Jack The Ripper Walking Tour – 6pm

£15.00

If you wish to have your blood chilled, this Spooky Walking Tour is what you need. Find out about the most famous serial killer in the world and try to work out who Jack the Ripper really was.

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Your ticket confirmation:
Your ticket is only valid on your nominated date.
You will receive an email confirmation at time of booking with your ticket voucher included. A printed copy of this voucher must be presented on arrival at the venue, on the day of your activity. You may be refused entry if you do not present a printed copy of your voucher.

Cancellation Policy:
Tickets are not refundable. All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

Days of Operation:

Jack The Ripper Walking Tour - 6pm departures
Daily Start: 18:00 Finish time: 19:30

Jack The Ripper Walking Tour - 3.30pm departures
April to September: Daily
Start time: 15:30 Finish time: 17:00

Departure Point and Directions:
Traders Gate Souvenir Shop, 35 Tower Hill, London EC3. Come out from Tower Hill station and walk down the steps on the right, the departure point is located at the bottom of the steps on the right hand side.

Return Location: Near Liverpool Street Underground Station

Nearest Underground Station: Tower Hill Station (District and Circle lines)

If you wish to have your blood chilled, this Spooky Walking Tour is what you need. Find out about the most famous serial killer in the world and try to work out who Jack the Ripper really was.

Delve into the world of Victorian London at its grisliest during this fascinatingly frightful Jack the Ripper Walking Tour. In the early hours of 31st August 1888, a man, wandering a dark lane in Whitechapel, found Mary Ann Nichols, an East End prostitute murdered in the most gruesome way. This was the first of many killings, sparking one of the most famous man hunts in the world.

You will travel down Aldgate High Street to Mitre Square, where the serial killer claimed two unlucky victims. Next stop is Goulston Street, where arguably the most vital clue to solving the case of Jack the Ripper was found. Ramble down Commercial Street before arriving at the notorious Hanbury Street. Play detective during this intriguing walking tour whilst seeing famous London sights.

Who was Jack the Ripper? Turn amateur sleuth as you find out about the victims, the suspects and the shocking true story behind the unidentified killer on this ominous yet entertaining walking tour.