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Jack the Ripper Virtual Tour

Guided by Simon W.

Walk Times

DayWalk TypeStart TimeEnd Time
7 June 2020 Special7.30 pm8.30 pm Summer
14 June 2020 Special7.30 pm8.30 pm Summer
21 June 2020 Special7.30 pm8.30 pm Summer
28 June 2020 Special7.30 pm8.30 pm Summer
5 July 2020 Special7.30 pm8.30 pm Summer
12 July 2020 Special7.30 pm8.30 pm Summer
19 July 2020 Special7.30 pm8.30 pm Summer
26 July 2020 Special7.30 pm8.30 pm Summer
2 August 2020 Special7.30 pm8.30 pm Summer
9 August 2020 Special7.30 pm8.30 pm Summer
16 August 2020 Special7.30 pm8.30 pm Summer

Watch the trailer:  JACK THE RIPPER – A VIRTUAL TOUR

Like what you see?  Click here to go on it.

When? Every Sunday night at 7.30 pm (British Summer Time). So:

7.30 pm (British Summer Time) on Sunday, June 7

7.30 pm (British Summer Time) on Sunday, June 14

7.30 pm (British Summer Time) on Sunday, June 21

7.30 pm (British Summer Time) on Sunday, June 28

7.30 pm (British Summer Time) on Sunday, July 5

7.30 pm (British Summer Time) on Sunday, July 12

7.30 pm (British Summer Time) on Sunday, July 19

7.30 pm (British Summer Time) on Sunday, July 26

7.30 pm (British Summer Time) on Sunday, August 2

7.30 pm (British Summer Time) on Sunday, August 9

7.30 pm (British Summer Time) on Sunday, August 16

And so on. Permanently. Continuously. Every Sunday evening at 7.30 pm 

Where? 1. On your screen (wherever you are: London, Sidney, California, Berlin, Chiangmai, etc.). In short,  in the comfort of your own home (we guarantee you – you will not be rained on). 2. In the East End of London during the Autumn of Terror.

Who? Award-winning, top-flight, professionally qualified (Blue Badge), supremely gifted Guide Simon Whitehouse. It all comes down to the guiding.

Who else? Jack the Ripper, Jack the Ripper victims, Jack the Ripper suspects, Jack the Ripper investigators, the terrified denizens of the East End of London, etc.

What? A guided Virtual Reality Tour of “the events” of the Autumn of Terror. You will be shown things. You will hear the story. You will “meet” the principals. You will be taken there. You will return having undergone a harrowing experience. Anything else? Yes, the Tour is interactive. You can interact with Simon and your fellow walkers – ask questions, make comments, etc.

Why? By popular demand. And because it’s the most chilling, compelling crime story ever.

How long does it last? About an hour.

How does it work? The wonders of the Internet. In a word, Zoom.

Do I have to book? Yes.

Why do I have to book? Because we restrict the number of participants to 25. It is not a herd experience. We want to get the comfort level of the group right. Get some group chemistry, get people meeting and interacting with their fellow group members (if they want t0), get some group intimacy. For that, a maximum of 25 is ideal.

How do I book? Click here.

How much does it cost? £8 per person. But get this: it is the most tremendous bargain because if you hold on to your ticket you can go for free on the regularly scheduled, nightly at 7.30 pm Jack the Ripper Walk (from Tower Hill Tube) when you are next in London and this wretched pandemic is behind us and we are able to operate the live tour in London. The charge for which is £12. You will get it for free. It’s a can’t miss, a no brainer.

What sets it apart? It’s the London Walks Jack the Ripper Virtual Tour

So what? “London’s best guided walks” Time Out;  “London Walks is without a doubt the premier walking tour company in the entire world” – that’s what.

Is it possible to book a private Jack the Ripper Virtual Reality Tour? Yes. Get in touch with us here at London Walks. Email: london@walks.com             Tel. 020 7624 3978

What if I have further questions? Eezy peezy. Contact David or Mary at London Walks. It’s 18/7 and you get a real person, a living, breathing human being – not some automated, metallic “voice” presenting you with an infuriating series of options (“press this button, press that button” ad nauseum).

Email: london@walks.com    Tel. 020 7624 3978

Anything else? Yes, be sure to watch the trailer. It’s at the very top of this page.