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London Eye, Madame Tussauds + more confirm reopening

Iconic attractions across London will ropen from 1 August 2020 in line with safety guidance.

Some of London’s most popular and iconic attractions will reopen from 1 August 2020 in line with government guidance.

Merlin Entertainments have confirmed that The London Eye, Madame Tussauds London, SEA LIFE London Aquarium, The London Dungeon and Shrek’s Adventure will once again be welcoming visitors from across the globe to England’s capital.

As well as world class best practices in health and safety, each attraction has introduced further measures to ensure safety for all visitors, including social distancing and enhanced cleaning routines.

Every attraction has also reduced its capacity limit, meaning groups will remain at a safe distance at all times, and promising a more personal experience for all.

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The London Eye
Fly over the city skyline in one of the thirty-two 360° viewing capsules.
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Madame Tussauds London
Become a star for the day and mix with film stars, music moguls, action heroes and more.
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SEA LIFE London Aquarium
Get closer to the wonder of the oceans.
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The London Dungeon
Be whiskey away to the capital’s perilous past, and see, hear, feel and smell London’s dark history.
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Shrek’s Adventure
Embark on a hilarious adventure to Far Far Away with Shrek and friends.
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Together, the five iconic London attractions form a key part of London’s unique visitor experience, delving over, under and into the very heart of the city and its awe-inspiring legacy.

The history of these attractions dates back to 1835, when Marie Tussaud opened her first wax museum, Madame Tussauds. The attraction now transports fans into the midst of showbiz parties, political meetings, and action packed films for the ultimate fame experience.

The London Dungeon followed in 1974, originally also opened as a wax museum depicting the often-gruesome history of the city. It has since evolved into a fully immersive experience, bringing visitors face to face with Jack The Ripper, Sweeney Todd and many more of the city’s most notorious inhabitants. It delivers the sights, smells, sounds and feel of a dark past, bringing the “bad old days” to life.

SEA LIFE London Aquarium opened its doors in 1997, boasting the shark walk, which has quickly become a firm favourite for visitors of all ages. Visitors can brave the depths of the Pacific and trek through the Amazon Rainforest, all from London’s stunning South Bank.

Built to mark the new millennium, The London Eye has been offering panoramic views of England’s capital ever since. Location high above the city, it overlooks Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, offering unparalleled, spectacular views as far as Windsor Castle on a clear day.

Shrek’s Adventure marks the newest attraction of the five, delivering a little bit of magic to young children and their families. The attraction whisks visitors into the otherworldly Far Far Award, including a flying bus ride and more than a few face-to-face interactions with their favourite characters.

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The London Eye, Madame Tussauds, The London Dungeon, SEA LIFE London Aquarium and Shrek’s Adventure will all open their doors from Saturday 1 August 2020 with additional health and safety measures in place.