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Enter the Dungeon.

June 17th, 2014 · No Comments · Fisherman's Wharf

Dungeon San FranciscoSan Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf now has a great new attraction to give you a bit of a horrifying scare, and learn about the history of the City.  The new San Francisco Dungeon is filled with interactive, live-actor exhibits to share the history of the city in a creative and engaging way.  It’s a semi-horror experience to let you have fun, be a little bit scared, and learn about San Francisco.  Some of the exhibits include:

  • Gangs of San Francisco:  Thugs and hoodlums control commerce in San Francisco and demonstrate all of the “creative” ways they motivate their customers…. and debtors….
  • Court Room of San Francisco:  Crime and punishment with no mercy.  Check out a real courtroom with the hilarious crimes and punishments to teach a real lesson…
  • Miss Piggott’s Saloon:  Crazy and fishy business in a San Francisco saloon.  Watch out for what may be a trap door in the floor!

The dungeon features intricate period costumes designed in the UK and assembled in San Francisco by local costumer, Wee Scotty.  The actors get to enjoy amazing sets by Daniels Wood Land Inc., using beautifully-crafted reclaimed wood.   You’ll see scary folks with captivating make-up artistry led by MAC Pro Cosmetics.

You can see from the example rooms, that your (approximate) $19 ticket price will give you quite a creative day.  With the new Dungeon located right in Fisherman’s Wharf (the only one in the USA or North America), it’s a great option and particularly for bad weather days.  Have you checked out the Dungeon, what did you think?


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