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Jack the Ripper Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    London, England, United Kingdom

  • Activities

    Mystery Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    Custom Price
  • Duration

    Around 1.5 to 1.45 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Everynight at 7pm

  • Starting Location

    Meet outside Exit Four of Aldgate East Underground Station. Aldgate East Station is situated on the District and Hammersmith and City Lines and is in Zone One of the Underground Network.

  • Price Includes

    Guiding service

  • Notes

    We do not recommend the Jack the Ripper Tour for under 14's as it deals with the murder and mutilation of Victorian Prostitutes in the east End of London.


  • The pub, in the basement of which, one of the major Jack the Ripper suspects worked in 1890.
  • The corner on which Emma Smith, whose name is the first to appear on the police WHITECHAPEL MURDERS file, was attacked in April 1888.
  • The sinister, cobbled alleyway where, at the top of which, the body of Martha Tabram - who some believe may well have been Jack the Ripper's first victim - was discovered in early August 1888.
  • The old convent where Mary Kelly, the last victim of Jack the Ripper, reputedly sought shelter shortly before she was murdered.
  • The corner where an important witness saw one of Jack the Ripper's victims talking to a man just fifteen minutes before her body was discovered a few feet away.


Trip Info

Jack the Ripper is simply the most famous serial killer who ever lived. Why? Despite the fact that there are 200 suspects in this investigation, 125 years later we have absolutely no idea who he or she is! On this walking mystery tour we will visit several of the major sites associated with the killings and you will hear a number of the most famous theories.

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