On this evening tour we explore the dark side of London and learn more about Jack the Ripper. We'll start by driving around London and your guide will tell you all the dark secrets, The Theatre Drury Lane is said to be the most haunted Theatre in London. You'll get to find out why!
We also see the Old Bailey, the site where numerous hangings took place and a drive along Fleet Street, home of Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street.
As the night gets darker, we'll approach London’s East End where crimes in the 19th century was everyday occurrence. It was here Jack the Ripper came out of the fog in the autumn of 1888 and terror struck as he stalked and butchered his five female victims.
We leave the coach and walk his death trail discussing the evidence and the suspects. We also visit the 10 bells Pub from 1752 where most of Jack the Ripper’s victims were said to have drunk.
We will also visit one of London’s most authentic fish and chip restaurants where you can sample this world famous British cuisine – their fish is supplied by Billingsgate Market and served in the traditional manner as you continue your walking tour.
Come along on this fascinating tour and maybe find out why the case to this day is unsolved!