Please all you locals in the Aldgate/City area who have yet to do our great Jack the Ripper tour come and support this local business. 25% discount in cash on arrival for you! 


We  have now opened again with  the 1st Jack the Ripper walk on Saturday 25th July at 7.00pm accompanied by our resident Jack the Ripper . Please follow the link below to make your booking.

However PLEASE NOTE due to  limited space for strict social distancing at present we are unable to take any discount voucher customers. You will be greeted and invited to use hand sanitiser at the start and photos will be shown not handed around. We have also had to alter the route and some stops slightly to accommodate this.


For all Jack the Ripper fans past & present we will also be broadcasting the tour on https://www.zoom.com.  Starting date  is  Thur 2nd Jul 2020 and weekly after this!

 Each session will contain the full story accompanied by photos of victims, murder sites and  the area. A Q&A session will follow the broadcast! 



Jack the Ripper-Walks

Once a month at present on FRIDAYS 7.30,

Fortnightly on SATURDAYS at 7:00,  

  please refer to online booking page  calendar,

 for all available tour dates!

              Call us on 07949 588840 or email us at  infojacktheripper.walks@gmail.com

Meeting at Aldgate Station

Jack the Ripper-Walks has a  scary Jack the Ripper escort! 

(Saturdays only)

The ONLY tour to have this!

Unsuitable for children under 14

14-16 must be accompanied by an adult

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On Jack the Ripper-Walks this is just a taster of what you will hear about Jack’s crimes! Your Expert Ripperologist 25 yrs exp, in Victorian costume ( Wed, Sat & Sun only) will lead you through the very streets, where these murders took place on a mission to discover any clues of his identity! On our tour you will hear all the gruesome details of the murders, visit original crime scenes see crime scene & victims photographs.

Ten Bells Pub where Mary Kelly drank

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an unforgettable experience!

Jack at Work

       Dare you walk with our tour into the dark where Jack will be waiting for you!




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Sweeney Todd Walks


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TOURS  A few dates available now! Please check on booking page calendar for dates, once a month

Sept Oct & Nov

Temple Station 8:00 pm

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For further information or late bookings 07949 588840

Unsuitable for children under 12

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Easy Shaving for a penny,

as good as you will find any!

Said the sign over Sweeney’s door. A shave so close that you would be minus your head or find yourself plummeted down into the cellar where, if you had not broken your neck, Sweeney would soon finish you off with his barber’s knife! Hear the story of how Sweeney Todd chose his victims very carefully, robbed them, murdered them and disposed of their bodies in Mrs Lovett’s pies!

Inside Sweeney’s shop!

Hen & Chicken Ct where Sweeney’s shop supposedly stood

Also included, a tour of the Temple, a still gas-lit area, where medieval knights once lived until hey were accused of heresy by King Phillips V1 of France. Arrested, many were starved to death, some tortured to give up the secrets of their monastic order, it was said that they  practised worshipping a jewelled head a form of heresy they were then, burned slowly strapped to a scaffold. Also on the walk Temple Bar, Dr Johnson’s House, another mass murderer, even worse than Sweeney himself!

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Temple Gateway

Private tours also available please click here for prices page for details! 

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