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Begin your tour in as soon as one hour
From 09:00 to 20:00
Why you shouldn’t miss this
On this individual tour you will get to explore murder sites, discover clues and learn about each of the Ripper's victims in detail as you walk by the pubs and churches they frequented. Our walks are personalised, so let your guide know if you’d like to customise your experience!
Places you will visit (12 spots)
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The White Hart
Begin your journey to the past and learn about an icon of the Jack the Ripper mystery, the building where Ripper suspect George Chapman ran a barber’s shop in 90s.
Walk along the cobblestoned alley that has become the subject of debate among ripperologists and admire the nineteenth century charm of this backstreet.
Wentworth Street/Brick Lane Junction
Visit the site where Emma Elizabeth Smith, the first of eleven Whitechapel victims was was allegedly murdered by Jack the Ripper.
The Frying Pan Pub
Check out the pub where Jack the Ripper’s first victim was seen shortly before the fatal attack on her and spot the original terracotta relief design.
Durward Street (formerly Buck's Row)
Stop by a quiet street in Whitechapel, the approximate murder site of one of the Ripper's five canonical victims whose body was found on a pavement nearby
29 Hanbury Street
Stop by the site where Jack the Ripper's second victim Annie Chapman was discovered, now home to the Truman Brewery.
Christ Church, Spitalfields
Marvel at the church that dominated its surroundings at the time of the murders. Every one of Ripper’s victims would have looked up at this church’s soaring spire in 1888.
The Ten Bells
Soak the atmosphere of the pub indelibly linked with the legend of Jack the Ripper and frequented by at least two of his victims - Mary Kelly and Annie Chapman.
Henriques Street (formerly Berner Street)
Walk along the street where the body of Long Liz was discovered and learn why her murder remains the subject of an ongoing debate amongst Ripperologists.
Stand in the eerie spot where Ripper’s fourth victim was found on the night of the double murder and take in the gruesome events of 1888.
Explore the scene of the only clue left behind on the night of the double murder - a piece of blood-stained apron and a chilling message scrawled upon the wall.
Investigate the site where the youngest and final victim was murdered in her own room.
Aldgate East Underground Station, 75 Leman Street, London E1 8EY
Outside Aldgate East Underground Station (Leman Street Entrance).
This app is just fantastic, I don't know any other company that is able arrange a private guide just an hour after booking! We booked the Jack the Ripper tour last minute and it made our last night in London very special. Our guide Hazel was engaging and really made the events come to life. She was able and willing to answer all of our questions and had an amazing theatrical twist to the way she presents information.
Ada Moreau, France
May 01, 2017
My husband wanted to do the Jack Ripper tour for many years and I finally got around to booking it. I didn't know a lot of the details about Jack the Ripper before the tour but our guide Alex was very friendly, informative and knowledgeable. It's definitely worth going!
Jane Marrins, United Kingdom
April 27, 2017
Lots of walking but so worth it
We went on the Jack the Ripper tour last night with some friends and had a great time! Our guide James was amazing - very energetic, funny and well informed. We also liked that all the tours are private and limited to 6 people, there were no strangers in the group.
Rene Mol, United States
April 16, 2017
We enjoyed it so much
It was really interesting to walk around the same parts of the city where the Ripper would have been looking for his victims. The route couldn't have been better and the guide was very knowledgeable, interesting and a friendly gent indeed. Don't miss out.
Alex Dodds, United States
March 03, 2017
It's definitely worth going!
My husband wanted to do the Jack Ripper tour for many years and I finally got around to booking it. I didn't know a lot of the details about Jack the Ripper before the tour but our guide Alex was very friendly, informative and knowledgeable.
Kate Powers, United Kingdom
March 03, 2017