For three months during the late 19th century, the Whitechapel area of London was enveloped in fear. During this period, a spate of murders known as the 'Whitechapel Murders' took place; five women were murdered and brutally mutilated by a killer that was never caught.
To this day, the identity of the killer remains a mystery, and well over a hundred theories exist today that attempt to lift the veil on the identity of one of history's most elusive murderers. Visit the real-life murder locations with your expert tour guide, who will paint a picture of life in Victorian London during this period.
Along the way, you hear the gruesome, horrific details behind the murders, and how the killer mutilated his victims in trademark fashion. During the tour, you'll be treated to a taster of a very traditional English dish at one of London's oldest, most authentic 'chippies'. You'll also visit Spitalfields Market and see the Ten Bells pub, the rumoured hunting ground of Jack The Ripper.
Days of operation from 18th July 2022
- April-October: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday
- November-March: Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday