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Selhurst Park

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Jack the Ripper Tour with 'Ripper-Vision' in London
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Jack the Ripper Tour with 'Ripper-Vision' in London

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Immerse yourself in Victorian London on this one-of-a-kind Jack the Ripper experience featuring RIPPER-VISION.™ Unlike other tours, your guide uses handheld projectors to accompany spine-chilling tales of the murders committed by Jack the Ripper in the 1800s. As you explore the dimly lit back streets of Whitechapel, images of Victorian London are projected onto buildings to guarantee a highly atmospheric experience. Plus, an evening departure time means you’ll experience London at its most mysterious.  
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Kevin M wrote a review Feb 2020
Halesowen, United Kingdom56 contributions11 helpful votes
For the away fan you’ve literally got the smallest bar with no space around it and it was chaos ! Gave up trying to go at half time. Ground is very old and in need of work . Can’t believe this is a Premiership stadium . Home fans were silent apart from One very small section at the far end, rest of them may aswell been asleep . 10 min walk to Station which gets you back into central London
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Harshbutfair wrote a review Jan 2020
Bromley, United Kingdom4 contributions
Wooden seats, terrible views. Quiet home fans with an annoying small group of imitation European football supporters. Their is a Sainsburys in one of the stands which was a highlight. Poor transport access in a rather grim area. Was very far out from London. Near Croydon. Did the stadium tour, some of the worst facilities I have ever seen. The trophy cabinet was also significantly lacking.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Nidgehammer wrote a review Dec 2019
Stevenage, United Kingdom4,708 contributions869 helpful votes
First time back here for about 5 years but have been coming here to watch West Ham since the early 80’s, about 10 visits or so. It’s an old school ground despite having at least two new stands since I first came and has a good atmosphere if not a bit “happy-clappy” home fans. Slightly restricted view right in the corner about 20 rows back but I enjoyed being at a proper football ground rather than our 60,000 filled soul-less bowl. Not much room behind the away stand and facilities are pretty grim but I guess that’s part of the experience. It’s a nightmare to get to if you’re from north of the river but I’ll keep coming back to remember what old grounds are like.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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SteMar247 wrote a review Dec 2019
Maidstone, United Kingdom3,573 contributions271 helpful votes
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I was invited to a corporate box to watch Palace v Brighton and had a great evening. The armosphere was excellent, the box was good and the food very good. I would love to go sgain.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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RazzyBthefirst wrote a review Nov 2019
Macclesfield, United Kingdom951 contributions338 helpful votes
There are some contenders; Burnley is in a poor area and their away allocation is unacceptable. Everton are overdue a new stadium but it's a classic stadium with a good capacity. Wolves is a bit grim, away support spread over the length of the pitch but at least they give you 3,000. Access to Palace from the north is not ideal but that's not their fault. The surrounding area isn't great but again, that''s where they are. The most annoying thing is the chaos inside, cramped conditions everywhere you go. The signage is poor and a massive stanchion in front of us, apparently not a restricted view. The best things about the stadium are the eagle and the cheerleaders. At least they're making an effort. I should add that security failed to stop an absolute whopper from getting in to the ground with 2 flares. The idiot is stood there, so pleased with himself, gassing his fellow supporters. Eventually someone came over but he wasn't carted out.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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