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Quoted the scariest attraction in England by Living TV’S Most Haunted, London’s newest attraction The London Bridge Experience and the London Tombs announce their 2009 show. Set in the historic surroundings of the tombs under the London Bridge, the London Bridge Experience is an attraction with a difference with a multi-educational purpose- practical and theoretical. The London Bridge Experience launched in February 2008 after a £2m build and the dual experience of the London Bridge Experience followed by The London Tombs is the latest educational but ultimately terrifying attraction to arrive in the UK. The London Bridge Experience and The London Tombs were delighted to be named “The Best Year Round Scare Attraction” at the UK’s only awards for the Scare and Haunted Attractions Industry. On May 6th 2010, the much anticipated Screamie Awards returned for yet another year at The Magic Circle Headquarters in Central London. The Screamie Awards, or Screamies as they are more commonly referred to, are an award which recognises the immense talent and ingenuity that is prevalent in the exciting scare and haunted attraction industry. The ceremony which is a key event in every major scare attractions diary, is voted for by the public and is a great way of identifying some of the best attractions and events around the country. The London Bridge Experience and The London Tombs were delighted to retain the crown as as ‘The UK’s Scariest Visitor Attraction” thanks to an impressive and highly invested new set design and the continuous development to the year-round show. David Leon, Secretary, BASHA says "The London Bridge Experience and The London Tombs deserves the award for the UK’s Scariest Attraction, as they provide a consistently good scare fix all year round, so customers don’t have to wait until October to get scared. The London Bridge Experience and The London Tombs is a great attraction for everyone to enjoy. The first part of the attraction offers families and school parties with a historical account of the history of London Bridge, whilst groups of teenagers just love the London Tombs."