A big part of the World of Warcraft Classic experience is running the original dungeons that have not had many of the changes apart of them over time, and doing so can improve the leveling experience but also provide a fun adventure for a group to complete.
Dungeons can vary from entry-level low-level dungeons to max level 10 man dungeons used to obtain power items at level 60.
Some dungeons are even in enemy territory meaning they are available to the other faction, but may not be easy to get to, resulting in a lot of players not completing these dungeons.
Below is a list of all the dungeons available in the Classic version of World of Warcraft and their recommended level of completion.
World of Warcraft: Classic Dungeons By Level
- Ragefire Chasm - 13-18
- Wailing Caverns - 15-25
- The Deadmines - 18-23
- Shadowfang Keep - 22-30
- Blackfathom Deeps - 20-30
- The Stockade - 22-30
- Gnomergan - 24-34
- Razorfen Kraul - 30-40
- Scarlet Monastery: Graveyard - 26-36
- Scarlet Monastery: Library - 29-39
- Scarlet Crusade: Armory - 32-42
- Scarlet Crusade: Cathedral - 35-45
- Razorfen Downs: 37-46
- Zul'Farrak - 44-54
- Maraudon - 46-55
- Temple of Atal'Hakkar - 55-60
- Blackrock Depths - 52-60
- Lower Blackrock Spire - 55-60
- Upper Blackrock Spire - 55-60
- Dire Maul: East 55-60
- Dire Maul: West - 58-60
- Dire Maul: North - 58-60
- Scholomance 58-60
- Stratholme - 58-60
Grab a group of 5, including a Tank, Healer, and 3 DPS, and find your way to the appropriate level dungeon, but don't forget to find any quests also available to be completed inside the dungeon.