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We generally hate guided tours, preferring to wander around on our own, but based on the great reviews here (and our love for morbid tales) we decided to take a chance on this one. We're glad we did! I can't remember our guide's name, but...More
This tour was amazing. Our guide Sinead was able to transfer us back into the Victorian London of 1888. While she told us the story from different perspectives and stunningly detailed we almost were able to feel the depressing atmosphere of the last minutes of...More
A walking trip around Piccadilly, London with Simon W of LONDON WALKS.
Our Royal Eltham Women’s Institute ladies met our guide ‘Simon W’ outside the Criteria Restaurant at 1:30am for our walk around the area of Piccadilly.
We saw a Church called St James’s Church,...More
Very informative, interesting and humorous experience walk around White Chapel with our guide Paul not only was this gentleman very
clued up on Jack the Ripper but he shown us other interesting land marks and their history which added to an enjoyable evening.
Our tour guide was Angie, who made our evening! We really didn't know what to expect from this tour, and we were skeptical about how interesting it would be wandering around Whitechapel on a Saturday night, however the way Angie delivered the tour and told...More
The tour was excellent!
We left at 7:35, and Delianne was our guide. She was engaging, animated, and had a quick wit, throwing out both facts and jokes. She was amazing.
Even in January, with the rain and the cold, it was well paced, showed...More
Our guide was Angie,she was a brilliant.
She told the story not only of Jack the Ripper,but also from the unfortunate victims side.She painted a picture of London in the 1880’s that complemented the tour.
Book it you would not be disappointed.
We did the tour in December so it was cold but dry, if it’s cold out you will need to wrap up & get some comfortable walking shoes on as the tour lasts 1 hour 40 minutes but you see some great monuments and architecture...More
Whether you're here for its dynamic street life, world class galleries or famed curry houses, you're bound to be wowed by the uniquely cosmopolitan flavor of Whitechapel. Long gone are the days when Jack the Ripper stalked its streets. And despite his mysterious legacy bringing throngs of curiosity driven tour groups to its back alleys and otherwise serene garden squares, these days you're more likely to catch a
cutting edge fashionista scurrying through its age old lanes than criminals of any sort.
not scary or jumpy at all. it's very interesting historically, and it gives a great illustration of how the time and events were back then. they do talk about the murders somewhat graphically but not in a gory fashion. we... More
not scary or jumpy at all. it's very interesting historically, and it gives a great illustration of how the time and events were back then. they do talk about the murders somewhat graphically but not in a gory fashion. we crossed the wall that separated the west end of london from the east end, which is not really advertised anywhere and you can see the original pub of that era. the guides are professional and first rate. it's a serious and somber presentation, not comical or Hollywood-ish.