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Jack the Ripper Walking Tour only £5! (RRP £10)(London) with Crowdity
Jack the Ripper Walking Tour only £5! (RRP £10)(London) with Crowdity

Jack the Ripper Walking Tour only £5! (RRP £10)(London) with Crowdity

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Voucher valid for 1 year - so you could book at your leisure. Something to do while you visit London at half the cost - ideal to do as a group!
The story of the Whitechapel murders is one of the great unsolved mysteries in the world. It is also one of the most fascinating and blood thirsty tales you will ever hear. It happened here in London in the year 1888. In the early hours of 31st August 1888 a man is walking to work down a dark lane in Whitechapel, he sees a shapeless bundle lying on the ground near some gates, curious he goes over to investigate. His gruesome discovery of a murdered East End prostitute then started one of the most famous man hunts in the world. Ripperologist’s and amateur sleuth’s to this day are still trying to work out the identity of a man they called Jack the Ripper.

This walking tour is a brilliant experience for tourists and locals alike to experience the true history of East London and the scary tales. The guide that leads the Jack the Ripper walk for Golden Tours certainly has the edge that makes it the best tour of its kind. You will be made to feel like you are in the same eerie time of the murders that you can almost smell it. He will be dressed in full costume and character to fully embrace the atmosphere of the tales. The guide is Rippologist and has spent a great deal of time studying the local conditions and criminal evidence in the Jack the Ripper case to ensure you come away with the whole story

Buy today and have a year to redeem, buy for all your friends to make it as part of a fun night out

Terms and Conditions

* Multiple buy for your friends and family
* Valid for 1 year
* Booking essential
* Call direct to book on 0207 233 7030
* Available April to September - Daily 3:30pm 6:00pm
* October to March - Tue, Thur, Fri, Sat & Sun at 6:00pm
* Departs: Traders Gate Souvenir Shop, 35 Tower Hill

2 Comments

Is this like the one from the Apprentice?

Cause I know for a fact that the Thames is NOT the second largest river in London...

Everyone know's it's the third
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