Explore the dark side of London in this fascinating Jack The Ripper Guided Coach Tour in London, featuring a coach ride through the city's gruesome history and a visit to The Sherlock Holmes pub. You'll see the Old Bailey where public hangings took place; pass the hospital where the Elephant Man lived; and see the site where William Wallace was tortured, before arriving in the back streets of East London for a walking tour of Jack the Ripper's death trail. Then it's off to the pub to weigh up the evidence as you consider the suspects in this unsolved case. There, you'll find a wide collection of Sherlock Holmes memorabilia ' the perfect ending to this investigative experience.
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This three-hour Jack the Ripper Guided Coach Tour is made up of three parts. On arrival at the meeting location at gate 21 of Victoria Coach Station, London, you will be greeted by your guide and shown to your tour bus, where the experience begins: Part 1: Coach Drive Through Dark London The tour begins with a coach drive through the dark side of London. You'll see the Old Bailey; the Royal London Hospital where the Elephant Man lived; the Wallace Plaque where 'Braveheart' was tortured; and hear tales of gangland warfare, butcherous barbers and great train robbers. Part 2: Jack the Ripper Walk As the night draws in, the tour approaches London's East End, where in 1888, terror struck as Jack the Ripper came out of the fog and dimly lit alleys to stalk and butcher his five victims. You'll walk his famous murder trail inspecting each site, deciphering the evidence and discussing the suspects as you seek to uncover - who was Jack the Ripper? Part 3 : The Sherlock Holmes Pub Fancy a nightcap? The tour ends in the warmth of the Sherlock Holmes pub (drinks not included), where you can catch up with fellow participants to discuss the case.