How long does the Jack the Ripper tour take?

How long does the Jack the Ripper tour take?

approximately 1 hour 45 minutes
Q: Where does the Jack the Ripper tour end? A: The tour lasts approximately 1 hour 45 minutes, and ends around the back of Spitalfields market and the Ten Bells pub.

Where can you meet Jack the Ripper?

Hi! You usually meet at one of the little food stands outside of Tower Hill Station. If you visit the London Walks website and look at the Jack the Ripper walk, they give you the specific exit to take from the tube. It’s a very easy place to locate and a tour guide will be there with a sign.

How much is the Jack the Ripper tour?

Price: £15 per person (full adult); £10 for full-time students, over 65s and Loyalty Card holders; £5 for kids. Not in London? Fear not, you can join us on our Virtual Jack The Ripper Tour to give you your fix of Victorian London terror stories.

Where did Jack the Ripper hang out?

1888–1891(?) Jack the Ripper was an unidentified serial killer active in the largely impoverished areas in and around the Whitechapel district of London in 1888. In both the criminal case files and contemporary journalistic accounts, the killer was called the Whitechapel Murderer and Leather Apron.

Where does the Jack the Ripper walking tour take You?

During our walking tour, we focus on the Whitechapel of 1888, discussing the social conditions and the policing methods used in the hunt for Jack the Ripper, a fantastic look into the London of time’s past.

Is there a Jack the Ripper CSI tour?

Join London’s original Jack the Ripper CSI tour led by expert authors who have written books on the world’s most infamous murder mystery.

When did Jack the Ripper take place in London?

The London of Jack the Ripper takes the reader back to the autumn of 1888 looks at the area in which the murders occurred whilst, at the same time, outlining the full story of the Jack the Ripper crimes.

Are there any experts on Jack the Ripper?

Not only are they experts on the world of Jack the Ripper, having written guides and books on London’s most gruesome murders but they are extremely well-informed on the local area.