1. Denise Dang

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    Scary experience and fun for tourists, but did not live up to expectations. We got our tickets on Groupon at a discount, but you still have to sign in at the front and possibly wait for the next tour. The ride consists of guides that give you details and stories of San Francisco’s dark past. While it may be a bit too frightening for kids, my friends and I enjoyed the tour. Definitely something only to do once though. Also, dress lightly. The place was WAY too warm, even on a cool SF evening.

  2. Tu Lam

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    So 19 of us headed over at different time, thinking the final show was 8:00pm, so we took our time eating dinner at the Ferry building before heading over on the F train. Some of our friends got their earlier and found out we needed to be there by 7:00pm for the final show. So in a great rush we headed down that way. This place is next to the wax museum, the signage gets all mixed in with all the flashing signs. We get in and were rushed through the photography done in the beginning because they wanted us to start the tour ASAP. So we got one group picture taken and sent on our way down a stairwell. They tell you to use the bathroom before starting the tour. You go through different rooms with different themes, it’s quite fun because they were using people in the audience, but twice they used their own staff member. We were laughing really hard at our friend who got picked from the back of the room. The whole process took a little over an hour, at the end, we got a chance to buy our group photo. We only had the option of a large print for $20 which will hang at the office. I didn’t find it scary at all and it was way more fun to go with a group of friends.

  3. Joseph Hughes

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    Very good. I actually took my 9 year old niece, somewhat reluctantly, but she talked me into it. She loved it and wants to go again. There is humor mixed in that tames the scariness for kids. Some scattered bad language and sexual inuendo, which would probably be the biggest limiting factor for kids. Lots of frightful laughter from many older guests. Guests are actively involved in each part of the tour. I enjoyed it. The sets are well designed and high quality. I wish the tour lasted a little bit longer, but it was very good overall.

  4. Jeremy Minagro

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    Walking in I had no expectations. I had not been to their website nor had I been told what to expect. What a surprise this was! An immersive and educational experience with elaborate sets, costumes, lighting, sound effects, actors (or are they?) that one would expect to see from the likes of such companies as Disney on their own home turf. The actors themselves can not be overlooked as being the real powerhouses behind this experience. Each has a specific role to play for each section of the dungeon, and all of them were fully committed to the dark horror-esq theme that the producers and director were clearly going for. The San Francisco Dungeon is part Haunted-House part historical dramatization part improvisational theatre, the whole of which amounts to a highly interactive superbly produced fun house. Bring your family. ~Jeremy Minagro

  5. Dee M

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    Woohoo, the first to review!!! I saw the advertisement and we decided to check it out. It was a lot of fun. The people were very nice and the tour was a blast. I love how much each employee gets into character. The atmosphere will make you part of the show :)If you’re in Fisherman’s Wharf, visit this attraction