- 700 years of history in 9 live shows with real actors
- A journey back to the time of the 1576 epidemic plague
- Improvised intervention of participants in the related stories
- Shows in German or English
- Exclusive Express ticket
|Included||Entrance in the Berlin Dungeon, priority entrance with VIP ticket|
|Categories||Attractions, Museums, Explore & Discover, Attractions in Berlin, Museums in Berlin, Attractions in Berlin, Museums in Berlin|
Daily 10:00 - 18:00
|Requirements||Minimum age 8 years (recommended 10 years); children up to 14 years old only accompanied by an adult; children under 10 years need in addition a written consent of the legal guardian; no heart diseases|
|Important information||Shows take 60 minutes and start every few minutes; the last show is at 5 pm between 1st of November and 20th of December and besides this the last show is at 4 pm|
Spandauer Str. 2, 10178 Berlin
Offered byBerlin Dungeon
The Dungeon is a scary retelling of the darkest chapters in the history of Berlin. Anyone who joins this journey in time will get scary insights into the capital's history of the last 700 years presented live.
The attractions of this special journey are:
- The Horror Elevator
- Berlins Old Library
- Run Away on the Spree
- Epidemic street: Meet the Doctor
- Torture Chamber
- The Secret Court
- The Lost Catacombs
- The White Lady
- Berlins Butcher
A slighly wrecked elevator goes sharply downhill with an introduction from an unpredictable court jester. After a horror history lecture with the softer Pater Roderick from the 14th Century, you will travel back time just before the epidemic plague of 1576 that brought back death in town.
After the plague doctor, the seemingly hopeless torture chamber and the secret court you will enter the lost catacombs. Here you have to find your way throughout the labyrinth and discover the legend of the White Lady. You will meet closely this 17th century woman and in the next chapter you may find out what secrets lie behind the powerful noises from the children's sarcophagus.
At the end you will meet Berlin's butcher, Carl Großmann. He will wait for you at his house in the butcher's table.
The Dungeon is open 364 days of the year and only remains closed on December 24th. From November 1st until December 20th, the performance ends at 5 pm.