Jack The Ripper Walking Tour

City of London



Daily at 3:30pm and 6pm


90 minutes




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Jack The Ripper Walking Tour

Tower Hill Underground Station


Follow in the footsteps of one of the world's most infamous murderers, Jack the Ripper, on this walking tour of east London. Follow your guide through London's East End, from Whitechapel to Spitalfields, and learn about one of the world's greatest unsolved mysteries.

Travel back to 1888 and discover one of the most intriguing stories ever told, from the discovery of the first victim in a dark alleyway in Whitechapel, to more gruesome discoveries and the manhunt that followed. Will you be able to follow the trail left by the infamous Jack The Ripper?

What is the Jack the Ripper Tour? 

The Jack the Ripper Tour takes you on a walk through east London to discover the stories behind the Whitechapel murders, which remain one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of all time.

A group is led by a tour guide on a Jack The Ripper guided walk through a dark alleyway in East London.

As cobblestone streets echo with tales from the past, follow your expert guide as they lead the way through the haunted streets of Whitechapel, where one of history's most notorious killers left an indelible mark. Stand at the very locations where the enigmatic Jack the Ripper committed his gruesome acts, including the infamous site like Mitre Square where both Elizabeth Stride and Catherine Eddowes were found.

Discover how the body of a murdered East End prostitute in 1888 started a man hunt for the deadly assassin who soon became known as Jack the Ripper. Delve into the investigation and the manhunt that followed and failed to apprehend the serial killer, leaving behind a series of unanswered questions. 

A dark figure, assumed to be Jack The Ripper walking the dark alleys of  East London, is wearing a top hat and a long cloak.

Try to solve the age-old mystery as you join a professional guide and uncover key east London spots in the gruesome murder story. Hear about the clues and theories that have persisted through time as many have tried to solve the mystery that is Jack The Ripper.

What can I see and do on the tour? 

The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour starts on Whitechapel High Street and takes you past several locations connected to the Ripper crimes, including The Princess Alice Pub, The Ten Bells Pub, Osborn Street, Ye Frying Pan on Brick Lane, Dorset Street, Goulston Street and Mitre Square.

A group if four people are standing in the streets of London at night and seem to be taken aback by something said by their interlocutor during a Jack the Ripper tour.

Most of these locations were places where the Ripper’s victims were last seen or where their bodies were discovered.

How long is the Jack The Ripper tour?

The start time is 3.30pm and at 6pm and the tour will last 90 minutes.

Where does the tour start and end?

The Jack the Ripper tour starts outside the Tower Hill Underground Station exit, just by the ice cream stall.

A tour guide dressed of a tweet suit and a brown hat is standing in a dark alleyway of East London during a Jack The Ripper walking tour.

How to get there: 

  • Tube - Tower Hill station (District and Circle lines) and Tower Gateway ( DLR) are the closest to departure point.
  • Bus - A few bus lines stop near Tower Hill (15 and 26).
  • Cycling -  Rent a Santander bike and make your way to the Tower of London where bike docks are available.

The tour ends at the Ten Bells pub, located near Liverpool Street station. 

Is there an age restriction to take part in the tour?

The Jack the Ripper tour is accessible to children aged 12 and over, with attendance at the discretion of parents. The tour may involve discussions of historical crimes and potentially graphic details.

How much is the tour?

Tickets for the Jack the Ripper Tour start from just £10 per child (over the age of 12) and £15 per adult.

Where can I book tickets?

Book your tickets now and join the Jack the Ripper walking tour.

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Prices and opening times

Child Ticket From £10.00 per ticket
Adult Ticket From £15.00 per ticket

Opening Times

The tour starts at 3.30pm and 6pm from outside Tower Hill station exit, in front of the Ice Cream refreshments stand.

The tour finishes at approximately 5.00pm and 7.30pm, near Liverpool Street Station.