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Very informative and thought provoking tour. The guide was excellent. The tour group was a very manageable size (8) so you did not miss anything as we strolled through the backstreets of Whitechaplel.
Well worth the stroll.
This tour was very interesting and Rob was terrific in giving us so much information about Jack the Ripper.
Absolutely Brilliant!!! Our Guide Joe was great and so knowledgeable whilst keeping us interested and entertained. Really loved it.
Jolly good entertainment! Even in the rain- a must do tour whilst in London
terrific tour great guide really made you picture the scenes and sights of the era
This tour was just plain fun! Our guide George was very personable and kept us all interested in the tales of Jack the Ripper as well as the neighborhood the victims lived in. He told us of the life style in White Chapel in those days and gave a quite interesting and fun tour. Nice way to spend a few hours in the evening
Had a great time on this tour as well. The guide was great at story telling. It covered a part of London that I might not have gone to on my own and is really not mentioned in tour books. Plus at the end of the tour you are in one of the best areas of town for great Indian food!
A very informative guide with a wealth of information. Very good tour.
Excellent tour despite the rain halfway around, George the tour kind was outstanding would highly recommend this tour and the guide George.
5 stars all round
Facinating to hear about Jack and the theories as to who is was. Excellent tour ending at The White Hart Pub. Would recomment to anyone for a great few hours in London.
Exceptional tour. Our guide George was very entertaining and knowledge about the area and the circumstances surrounding the mystery that was "Jack the Ripper". We arrived about 45 minutes early and sat in an M and S across the street with a view of St. Botolphs which was the meeting place. George was there approximately 15 minutes ahead of time and kept everyone entertained while awating the rest of the group. In addition to having a very popular name, as an actor and partime standup comic, George's commentary was very entertaining and informative. My 8 year old grandson, Jason, who did not accompany us on the trip, has since taken an interest in "the Ripper" history. Books and information he has gathered since our trip is "spot on" to the information provided by George. His description of Mitre Square during that era was exactly the way it was pictured in a book my Grandson discovered in a book store. We kept a brisk pace and hit many landmarks of Ripper lore. At the conclusion of the tour, George walked us back to Aldgate Tube Station since he was headed, but we were too filled with adrenaline to end the night and opted for a late dinner in the Hoop and Grapes pub almost directly across the street from the tube station.