Jack the Ripper Tour

Enter the secret world of violence, prostitution and gin

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Come on a journey through the dark, dirty and murderous streets of London’s Dickensian past. Enter the secret world of violence, prostitution and gin — ruled over by the menace of Jack the Ripper.

Meet the Street Tours invites you to join us on our Jack the Ripper walking tour. See the sites where Jack performed his grisly murders and walk the same streets as his unfortunate victims. Hear about the salacious side of Victorian life and learn the facts about slums and inner city poverty in the 1880s. It’s a chance to finally separate fact from fiction, myth from reality and get to know exactly what Jack did to those tragic girls. You’ll get to play detective too when you’re given a sinister profile of some of the most likely suspects.

So why not get out your magnifying glass and Meet the Streets to try and find out Whodunnnit!

Aldgate Underground Station

Aldgate - EC3N 1AH


Nearest Station: Aldgate

Directions: Outside Aldgate Underground station


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    I absolutely loved this tour! George is enthusiastic, delivers it in an animated way. And (important for me!) wasn't in fancy dress. The timing also suited me - starts 5pm, whereas others are 7pm
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    Fun and interesting time! A glimpse into Londons dark and fascinating past. Recommend!!
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    Great Jack the Ripper walking tour. It was 2 hours around Whitechapel/Spitalfields but not too much walking involved (I did it in heels as I came straight from work and was fine). The guy was really enthusiastic and informative, he could answer every question and told the stories in a way that made history come to life. Definitely recommend this tour.
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