Ripleys is one of the most astounding collections of exhibits in the world. You will find 700 of the most unusual and thrilling things you have ever seen across Ripleys' five floors at their attraction in Piccadilly Circus, London. See some of the fascinating shrunken heads in jars and wonder at a Ferrari sports car made entirely from yarn. There are other fantastic London-themed pieces like a replica of Tower Bridge made from over a quarter of a million matches!
Ripley's Believe It or Not is open 10.00am - midnight (last entry 22.30): 7 days a week, 365 days of the year! Once you enter the attraction, you are welcome to stay for as long as you want. When purchasing you must select a date on which you would like to attend this attraction: your ticket will be valid for entry to the attraction on the date that you specify only.
On purchasing this ticket you will be able to print a voucher valid for entry to Ripley's Believe It or Not! on the date that you specify when purchasing. This ticket may only be used on the date booked. Child tickets are valid for ages 5-16 years; adult tickets are valid for ages over 16 years. Children under 4 years of age may enter for free. These tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable; they also may not be extended. Wheelchair access is available throughout the attraction.
Free 'Print and Go' ticketing. You will require an email address and printer to print your ticket
At the attraction you must show the card used to purchase your tickets otherwise entry will be refused.
Please note that your voucher will be non-refundable, non-exchangeable and must not be resold.
You couldn't get more central than Ripley's London, it's part of the Trocadero Centre which is mere footsteps away from Piccadilly Circus tube station, which (believe it or not!) is on the Piccadilly Line. It's also on the Bakerloo line - which connects with London Marylebone.
All of the exhibitions in Ripley's Believe It or Not are accessible by wheelchair. Some of the lifts require staff to operate them.
Ripley's London is very interactive and suitable for children (of all ages!). Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult at all times and please be aware that some parts of the exhibition - such as the horror themed area - might be upsetting for very young children.
Would Robert Ripley have believed what his first cartoon in 1918 would create? Originally appearing in a New York newspaper, the comic went on to start a global phenomenon. Robert LeRoy Ripley was the first cartoonist to earn one million dollars. At one time it was said that he was receiving more mail than the President of the United States.
The cartoon is still being produced and is featured in over 200 newspapers in 42 countries. During his life Ripley visited over 200 countries collecting stories and objects for his Odditoriums, many of which are now featured in Ripley's Believe It or Not! London.