The popularity of walking city tours has been on the increase for the last few years, so it’s hardly surprising that our Jack the Ripper walking tour is as popular as it ever has been. Combining the usual elements of city sight-seeing, history and architecture with the fascinating case of the world’s most infamous serial killer, our tour is hard to beat.
Join us as we transcend the capital city as it is today and immerse ourselves in the 19th century East End – thanks to our incredible hand-held projections that we like to call Ripper Vision. Take in the gruesome horrors that took place throughout Whitechapel in 1888 as we walk you through the streets the Ripper stalked his victims on, and their final resting places.
Our enthralling murder mystery has so much to offer the Jack the Ripper fanatic – an insight into the world he and his victims lived in, a chance to discuss the victims, the suspects and how he got away with it all – and then some.
On some level, we are all enthralled by a mystery that is yet to be solved – and this string of crimes created one such story that has captivated people the world over.
In fact, our Jack the Ripper walking tour has been voted one of the must-see tours in the world thanks to our compelling, professional and knowledgeable tour guides, our constant striving for an authentic experience in the merging of technology into 19th century London, and our ability to bring this story to life.
If this sounds like your cup of tea, then what are you waiting for?
Get stuck in to the chilling past that lies beneath London as you know it. Indulge your morbid curiosity in the facts and clues that are lurking within the elusive Ripper mystery and discover a darker side to our nation’s capital.
Our Jack the Ripper walking tour leaves daily from Aldgate East tube station at 7.30pm and is limited in space, so book your place now to avoid disappointment. You will visit the murder sites of all the Ripper’s victims; you will hear the facts and see the evidence from this captivating crime, and you can discuss your all-important theories on just who is Jack the Ripper?
Come and see for yourself what all the fuss is about, and join the legion of people around the world still searching for answers to a 128 year old murder mystery.
7 Days a Week
AT 2:30PM & 7:30PM
1 hr 45 mins
Tours will resume as normal from the 12th of April? Now taking bookings