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With over 700 hundred authentic artefacts and astonishing interactive exhibits spanning across 6 floors, Ripley’s Believe It or Not! London celebrates the weird, wonderful and bizarre in all its forms, right in the heart of the West End.
Marvel at an impressive four-metre model of London's iconic Tower Bridge made entirely out of matchsticks or portrait of the Last Supper painted on a grain of rice. Lose your friends and family in Ripley's Marvellous Mirror Maze and test you speed and agility in London's largest Laser Race. Plus, don’t miss The Legends Gallery, home to the single largest collection of Olympic Torches, 32 in total including the London 2012 Olympic Games torch signed by track cyclist Laura Trott.
Budding Banksys and artists can let their creativity run wild with our brand new digital graffiti wall - a UK attraction first. Sitting alongside a 3,000lb piece of the Berlin Wall – famed for being the world’s largest canvas and a place for local residents and international artists to express themselves - visitors will be able to put their artistic talents to the test using digital spray cans and upload their masterpieces to share with friends and family onto Facebook and Twitter. Guests can explore their creative side, choosing colours to spray, stencils, painting methods and even doodle over a photo of themselves.
With one of the most extensive collections of the weird and wonderful, Ripley’s Believe It or Not! London is the perfect day out for all the family. Situated at the heart of Piccadilly Circus, the attraction’s unbelievable exhibits include real fossilised dinosaur eggs, a life-sized knitted Ferrari created from 12 miles of wool and even a picture of Hollywood hunk Brad Pitt created from cigarette ash. Families and friends can also compete in navigating their way around the Mirror Maze and battle to see who is the fastest to complete London’s largest LaseRace
‘Ripley’s Wicked Halloween Week’ is an exclusive collaboration incorporating the already-weird and wonderful artefacts of Ripley’s with the mighty West End show Wicked, which is currently celebrating its 10th Anniversary in London
From Saturday 22nd to Sunday 30th October, Ripley’s London will become the emerald of the West End as sfx lighting will illuminate No.1 Piccadilly witch-green. The library gallery will exhibit costumes and props worn and used by some of the biggest names from the hit show and labelled with unbelievable facts about these unique items.
Ripley’s London will be open from 9.30am to midnight (last entry 10.30pm) every day from Saturday 22nd October to Sunday 30th October with the Wicked themed activities running from 11am to 6pm.