Ripley's Believe It or Not!

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With more than 700 authentic artefacts and interactive exhibits spanning six floors, this enjoyable London attraction celebrates the weird, wonderful and bizarre in all its forms – prime examples being a portrait of Michael Jackson constructed from Liquorice Allsorts, a four-metre long model of Tower Bridge made out of matchsticks, and a collection of paintings by Mexican artist Enrique Ramos on rice grains, a tortilla, pumpkin seeds and quail egg shells.

New for 2013, the Legends gallery houses 31 Olympic torches, including the London 2012 Games one, signed by track cyclist Laura Trott. Interactive elements include the largest mirror maze in London and a new laser race, while fans of the ghoulish will surely love the fine collection of shrunken heads.



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I have just left my thoughts and it has logged it as a 4star i only entered a 1star


Went there twice first time it was great (just a little disappointed there were no guided tours)


I was abit disappointed in this, there was some quirky things to see like the small heads. But it wasn't as good as I thought I was going to be.


If you are in London and have a thing for weird stuffs, this is a must visit!