Jack the Ripper Tour London – The Best Insider Travel Tips For London
There is a great variety of activities to do around London and we can provide you with hundreds of travel tips for London. If you are interested in a bit of history then we highly recommend trying the Jack the Ripper Tour in East London.
If you have not heard about Jack the Ripper; he is a man who committed several murders around the Whitechapel district of London in 1888. The man was never found, so the mystery still remains unresolved. Jack the Ripper’s victims were female prostitutes who were gruesomely murdered.
The question everyone is asking about the tour is usually; which Jack the Ripper tour is actually worth going to? Well, there are a few different companies hosting the tours in the Whitechapel area and after having experienced them all this one was a clear winner! Many of these tours are trying to copy each other and are presented in a very amateur way, however this Jack the Ripper tour is different! It is the only one to use hand held projectors making it that extra bit compelling.
On the tour, you will see the exact spots where his victims were found while the guide tells you the whole story! It is quite a frightening tour and therefore we recommend that no children under the age of 12 attend it.
How To Get To London’s Jack The Ripper Tour
If you are staying in our Liverpool Street Serviced Apartments or short stay accommodation at Monument, the tour starting point (Aldgate East Tube Station) is within walking distance. For anyone travelling from other parts of London, we would recommend taking the tube to Aldgate East which is on the district line.
The tour is on 7 days a week at 19.30 and the duration of the tour is 1.45 hours. You can either book tickets online or pay in cash on the day. (Admission: £9.00)
We hope that you have enjoyed learning a little bit about the Jack the Ripper tour and we are sure you will enjoy it very much when you go! We hope you enjoyed this blog post and if you’d like more regular updates about things to do in London then please follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook.