Jack the Ripper and Haunted London tour with Fish and Chips

  • Tour code: 133-697
  • Available: Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun (Apr-Oct) ; Wed, Sun (Nov-Mar)
  • Depart from: London, United Kingdom
  • Duration: 3 Hours
From USD$48.93

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Take an evening tour to the most chilling parts of London and follow the path of the infamous Jack the Ripper.

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  • This tour is not suitable for children under the age of 18 years.

Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 London
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  • Departure & Return
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Day 1 London

Guests should meet at the departure location in London at 7:00pm. Our tour will begin with a drive through the dark side of the city. We will make our first stop will be the Theatre Drury Lane, said to be the city's most haunted theater. We will then continue to the Old Bailey, site of numerous hangings, and Fleet Street, the legendary home of the demon barber Sweeney Todd and his accomplice, Mrs. Lovett. As the sky darkens, we will approach the East End, a hotbed of crime and vice in the 19th century. During the autumn of 1888, terror struck when Jack the Ripper butchered five victims. We will leave the coach behind and follow his death trail, inspecting the murder sites, deciphering the evidence, and discussing the suspects. We will also see the 10 Bells Pub, where many of the victims were known to patronize. Afterwards, the tour will end. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

The capital city of both England and the United Kingdom has been a focal point of Western civilization for centuries. This amazing city in the British Isles is famous for places like Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and Westminster Abbey.

  • Always Visit
    Although now possibly known best as the home of (fictional) Sweeney Todd, the "Demon Barber of Fleet Street," this area of London is historically important as the center of British publishing from the advent of the press until the 1980s.
  • Always Visit
    The Central Criminal Court of England and Wales is a famous building in London. It gets its nickname from the street on which it is located. It has appeared in everything from "Tale of Two Cities" to "Pirates of the Caribbean."
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    Usually known simply as "Drury Lane," this is actually the fourth theater on this site with this name. London's premiere theater is now owned by legendary playwright Andrew Lloyd Weber and has been the residency of acts like Monty Python.
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