The Gunpowder Plot
- Learn more about Guy Fawkes' plot to blow up Parliament
- Uncover a secret safehouse on this immersive experience
- Make a daring journey along the Thames towards the Houses of Parliament
- Experience the Vaults at the Tower of London where Fawkes was said to have roamed
- The recommended minimum age is 12 years old.
- This experience may not be suitable for guests who are elderly, pregnant, suffering from high blood pressure, heart conditions, epilepsy and those with mobility issues.
- Some scenes will require guests to bend down whilst walking or crawling. There are alternative routes for those who do not wish to participate in certain physical activities.
Remember, remember the 5th of November, gunpowder treason and plot!
The Gunpowder Plot is an immersive experience set in the UNESCO World Heritage Tower Vaults at the Tower of London. It brings the story of Guy Fawkes to life with live actors and a digital cast, starring Tom Felton as Guy Fawkes himself.
On the 5th of November 1605, Guy Faulks and his co-conspirators plotted to blow up the Houses of Parliament and assassinate King James I, an event so famous that it is still remembered every year. The Vaults sit beneath the Tower where Fawkes stored much of the gunpowder to be used, however he was eventually captured and tortured before his death.
The Gunpower Plot will set your five senses alive with the use of the innovative Layered Reality™. Combining the latest digital technology, live theatre and real physical sensations, it makes for a truly memorable immersive experience. Be part of history and follow in Fawkes footsteps, but will you escape uncaptured? Go undercover and unmask the mysterious figures behind history’s most infamous plot. But be careful who you trust, as you are surrounded by traitors after all.
The experience will last 1 hour and 40 minutes, with a 20-minute interval where you can enjoy a refreshment and plan your next move.
Address: 8-12 Tower Hill Vaults, London EC3N 4EE
Closest tube stations: Tower Hill (District and Circle), London Bridge (Northern and Jubilee) and Monument (Circle and District)