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London's most Exciting, Entertaining & Educational professionally guided walking tours and special events. Our Jack The Ripper Secret London tour tells the gruesome story of The Ripper from start to finish and also includes many bonus, fun and...more
Tower Hill Station 38 Trinity Square, London EC3N 4DJ, England
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What a fun way to spend a couple of hours on a Wednesday evening. Meet at Green Park Station and get given your clues and challenges then off you go. But look out for the pesky agents trying to get you.
Great thing to do...More
Please, please go on this......it is an excellent way to spend a Saturday afternoon; so much fun. Some clues are very challenging and others a bit easier but the determination to get thorough them all will see you through. Absolutely loved it and have booked...More
Had a great time in this two hour treasure hunt. Start point is Green Park, where you are given a set of clues and allocated a team name. Then it is up to you to travel to different underground locations to find the clues and...More
A great experience, well organised and the clues were a range of easy to hard to make sure you felt like you could it, and challenge also! The end portion of score counting took a while whilst we were stood out in the cold, at...More
Date of experience: March 2019
LPWT, Manager at London Premier Walking Tours, responded to this reviewResponded March 13, 2019
Thank you for your review and we are glad that you enjoyed the Treasure Hunt challenges. It was quite a cold day as you say but we were gathered under the sheltered area outside the station so were protected if there was any...More
Very very insightful and very inclusive. my English is improving so I found it very easy to follow the tour and the excitement without getting lost in translation!! highly recommend this tour it was amazing and the tour leaders real know what they are talking...More
We did a Friday evening Jack The Ripper walking tour with tour guide Sinead which went around the old back streets that don't feel like London. Sinead was very knowledable, entertaining and kept the whole group safe. Learnt a lot, and really takes you back...More
HIGHLY recommend the London Underground treasure hunt, we live in London and so this was something a bit different to do with our Wednesday evening! The clues were cryptic but a lot of fun to try and work out and we managed to get them...More
Fabulous atmospheric walk around the dark streets of the Rippers stomping ground guided by the wonderful Sinead. She really brings the story alive with her knowledge, enthusiasm and theatrical descriptions!
I’ve always been a little obsessed with the whole Ripper story and clearly I’m not...More
We participated in an Underground Treasure Hunt as a group of 7 friends. We had an absolute blast even though our date was in the middle of the Piccadilly Line tube strike. (The treasure hunt avoided the use of that line). There were plenty of...More
7 of us did the treasure hunt on Saturday and really enjoyed it. I liked that you see parts of the tube you probably wouldn't normally see. We were approached by Agent Alex 3 times and gained extra points each time. We also tried to...More
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