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London: Grim Reaper Walking Tour

1. London: Grim Reaper Walking Tour

This 2-hour walking tour of London’s shadowy streets takes you back in time, starting with the 1400s, long before an official police force patrolled the dark alleys in the city’s infamous East End. London was a city where tyrants ruled, and the weak were swallowed by death’s gaping maw. The walk through the city’s gloom takes you through the sites of gruesome executions and crushing poverty, of overcrowding, disease, and depraved criminality. Retrace the bloody trail of the notorious Jack the Ripper's murders, get a taste for a new breed of soul harvester born of the Victorian age, and see the plague pits, the Bloody Tower, and Traitor’s Gate. You will go to several notoriously haunted areas of the East End and discover how traitors and criminals were punished, why the Ripper was never caught, and what life was really like for people living in the East End. In a city so full of light and beauty, this walk will show you the darkness waiting around every corner.

London: East End British Food & Drinks Private Walking Tour

2. London: East End British Food & Drinks Private Walking Tour

Eat and drink like a Londoner on this private dining tour of London's East End. Originally a neighborhood of immigrants, with a dark past associated with crime and poverty, today it is one of the best areas to dine in London. Visit five of the best pubs and taverns frequented by Londoners. Start your tour through the charming streets of East London and stop at one of the most interesting places in London: a café in the middle of a medieval church. Taste the most authentic British pastries accompanied by a classic tea or coffee. Next, it's time to try the classic London dish: fish and chips. Enjoy this dish with a cold beer while your local guide tells you the darkest stories of Jack the Ripper, a famous character from the 19th century who murdered his victims in the same area where your tour takes place. Visit one of the best pubs in London while you taste the typical "Scotch egg", a popular pub dish in Great Britain consisting of a hard-boiled egg inside sausage meat that has been shredded and baked or fried. Finally, sample the classic English pie, a traditional British dish consisting of a puff pastry filled with a rich sauce and slowly cooked meat or vegetables. Savor these pies served with a craft beer or wine in a beautiful English tavern with a buzzing atmosphere.

London 1- or 2-Hour Professional Photo Shoot

3. London 1- or 2-Hour Professional Photo Shoot

Experience London like never before and hire a professional photographer for an exclusive photo session against some of the city’s most striking backdrops. Choose between a 1- or 2-hour session, with a choice of focus for the session as well. Your friendly personal photographer will create stunning photos of you against London backdrops as you discover the city’s charms. The photo-documentary style of photography is unobtrusive and natural, and perfect for capturing special occasions or simply candid moments during your trip. In the vibrant street life of London, there’s plenty of photo-worthy scenes to be found at every street corner. You could be cycling around the city, taking a stroll along trendy shopping streets, relaxing in one of the many parks, reveling in London’s cultural offerings, or just kicking back and enjoying a beer and a meal at a traditional pub. Photo sessions are held in some of the most picturesque neighborhoods. The most popular itineraries include: • Jack The Ripper’s London: Take a walk through the East End of London and retrace the footsteps of Jack the Ripper. From Whitechapel to Brick Lane, you’ll have lots of photo opportunities in the dark heart of London's East End. Travel back in time to the late 1800s. Take a walk through the sprawling markets of Petticoat Lane and Commercial Road, and on to the darkened corners of Mitre Square and Bucks Row! • Royal London: Explore the area around Buckingham Palace and see the Changing of the Guard. See Westminster Bridge, Big Ben, the London Eye, and South Bank. • Beatles London: Re-enact the Beatles’ Abbey Road crossing and explore Carnaby Street, the London hub of the swinging 60s. Alternatively, the photographers encourage you to choose your own locations that suit your personality and style.

Private East London Walking Tour with a Local

4. Private East London Walking Tour with a Local

When you book this tour, the supplier will be in touch within 24 hours after booking to find out more about your personality, tastes and interests so we can assign a like-minded Local who can create a bespoke experience for you. You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Your outing will start at Spitalfields Market, one of the area’s oldest markets over 350-years-old. Here, you will wander around the eclectic mix of retail and restaurant stalls to explore over two stories of this gorgeous stone edifice, which is like a hipster version of Covent Garden. Your local will meet you at the market, where you will stop for a coffee at a cafe that many locals swear serves the best coffee in town. Here, your local will have some time to get to know you and what you are eager to experience. They will fit their insider knowledge of the area to your individual needs. The tour is unscripted so even though you will book an initial timeline, the day might evolve in different directions to ensure that you experience Shoreditch your way.  Wander off to Brick Lane, which is the most visited narrow lane in East London. Londoner’s argue it has some of the world’s best Indian food, outside of India, but there are quirky cafes, record shops, vintage shops, market stalls and more. There is much to discover here, on a street that is as rich in history as it is in cuisine. Along the way you’ll make tangents exploring warehouse conversions of vintage shops and outposts of trendy clothing designers. If you are up for lunch, you could stop at a buzzy restaurant serving a range of wonderfully tasty Indian street food dishes.  After this, you can explore the two-level bespoke shipping containers where artists and creative designers exhibit and sell their work. There are also restaurants and bars with several terraces to eat, drink and look out over the urban sights. Finally, head to Old Street via Hoxton, known for its vibrant nightlife. Your local will lead you past some of the trendiest bars and rooftop gardens. Wander down side streets to view some great street art and uncover hidden gems such as a motorcycle cafe within the fabric of the community. After a thorough exploration of Old Street, your local will leave you with tips on where to head next, and places to see during the rest of your trip.

London: Street Art Tour with Banksy Exhibition and Lunch

5. London: Street Art Tour with Banksy Exhibition and Lunch

Enter the playground known as the “Graffiti Tunnel” in Waterloo before visiting the “Unauthorized Private Collection” of Banksy on this guided tour of London’s most memorable street art spots. Stop at Old Spitalfields Market for a street art-themed lunch. Dive into an immersive tour through different spectrums of the street art industry in London, perfect for art lovers. Experience firsthand the everchanging street art landscape influenced by culture and society. Spot work by artists such as ZABOU, ROA, HNRX, Wozerski, ANTE Ltd, DREPH, Mr Cenz, Jimmy C, Daniel Blackwood, Ed Hicks, Martin Ron, Otto Schade, STIK, and Butterfly Man. Keep an eye out for even more art by Gums and Tongue, Otto Schade, Tom Gerrard, Jim Vision, Ryan Roadkill, David Speed, FAN, Nathan Bowen, Sr. X, Nelius, and many more. Remain immersed in the art theme at lunch with street art food carefully selected from the famous Spitalfields Market. From there, head to Leake Street Tunnel, also known as the “Graffiti Tunnel,” and Covent Garden, to enter the “Unauthorized Private Collection” of Banksy. See Banksy’s sculptures, prints, screen prints, canvasses, and limited-edition pieces loaned from private collections. Witness one of the most explosive, provocative, and influential artists in the world.

London: Historic Spitalfields Walk

6. London: Historic Spitalfields Walk

You will begin your guided walking tour in front of Liverpool Street Station right at the edge of Spitalfields. Your expert Blue Badge Tour Guide will take you on a circular route through this incredible area that bathes in 'old time feel' - with the City of London skyscrapers towering over it. You will hear fascinating stories of immigration and learn why it was that Protestants, Jews, Catholics and Muslims ended up here and how they left their mark. The route takes you past the old Huguenot houses that once housed attic workshops for silk weaving, churches, synagogues and mosques as well as an old Jewish soup kitchen that was in use until the 1990s. Of course, London's East End is also famous for its street art of which there will be plenty to see. Your tour will conveniently end just around the corner from Old Spitalfields Market where you can indulge in a variety of lunch offers.

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4.8 / 5

based on 391 reviews

I was a tourist in my home town! And so happy that I was. What a great way to see the hidden corners of Whitechapel. There was a large enough group, people from all over the place. I was on my own, as well as another lady and a man from Germany. We were lucky with a lovely sunny evening in May. I have no morbid fascination with murder cases, I simply looked at what tours were on offer and thought this would be interesting- and I wasn't disappointed! It's a fascinating case, and SO much more was brought to this by the tour guide than I had ever seen in documentaries about it. AT FIRST. I thought that the guide should have a London accent, as in the same if I went to Dublin, it would be nice if the guide had a local accent- this girl was from Italy- but she really did herself proud, full of energy and so friendly and helpful. It was as good as it possibly could be and I HEARTILY recommend this to anyone visiting London. You really are left far more enlightened.

Josh was so informative with a wealth of knowledge…. I learnt a huge amount.A Sunday walk through the east end is a must ,wandering through the side streets and finding so much art was incredible.

Jack and Hannah were fantastic, very knowledgeable. Would highly recommend if the macabre is what you are looking for.

It was a very informative tour which covered various parts of the city. Well worth cost. Really great guide!

Very interesting tour. Covered a lot of facts and details