Follow the coronavirus guidance for London.COVID-19 information

Jack The Ripper Walking Tour

Follow in the footsteps of Jack the Ripper on a walking tour. Image courtesy of Shutterstock.
Book Now * Visit now to explore without the crowds
Learn more about Jack the Ripper and the Whitechapel murders on a walking tour covering creepy and infamous spots.
Content contains affiliate links – marked with asterisks. If you click through and make a purchase, Visit London receives a commission which is put back into our work promoting London.


Follow in the footsteps of one of the world's most notorious murderers, Jack the Ripper, on this east London walking tour.

What is the Jack the Ripper Tour?

The Jack the Ripper Tour takes you on a walking trail in east London to find out the stories behind the Whitechapel Murders, which are still one of the greatest unsolved murder mysteries.

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.

Try to solve the age-old mystery as you join a professional guide and uncover key east London spots in the gruesome murder story.

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.

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

How long is the tour?

The Jack the Ripper Tour lasts approximately two hours.

How much is the tour?

Tickets start from £12 per person.

Where can I book tickets?

You can book tickets online for the Jack the Ripper Walking Tour.

Book Now * Visit now to explore without the crowds

Opening Times

Opening Times

The tour starts at 6pm from Traders Gate Souvenir Shop, 35 Tower Hill – walk down the steps from Tower Hill Underground station and the departure point is on the right.

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

Is Jack The Ripper Walking Tour your business?

Find out how to become a Partner to enhance your listing and access other benefits.

Look for similar items by category