This is a PRIVATE tour for your group only. Follow in the footsteps of notorious London serial killer, Jack the Ripper, on this private 1.5-hour walking tour. Travel back in time to the 19th century as you visit sites upon which Jack the Ripper committed heinous crimes and where the infamous Bedlam lunatic asylum used to reside. Your guide’s attention is dedicated solely to you and your party, ensuring an atmosphere perfect for strolling London’s haunted streets. Greet your private guide outside of Dirty Dicks, an 18th-century pub located opposite Liverpool St. Station. As you start to stroll, your guide provides a historical overview of Jack the Ripper, detailing the crimes committed by the Victorian serial killer.TOURS ARE AUTOMATICALLY BOOKED FOR 730PM UNLESS YOU REQUEST ANOTHER TIME.
This private walking tour will transport you back to the dark and chilling world of the Whitechapel Murders in East London. Follow in the footsteps of the notorious and never identified Jack the Ripper.During the autumn of 1888, Jack the Ripper murdered, at least, five women with several other horrendous killings before and afterwards that may or may not have been carried out at the hands of the man voted The Worst Briton of All Time. Explore the old streets of Whitechapel on this private 2.5 hour day-time tour (so you can actually see everything properly) and learn what life was like for the people who lived here. We've had everyone from school-children to corporate bankers on this tour as well those who just want to see a different side of London. With the seal of approval of homicide detectives from New York, London, Melbourne and many other places and even enjoyed by some of the team behind the BBC show 'Ripper Street'.
Join us on our historic London walking tour where you will see the top 20 London Attractions around Westminster in 3 hours and then head to the Jack the Ripper Museum. Be prepared to be shocked by the first serial killer in history. Discover who his victims were and how he eluded capture. The museum is in the famous East End of London, WhitechapelStart with a walking tour of the history, culture, and legends of London. Head through Green Park to Buckingham Palace, watch the world-famous Changing of the Guard ceremony. Head through Westminster, and see Downing Street, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, and the Houses of Parliament.After the walking tour head to The Jack the Ripper Museum. Be prepared to be scared. You will learn about the man who was Jack the Ripper. Discover who his victims were. The museum is in the famous East End of London, Whitechapel.20 sights in a 3 hour walking tour plus entry to the Jack the Ripper museum (your guide will not enter the attraction with you)!
Explore London’s top 20 world famous landmarks on a 5 hour walking tour then visit the Jack the Ripper Museum in Whitechapel. Learn about London's most notorious murderer and his victims.Start with a walking tour of the history, culture, and legends of one of Europe’s best-loved cities. Head through Green Park to Buckingham Palace, watch the world-famous Changing of the Guard ceremony. Head to Westminster, see Downing Street, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, and the Houses of Parliament. Go to the London Bridge area to see Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, HMS Belfast, Tower Bridge, and the Tower of London.After the walking tour head to The Jack the Ripper Museum. Be prepared to be scared. You will learn about the man who was Jack the Ripper. Discover who his victims were. The museum is in the famous East End of London, Whitechapel. Please note: The museum entrance ticket does not include the London Jack the Ripper Walking Tour
The official Jack the Ripper Museum Walk is unique in that it connects the key sites on the ground to those that are recreated inside the museum. In the autumn of 1888 a serial killer was at large on the streets of London’s East End. He was originally known as ‘The Whitechapel Murderer’. But in time he became known as ‘Jack the Ripper,’ a name is famous throughout the world.
Search the streets of London's Whitechapel to uncover the true story of history's most famous serial killer. See the sights and learn the shocking fate of the Ripper's unfortunate victims, all the while let our experienced guide help you separate fact from fiction and guide you through one of London's most sinister stories.
As we retrace the trail of the notorious Jack the Ripper murders, you will learn about the plague pits, the Bloody Tower, Traitor’s Gate and several notoriously haunted areas of the East End of London. Discover how traitors and criminals were punished, why the Ripper was never caught and what life was really like for people living and dying here. This walking tour lasts around 2.5 hours.
Be transported to a darker and much more mysterious time in the 19th century when Jack the Ripper was lurking the streets. Explore many of the locations where these heinous acts took place and enjoy London's only Jack the Ripper Ghost Tour with your very own private tour.All tours are automatically booked for 730pm unless you request another time.PLEASE NOTE THIS PRICE IS FOR A PRIVATE GROUP OF UP TO 10 GUESTS. EXTRA GUESTS COST GBP 7 EACH
The price you see is the total cost.............London Horror: A Way of Death. Half Day London Tour (4 hours): 9am - 12.pm start.Taxi and a small amount of walking..............We explore execution sites, plague pits, murder scenes and haunted churchyards - the gruesome underbelly of London’s history.Have you ever seen evidence of ‘stacking’, or visited the improbable site of a London golem (near where they hanged pirates)? We’ll visit the site of a notorious London ‘hangfair’ and a park dedicated to acts of heroism, but shrouded by tragedy.Where did Henry VIII occasionally favour execution by boiling? The same place where they burnt heretics. One of Jack the Ripper's gruesome murders took place nearby, in a quiet backstreet - just wide enough for my London cab to drive down.......From the dissolute to the Dissolution, the great thing about this London Horror tour is that I don’t have to make any of it up. Well, the ghost stories might not be true...or are they?