This VERY popular attraction is a celebration of pain, horror and death! It used to be in Tooley Street at London Bridge but opened here in March 2013, so we guess they may have changed some of the scary scenes.
A great hit with ghoulish children, the museum illustrates the most bloodthirsty events of British history.
Highlights include Druid's of Stonehenge performing a human sacrifice, the execution of Anne Boleyn, victims of the Great Plague of 1665 and 'Firestorm 1666' which vividly recalls the Great Fire of London.
Filling the gaps between these gruesome events are displays on witchcraft, torture and murder.
The last part of the museum centres on one of the most grizzly episodes in London's history. Actors in costume lead visitors through the 'East End' on a hunt for 'Jack the Ripper, the woman-mutilating madman who was never caught.