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Free London Walking Tours

Why not enjoy London at a slower pace, and join one of our Free London Walking Tours.


Free Changing the Guard Walking Tour

Enjoy a distinguished stroll around London locations that British Royals are known for. Watch the Changing the Guard ceremony outside Buckingham Palace, as your expert guide shares with you all the history of this iconic tradition.

Together you will explore the City of Westminster, home to both royalty and government. Our expert guide will introduce you to many of the world's most famous sights, making history come alive.

See and learn about iconic landmarks, including: St James's Palace, Clarence House, Pall Mall, Waterloo Place, St James's Park, Horse Guards Parade and of course Buckingham Palace.

Your memories from this tour would make a wonderful backdrop for all that is British and your photographs will help the memories last.

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Free Jack the Ripper Walking Tour

Who was Jack the Ripper? Delve into the world of Victorian London and discover the victims, suspects and the gruesome story behind the unidentified killer, on this ominous and entertaining walking tour.

In the early hours of 31 August 1888, a man walking to work down a dark lane in Whitechapel, found a shapeless bundle lying on the ground. He went to investigate and found Mary Ann Nichols, an East End prostitute murdered in the most gruesome way. This was the first of many killings, sparking one of the most famous man hunts in the world. Ripperologists and amateur sleuths are still trying to work out the true identity of the man they called Jack the Ripper.

During the walking tour you will follow the shadowy trail left by Jack the Ripper through East London's Whitechapel in the Victorian era, coming across the places where the grisly murders took place. Begin at Aldgate East underground station, before continuing down Aldgate High Street to Mitre Square, where the serial killer infamously claimed two unlucky victims, Elizabeth Stride and Catherine Eddowes, leaving their bodies in the street.

The next stop is Goulston Street, where arguably the most vital clue to solving the case of Jack the Ripper could be found. Ramble down Commercial Street before arriving at the notorious Hanbury Street, where the body of horrifically mutilated Annie Chapman was discovered. Play detective during this marvellously morbid walking tour and see some famous London sights too.

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