Follow in the footsteps of Jack the Ripper and the Elephant Man on a 2-hour tour of the East End of London. Learn about the slums and secrets of London’s most creative and culturally diverse neighborhood. And end with an optional curry lunch!
What to Expect
From street art and local galleries to gang lords, Jack the Ripper, Dracula, the Elephant Man, and the Krays, London’s East End has it all. A place of former slums and city secrets, this 2-hour walking tour takes you off the beaten track in one of London's most creative areas.
Knowledgeable guides will introduce you to colorful characters, and tell you about the waves of immigration that defined the city’s most culturally diverse district. You will see the street art that has come to characterize the East End, most notably by the elusive artist Banksy, and walk down streets lined with family stores laden with rolls of brightly-decorated fabric.
At the end of the tour, you are free to carry on exploring on your own or you can join your guide for lunch at one of the finest East End curry houses. Yum!
From Liverpool Street Station, take the exit up the stairs opposite platforms 3 and 4. Meet your guide at the Children's Statue directly in front of you.
Please note it is the statue outside the station in front of the McDonald's.
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Know Before You Go
Please note, this tour runs on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.