London is famous for its historical landmarks. It is one of the many things that makes this city so great. Be it a pub, a castle or an iconic structure, they all speak of countless tales of the era that made them the centre of attention, for good reasons and bad. Some of these structures are still operational today. One such landmark that immediately comes to mind is The Ten Bells. It was one of the most frequented places in the 1800s and today it serves as a public house and a major tourist attraction due to its indirect connection with the infamous Jack the Ripper saga.
The Ten Bells pub, commonly referred to as the Ten Bells, was a very famous pub in the East End in the 1800s. It was also one of the most frequented places in the area. It was made famous by its involvement in the Ripper murders. Some of the Ripper’s victims were last seen at The Ten Bells. In fact, it is theorised that the Ripper himself stalked the place to pick his victims.
Below are some interesting facts put together by thejacktherippertour.com that are associated with The Ten Bells.
Even to this day, the pub enjoys immense fascination amongst tourists and locals – some Ripperologists even say that the Ripper himself may have frequented the bar while on the hunt for his next victim. If you’d like to find our more about the suspects and Jack The Ripper, then why not join us for a tour across the East End? The Ten Bells is just one of many locations on our Jack the Ripper tour of London; explore 1888 Whitechapel through our Ripper-Vision technology by booking yourself onto a tour today.