London Dungeon Car Boot Sale

The London Dungeon is moving premises* - and they're selling off all their exciting horror props, costumes and cool stuff on 3rd February!

Rather than sell them all off to a theatre prop shop or museum, the Dungeon has decided to let fans have a chance to own a bit of our horrible history and we will be able to plunder very unusual car boot stall at Pimlico for a London Dungeon bargain.

Among the stock up for sale are torture and surgical implements, “severed limbs”, costumes, and a stash of false eyeballs.

London Haunts and Horrors will have a carboot sale visit and pub lunch meetup, starting at 11am. We will meet at the front of Pimlico station (The main entrance is on the corner of Bessborough Street and Rampayne Street) and head off to the market. Afterwards, we will catch up for some lunch or a drink - whatever suits.

I look forward to meeting you there.

NOTE: The London Dungeon attraction will close the doors on its Tooley Street site at the end of the January and reopen in County Hall in the Southbank in March. If people are interested, we will do a group meetup and get a group discount.

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  • Kim L.

    From all the news reports it seems not every item was brought at the start. makes me feel slightly better for missing this one.

    1 · February 4, 2013

  • Paul E.

    I was first in the queue today and they opened at 10.15am but you didn't miss anything. It was, to be blunt, the most shittiest prop/costume sale I've ever attended. Not much, quantity-wise, and, mostly, a lot of tat. Many items mentioned in the publicity weren't there and the one or two half-decent props present were overpriced. I came away with nothing except disappointment and anger.

    2 · February 3, 2013

    • David S.

      Hi Paul, thanks for the feedback. That is interesting that you were one of the first in line and still didn't see anything good. Sounds like it was a bullshit publicity stunt. There were hundreds of people in line when we were there and we were told it was sold out about 11.15am. I was going to do a London Dungeon meetup but after you telling me this, I don't think I want to give them my money. What were the props they had that were overpriced and what were they asking?

      February 3, 2013

  • David S.

    Hi - the meetup was great - unfortunately, the London Dungeon had sold out before the event was open to the public, so we didn't get to see any of the props etc. Instead, we went to the haunted Morpeth Arms for lunch earlier than expected. It was unfortunate London Dungeon sold out but we got to spend some time in a cool pub with some great people - which are the main ingredients of an awesome London Haunts and Horrors Meetup!

    2 · February 3, 2013

    • Kayleigh

      i had the same thing with the website but it was wrong the vic line was fine didnt have to get the bus, journey planner is awful!

      1 · February 3, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      Really Kayleigh, oh hell that's disappointing.

      1 · February 3, 2013

  • NATHALIE G.

    I spent a very nice afternoon with good friends even if it was too late to get some spooky bit from London Dungeon !! I look forward the next meetup to see you all again !!!!

    2 · February 3, 2013

  • Paul E.

    Sorry to keep on but I'm really angry. There were no torture and surgical instruments, no severed limbs (a couple of heads but that was it) and no stash of false eyeballs. I asked about the implements and was told that they weren't for sale.

    1 · February 3, 2013

  • Paul E.

    The pumpkin in my picture is far better than any of the props there today.

    2 · February 3, 2013

  • Hillwalker

    It was very nice to meet you all today and I hope to join you at more meet ups soon, thanks for an enjoyable time.

    3 · February 3, 2013

  • Kayleigh

    Had a lovely time seeing you all!! :)

    3 · February 3, 2013

  • Hillwalker

    I'm also down as a maybe as waiting to here about work on Sunday 3rd Feb.

    2 · January 21, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      Just a maybe also.

      1 · February 3, 2013

  • Chris I.

    Ok matie!!!

    1 · February 2, 2013

  • Robin George B.

    Vist the new one sounds like a plan David

    1 · January 31, 2013

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