Jack the Ripper Walking Tour of London’s East End

Jack the Ripper Walking Tour of London’s East End

Aldgate High St, London EC3N 1AB, UK

If you're interested in learning about the suspects in the case of London's most notorious killer, this is the tour for you!


Descend into London’s dark history with an evening Jack the Ripper walking tour. Spend two hours exploring London’s East End with your informed guide. As you wind through the dark alleys of Whitechapel, learn the horrifying details of the 1888 killing-spree at the hand of this still unknown serial killer. Hear about the victims and theories on the suspects, then warm your chilled blood with a drink at Ten Bells pub, a key setting in the Jack the Ripper mystery.

  • 2-hour Jack the Ripper walking tour of London’s East End
  • Explore Whitechapel with an expert guide, seeing sites linked to the Victorian serial killer
  • Learn about the original investigation, seeing black-and-white photos of the crime scenes
  • Hear stories of the key suspects and victims like Mary Jane Kelly
  • Finish your tour at the Ten Bells, a historical pub that is said to have been a favorite of Jack the Ripper

As night falls on the city, meet your guide at Botolph's Church in Aldgate for a chilling 2-hour walking tour through the East End.

Get an introduction to Whitechapel – Jack the Ripper’s hunting ground – and hear details of the world’s most infamous serial killer who remains unidentified after more than 125 years.

Pass pubs and locations where the Ripper’s victims frequented, and wind through the eerie warren of alleyways where the killer’s five victims were found by horrified Londoners.

Along the way, examine original crime scene photos and newspaper clips offered by your guide.

As you stop by the scene of each murder, hear stories about the key suspects and victims like Mary Jane Kelly and Elizabeth Strides, who were brutally assaulted with a surgical precision that baffled the authorities.

Your tour concludes at the historic Ten Bells pub, where victims Annie Chapman and Mary Jane Kelly may have been directly before their murders.

Sip on a drink (own expense) as you conjecture and hypothesize about the Whitechapel murders with fellow history buffs and your guide.

By the end of the tour, you’ll have a better understanding of the killings that shook the world, and continue to be the subject of intense curiosity and speculation!


If you're interested in learning about the suspects in the case of London's most notorious killer, this is the tour for you! See newspapers and other artifacts from the time of the gruesome murders.