishing without a trace. It is widely believed that he travelled to York to prevent capture and continue his murderous activities.
Who was Jack?! Where did he go and did he strike again? Will The York Dungeon finally unravel the mystery? Visitors will get the latest insight from Sidney the newspaper seller as well as hearing the latest word on the street from Ann McDonald - a local ‘Working Girl’.
Watch out for jumps, screams and spine-chilling fun presented in The York Dungeon’s inimitable style.
Visitors will also receive a free collectible ‘Vintage’ newspaper (per transaction), dishing all the dirt on Jack the Ripper.
As part of the experience at the award-winning attraction, thrill-seekers can also enjoy an 75 minute journey through 2,000 years of York's dark history. Guided by a full cast of actors, visitors will walk through The Dungeon, moving from show to show. Shows are based on York’s real history (minus the boring bits) where you can get up close and personal with local legends including Eric Bloodaxe and Dick Turpin.
Where’s Jack? will be running for just six weeks and advance booking is essential to avoid horrible disappointment.
The York Dungeon
The York Dungeon is a unique visitor attraction that brings together an amazing cast of theatrical actors, special effects, stages, scenes and rides in a truly unique and exciting walkthrough experience that you see, hear, touch, smell and feel. It's hilarious fun and sometimes a bit scary.
Your 70 minute journey will take you through 2000 years of Yorkshire's dark history. Guided by a full cast of actors, you and your companions walk through The Dungeon, moving from show to show. Shows are based on real York history (minus the boring bits). You'll get up close and personal with local legends including Guy Fawkes and the infamous Dick Turpin.
It's a fully themed experience. That means 360° sets, full on authenticity and theatrical storytelling. On your journey you'll pass through the Golden Fleece Pub, where you’ll never drink alone, and the NEW Tudors' Show with Henry VIII on a war path, no-one is safe!
Why not combine your visit to York Dungeonl with other famous attractions and activities in York such as York Bird Of Prey Centre or Jorvik Viking Centre
The York Dungeon invites you to a unique feast of fun with history’s horrible bits. Live actors, shows and special effects transport you back to those black, bleak times. Are you brave enough to delve into the darkest chapters of history? Herded into the forest by murderous Vikings, don’t look back as they obliterate everything and everyone in their path. Will you escape the most brutal fighters in York’s history…..??? Travel to the dark depths of the dungeons of York Prison, where murderer, thief and torturer Dick Turpin the infamous highwayman waits for his death at the gallows.
In the most haunted city in England, come and experience the presence of ghosts which will chill your very bones as you stand in the silent yet chilling air. It’s the 16th century and the terrible plague has struck York again. Thousands are dying, appallingly disfigured and in unspeakable agony. Will you escape the deadly disease?
Our 17th century judge knows exactly what you have been up to….and you could be left to languish in the rat infested dungeon for it…or be given a gruesomely fun task to perform… but who knows who the judge will on? The York Dungeon brings York’s horrible history to life with 11 live shows, actors and special effects.
York’s torturer always finds a way to get you talking, whether with the hook, the castrator, the jaw breaker, or the creeping agony of the rack. Maybe he’ll loosen your tongue the hard way, with the tongue-tearer!
The Great Plague
It’s the 16th century and the terrible plague has struck York again. Thousands are dying, appallingly disfigured and in unspeakable agony. Will you escape the deadly disease or run out screaming?
Labyrinth of the Lost
Who dares enter the Labyrinth of the Lost? Here lies the ancient Roman fortress of Emperor Constantine, buried beneath York Minster. Every treacherous turn takes you closer to the grim ghosts of a Lost Roman Legion.
Judgement of Sinners
It is the middle of the 18th Century and England’s justice system is harsh, unpredictable and frequently lethal. Some 220 offences are punishable by death. Pray the judge has pity on your soul. Your sentencing and fate await you!
Witches: Burned Alive
The witch hunt is on! Hear the screams and feel the heat as the accused are burnt alive before your eyes. Will you escape the persecution or will you meet your end at the stake?
A shattered monastery lies around you, ransacked and despoiled. Even this house of God isn’t safe from the violent greed of Eric Bloodaxe and his heathen warriors. In fact, what’s that noise outside..? You run into the forest, murderous Vikings on your tail, obliterating everything and everyone in their path. Don’t look back! Run! Will you escape the most brutal fighters in York’s history?
Remember, remember the 5th of November; gunpowder, treason and plot! Follow the explosive story of Guy Fawkes as he and his treasonous accomplices plot the downfall of the English King and Parliament in the most spectacular way possible: a massive, underground explosion that will destroy them and the symbol of their rule! But the plot is foiled, and Guy Fawkes is arrested. He has sworn not to give up the names of his co-conspirators, but let’s see if a little brutal torture can loosen his tongue…
Ghosts of York
A creepy whistle rides on the cold air. A feeling of resentment and anger surrounds you. Your senses tell you that you are not alone. Through the dark silence comes a haunting wail… and then suddenly a pale figure appears before you, a vengeful, ghostly presence that leaves you paralysed by fear! Will you hold your nerve in the depths of the most haunted city in England? Or will you run for your life?!
Travel to the dark depths of York Prison where murderer, thief, and infamous highwayman Dick Turpin awaits his death at the gallows. After years of stealing livestock, robbing stage-coaches and murdering those who came after him, he’s about to meet his well-deserved fate at the end of a rope! But suddenly you enter your worst nightmare: a pitch-dark cell, a waiting hangman and Turpin… who wants his revenge in blood!
The York Dungeon is not recommended for those of a nervous disposition or young children. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Dates & Times
6th January - 31st January 11am - Last entry 4.00pm
1st February - 14th February 10.30am - Last entry 4.30pm
February Half Term (15th - 23rd) 10.30am - Last entry4.30pm
24th February - 31st March 10.30am - Last entry 4.30pm
1st April - 4th April 10.00am - Last entry 4.30pm
Easter Holiday (5th April - 22nd April) 10:00am - Last entry 5.30pm
23rd April - 23rd May 10.00am - Last entry 4.30pm
May Bank Holiday (5th May) &
May Half Term (23rd - 31st May) 10.00am - Last entry 5.30pm
2nd June - 22nd July 10.00am - Last entry 4.30pm
(23rd July - 1st September 10.00am - Last entry5.30pm
2nd September - 24th October 10.30am - Last entry 4.30pm
October Half Term
(25th October - 2nd November) 10.30am - Last entry4.30pm
3rd November - 19th December 10.30am - Last entry 4.30pm
Christmas Holidays (20th - 31st December) 11.00am - Last entry 4.00pm
The York Dungeon is open every day except Christmas Day
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