Amsterdam DungeonsMerlin Entertainments
OverviewThe Amsterdam Dungeon brings together an amazing cast of theatrical actors, special effects, stages and scenes in a unique walkthrough experience. We love it. We know you will too. Here's why: 11 interactive shows, 10 live actors, 500 years of Amsterdam's darkest history. State of the art theming and special effects. Laughs, screams and cutting edge storytelling.
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The Amsterdam Dungeon can be visited in a wheelchair, however, a complete tour can not be experienced. Unfortunately you can not enter the last show due to technical effects of that show. The Amsterdam Dungeon is very dark and navigating through the attraction can be tricky. The Amsterdam Dungeon is not suitable for battery operated electric wheelchairs or scooters. We have a standard wheelchair available for use. Unfortunately we do not have a safe place to store electric wheelchairs or scooters. These will need to be pushed by a carer.
Access To Toilets
The Amsterdam Dungeon has a fully accessible disabled toilet which is located before the 1st show.
Due to health and safety guidelines we are not allowed to welcome guide dogs to the Amsterdam Dungeon. We also believe that, due to the nature of the attraction, it is not the most suitable environment for dogs and it could unsettle some dogs.
Accessing Visual Information
The Amsterdam Dungeon is really dark which might cause difficulty in navigating the Dungeon for people who are visually impaired.
Accessing Audible Information
The Amsterdam Dungeon experience relies predominantly on actors’ and pre-recorded voices, often with dimmed lighting. This can mean that guests with hearing difficulties may find it difficult to fully enjoy the attraction. Hearing impaired guests are welcome to bring a carer for free who can help make the most of your Dungeon’s tour.