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“Curious, Weird, Wonderful, Disturbing, Complex...Closed for the time being.”
Feb 4, 2018
Take your imagination into uncharted territory and discover the UK's most extraordinary attraction; Ripley's Believe It or Not! London. Follow in the footsteps of intrepid adventurer Robert Ripley and explore six oddity-packed floors crammed with...more
The London Pavilion 1 Piccadilly | 1 Piccadilly Circus, London W1J 0DA, England
Firstly, the Ripley's at Piccadilly has been closed since last year, Believe It or Not! I hadn't realised that they'd closed since we visited, but I've read that they may be seeking to relocate and reopen. This review might be useful if they do return...More
Seriously. Out. Of. BUSINESS. Anticipating our family Christmas-time visit to London and knowing nothing much is open on Christmas Day, I happened to learn that Ripley's is open. Thinking that might be fun, I pre-purchased 5 adult tickets for myself and the rest of our...More
Received a lot of fun facts about stuffs i didnt know before. It took me about an hour to finish. It is a big place but theres not much to see if compared to believe it or not in genting,malaysia. And was too expensive :(...More
Have been to both the Amsterdam and London ripleys. They are both great fun and worth a visit.
So many different interesting things inside feels impossible to start explaining them. So all I will say is go and check it out. It is less than...More
I was bought a fast track ticket online already service in. But is needn't go there today, there have been shop in the place was empty. It was very disappointed it is CLOSED! How I am pay for this already?! We're complaint about paid this...More
I had not really heard of Ripley's before I booked it as part of a woucher deal. Attending mid week there was no queues and the attraction was not busy, unlike many other central London attractions. We spent two hours here and had a great...More
Was an interesting place, lots of things to see and read. Best bit was the mirror maze and the black hole. Made it worth the trip. Wouldn't say it was worth a full price ticket though, very expensive for what you get. We used a...More
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