GiveAway: Win 2 Tickets for the Berlin Dungeon

GiveAway: Win 2 Tickets for the Berlin Dungeon

During the cold wintermonths Berlin still has a lot of cool activities to offer: There are some great locations where you can go iceskating, the shopping centers are busier than ever and off course you can visit one of the great christmas markets. If you prefer some more excitement, you could also decide to visit Berlin Dungeon. This scary attraction is defenitely worth a visit and as a christmas present Berlin-Enjoy gives you the chance to two free tickets to the Berlin Dungeon.
Berlin Dungeon

The Berlin Dungeon

We have all been to one of these Haunted Houses on the local fair before. Children and Mothers have a nice time but the word scary is not what comes to mind when I think about them. Lucky enough, the Berlin Dungeon has something better to offer: With the help of nine real actors, a cool story-lines and many dark and scary rooms the Berlin Dungeon will even be quite cool for grown men.

Butchers, Doctors and a scary courtroom

The tour at the Berlin Dungeon takes about 60 minutes and you will visit 9 different rooms. You will visit a torturing-room, be confronted with the plague and have a look at the bloody workshop of the local butcher. The tour is very versatile and the actors do a great job of making the Berlin Dungeon funny, scary and interesting.

Some of the characters in the Berlin Dungeon

Price and opening-hours of the Berlin Dungeon

The address of the Berlin Dungeon is Spandauer Straße 2 and it is easiest to reach from station Hackischer Markt. The opening-hours of the Berlin Dungeon are quite easy to remember: Every single day of the year this attraction is open, normally the attraction opens at 10.00 and closes at 18.00. You might ask yourself what the entrance of the Berlin Dungeon costs? The cheapest way to get tickets is to order them online, than you will can get tickets for 16 Euro instead of 20 at the door. Obviously, children will from 10 till 14 years old will also get discount, younger children are not allowed. The exact opening-hours and prices of Berlin Dungeon can be found below.

Opening Hours and Prices Berlin Dungeon 2014De openingstijden en prijzen van de Berlin Dungeon

Giveaway: Win two Tickets for the Berlin Dungeon

But…a few of you do not have to spend any money to visit the Berlin Dungeon. As a christmas-present Berlin-Enjoy gives you the opportunity to win two tickets for the Berlin Dungeon. All you have to do is like Berlin-Enjoy on facebook and share this picture on your own page. The winners will be contacted on the 30th of December and the names will also be published on Facebook.

Berlin Dungeon Giveaway BerlinEnjoyGiveaway of two free tickets for the Berlin Dungeon

More information

When you want more information about the Berlin Dungeon, you can always visit their official website. As you can see, the Dungeons are also available in Amsterdam, Dublin and many other cities in Europe. The website offers a lot of information and you can also do a cool test to see if you are ready for the Berlin Dungeon. Are you are English and scared that you will not understand the story-lines or the actors? Do not worry, the show is also available in English.

Berlin DungeonsThe actors are the most important ingredient of the Berlin Dungeon

Personally I really liked the Berlin Dungeon. It is not superscary, so grown men will probably not scream for their mothers but I still believe they will have a good time. The tour is creative and funny and their are defenitely a few very scary moments. Below you can find some of the general information about the Berlin Dungeon.

Name: Berlin Dungeon
Address: Spandauer Straße 2
Public Transport: Hackischer Markt
Entrance: 14-20 Euro
Copyright images: Berlin Dungeon website

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Job van Hardeveld
Written by Job van Hardeveld

My Name is Job and I moved to Berlin in January 2012. Since a couple of years I am writing about cool spots, great parties and awesome places in Berlin. Hope you like my blog, leave a comment if you have a question!

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