The San Francisco Dungeon Comes to Fisherman's Wharf

The new theatrical attraction will entertain audiences with tales from local history By: Chelsee Lowe
Judge Meade is one of many characters in this theatrical attraction. // © 2014 The San Francisco Dungeon
Judge Meade is one of many characters in this theatrical attraction. // © 2014 The San Francisco Dungeon

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The San Francisco Dungeon
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This summer, visitors to San Francisco can experience North America’s first-ever dungeon attraction, set to open on the historic Fisherman’s Wharf. Guests of The San Francisco Dungeon will participate in a 60-minute theatrical performance that showcases elements of the Bay Area’s rich history, from the Gold Rush era to tales from Alcatraz. The Dungeon experience originated in London and has several other outposts in Europe.

Tickets to The San Francisco Dungeon begin at $19 per person when purchased in advanced online, or $26 for adults and $20 for kids when purchased in person for a same-day show. The performance is suitable for children ages 10 and up. 

“This world-class city has a unique background well-suited for this engaging attraction,” said Adrea Gibbs, general manager of The San Francisco Dungeon. “We’ve had amazing access to local actors, costume makers, designers and craftsmen that are all helping us to create a special place for visitors.”

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