Situated in London’s famous West End, Ripley’s Believe it or Not! brings vivid imaginations to life through captivating exhibits, interactive experiences and mind-boggling artefacts.
It’s a celebration of all things bizarre, from toilet paper wedding dresses to real Amazonian shrunken heads. If it’s weird and wonderful, you’ll find it at Ripley’s!
This February, you and your family can dive into a world of intriguing activities, as Ripley’s team up with Fox to celebrate their latest home entertainment release, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.
Timed to meet the DVD and Blu-Ray release date of Tim Burton’s hit fantasy film, Ripley’s are set to host the fascinating Peculiar Happenings at Ripley’s experience, starting on February 7th and lasting all the way until 5th March.
The pop-up exhibition will feature real props and costumes from the film, which stars Hollywood greats such as Eva Green, Dame Judi Dench, Samuel L. Jackson and Rupert Everett.
You’ll also get to watch amazing behind the scenes footage and see with your very own eyes Enoch’s Heart in a Jar, Miss Peregrine’s Birdcage and Mr Barron’s favourite snack – some juicy eyeballs!
As you enjoy the twists and turns of the exhibition, you’ll get to interact with the peculiar trail by collecting letters to reveal a mystery phrase linked to the film.
Get it right and you’ll be entered into a free prize draw to win a luxury stay in Amsterdam, complete with flight, car hire, accommodation in a wonderfully peculiar hotel and entry to the fantastic Ripley’s Amsterdam!
Another spectacular feature of the Peculiar Happenings exhibit is the enchanted mirror, which has a secret twist when you show it your funniest facial expression!
You can also stand before a magical green-screen, which will transport you right into the film’s exciting scenes for a truly cinematic experience.
Ripley’s Believe it or Not! is open 365 days a year, from 10am until midnight. The Peculiar Happenings adventure comes as part of your Ripley’s ticket, so you can enjoy it alongside the captivating delights of the whole amusement centre.
There really is something for everyone at Ripley’s. Families can discover more than 700 exhibits, with everything you can possibly imagine all under one roof!
Harry Potter fans can marvel at the Hungarian Horntail made from recycled bike parts and sightseers will be amazed by the Tower Bridge made from matchsticks.
Ripley’s is even an extraordinary date location – you’ll never run out of things to talk about!
Ripley’s is an educational experience too, home to a genuine piece of the Berlin Wall, Queen Victoria’s signed appointment letter and many more historical artefacts and exhibits, making Ripley’s the perfect school trip venue.
It takes around an hour and a half to two hours to fully explore Ripley’s, which is located close to Piccadilly Circus Underground Station and within walking distance of Soho, Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden and Oxford Circus.