Where can we go before or after our Dungeon Hire?
If you are considering a Kinky City Break this area of London is a perfect location from which to explore the rich London Fetish Scene and also the more conventional tourist attractions.
The area around the dungeon has many fascinating places to explore which you could combine with your visit. Tower Hamlets is a very cosmopolitan area of London with a rich history and cultural legacy.
If you need over night accommodation see here.
London has many fetish clubs to choose from and the dungeon is ideally situated to prepare for a visit to a club. We list some clubs in our Listings Section.
Being situated so centrally, London Dungeon HireTM provides a perfect launch point, for those who have the energy, to continue their adventures. You could get totally in the zone and just continue your scene at a club or other venue. The possibilities are mind boggling!!
Check out the clubs listed in our Fetish Clubs Listing section.
A good place to meet before your hire for a coffee or an all day Breakfast is Cafe Tres a greasy spoon 5 minutes walk away.
After your hire however you might just want to go for a quiet drink and a meal whilst you relax in your after glow. Please check the links for availability and suitability.
During the Day the the Pavilion Cafe in nearby Victoria Park is very pleasant particularly on a sunny day with an outside seating area over looking the lake and fountain.
The Bistrotheque is just 5 minute walk away and is a most swanky evening cosmopolitan bar and upstairs restaurant in a very unusual location. Entertainment is also available there You will need to book a table in advance.
Or a short cab drive (5 minutes) In Broadway Market you will find a variety of restaurants and bars and a lively young atmosphere all along that road on any evening of the week..
Or an equally close distance you could try the Premesis Cafe ( The Premises Studios 201-209 Hackney Road , E2 , Tel: 0207 684 2230) based in a local recording studio and full of interesting (often very well known) musicians and arty types.
One of our favourite restaurants is the Thai Room at Bow Wharf just a very pleasant ten minute walk along the canal on a Summer Evening. Not the cheapest local venue but surely one of the better ones!
The Crown an "organic pub" is also along side Victoria Park and only a few minutes walk away from the dungeon through the park (or around it).
According to the list on this link there are 1128 pubs within 3 miles of Bethnal Green Tube Station. This link shows 4121 pubs within 10 miles of Cambridge Heath Station. Phew! So no going thirsty around here!
The Last Tuesday Society is not nearly as eccentric as the dungeon. Of course they think they are the most eccentric place in the London! Little do they know! Can get a bit busy but generally you can get a table for a drink and edible insects if you are that way inclined.
The Approach Tavern in Approach Road is a good popular traditional local boozer, 5 minutes walk away from the dungeon. It has an eclectic cosmopolitan cliental drawn in by its art gallery upstairs.
The Hare is a local no frills traditional east end pub, 5 minutes walk away and very near Cambridge Heath Station
The Crown opposite the lake and fountain in Victoria Park is a more expensive option and the customers reflect the prices. Very pleasant atmosphere inside or sit outside and watch the world go by.
The Comedy Cafe Theatre is a ten minute cab drive from the dungeon situated in the very fashionable Shoreditch. Food and Drink with a programme of stand up Comics most nights of the week.
The Back Yard Comedy Club is a fun evening , 10 minute walk away.
SPA London is a fantastic resource in nearby York Hall offering a wonderful range of health and beauty treatments. The perfect way to unwind and rejuvenate your spirits before or after a dungeon session!
MUSEUM OF LONDON
TOWER OF LONDON
ELIZABETH OLYMPIC PARK