Jack The Ripper Walking Tour

Come learn of the horror’s of the world’s most notorious serial killer… if you dare!

Jack the Ripper Walking Tour

The gruesome tale of Jack The Ripper is one known worldwide, but rarely in as much detail as in this tour. Your brilliant guides are on hand to let you into the secrets of every gory detail, every hint and clue to who the Ripper really was, and to help you experience London at the end of the 19th Century: its pubs, its sights, its markets and, most importantly, its murderers! The fictional world of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Sherlock Holmes came crashing out off the pages and into the streets, as the Ripper From Hell slashed his way into London’s storied history.


If you’re brave enough to withstand the horrors that lie within the Jack The Ripper Tour, then you may be well placed to use your powers of deduction to suggest who was the man killing prostitutes in the Whitechapel area. Using new research from famous Ripperologist M.J. Trow, debate amongst friends and family and take the mantle of a Victorian detective looking to stop the Ripper from carrying on his reign of terror!


Jack the Ripper Walking tour takes place in the East End and it is a great opportunity to see the original architecture of this unique area of London and many historic sites. One of them, the Ten Bells Pub, is where it is believed he spotted many of his victims. It is a brilliant place to go for a drink after the tour and contemplate about the most awe inspiring serial killer in the world.

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Please note: After your booking is confirmed we will send you an email with your tickets.

Visit London’s famous Whitechapel area, haunted by the famous Ripper in the 1800s.

  • Take a chilling walk through the Whitechapel area and experience the terror and fear that the Ripper created;
  • Discuss and debate recently founded facts, commonly fingered suspects and expert knowledge and theory with enthusiastic and helpful guides;
  • Discover the East End’s rich history, its splendour and squalor alike; visit famous sites in the area  and have a drink in an authentic East End Pub;
  • Numerous contemporary articles and photographs complement and add to the authenticity of the tour.

Important information: Wear comfortable clothing and footwear, as the tour will take two hours and contains a lot of walking;

Availability: every Wednesday – Sunday at 7pm

Duration: approx 2 hours

Children: It may well be too grisly for younger children, so please feel free to get in touch if there are any concerns about the tour’s suitability. Mature kids in the later years of primary school who may have studied the time period in class should be able to handle the tour’s more brutal parts.

Cancellation policy: No refunds available.

How to get there: The tour departs from St. Botolph’s Without Aldgate Church on Aldgate High Street; the nearest tube station is Aldgate, which is served by both the Circle and Metropolitan lines.