Jack the Ripper, Haunted London and Sherlock Holmes - Premium Tours hotel package

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Jack the Ripper, Haunted London and Sherlock Holmes - Premium Tours

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Victoria Coach Station Gate 13, 164 Buckingham Palace Rd
London
SW1W 9TP

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Victoria station is 7 minute walk (546 metres)

Attraction notes

Age restrictions: Not suitable for children under 12 years old

Booking from: 01 Sep 2020

Booking until: 31 Mar 2021

Opening hours: 1st April 2019 – 31st October 2019 Daily. Nov, Dec 19 & March 20 Weds, Fri & Sun. Jan & Feb 2020 Weds & Fri. Check In: 6.40. Depart:7pm

Pick up point: Please check in at least 20 minutes prior to departure and hand your voucher to the Premium Tours representative on board the bus.Vouchers are only valid for the date and time booked.

Important info: Please check in at least 20 minutes prior to departure and hand your voucher to the Premium Tours representative on board the bus.Vouchers are only valid for the date and time booked.Seating is based on a first come first serve basis and seating on the upper-deck cannot be guaranteed.Not suitable for children under 12 years of age.On rare occasions the open top bus may be changed to a closed top bus.Tour starts at 7 pm at Victoria Coach Station gate 0 and will finish approx. 9.30 pm at Trafalgar Square (Sherlock Holmes Pub).

Jack the Ripper, Haunted London and Sherlock Holmes - Premium Tours


Jack the Ripper, Haunted London and Sherlock Holmes ? Premium Tours
An open top double-decker bus gives you the full and immersive experience of seeing London's historic scenery as well as giving you the opportunity to walk through the very streets where some of England's famous individuals lived. Firstly, you will experience London and all the history that it holds whilst travelling around on a double-decker bus. The tour will take you past many places like the banqueting house where Charles I, monarch over the three kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland between 1625 up until 1649, was executed, along with having an expert guide tell you stories of the legends buried at Westminster Abbey. You will also get to see and hear all about the Royal London Hospital, the Tower of London and Westminster Hall which is where Sir William Wallace was tried for treason during his capture for being the lead Commander during the first War of Scottish Independence. You will then have a walking tour of the haunted Smithfield Market, as well as having the opportunity to see William Wallace's plaque where he was famously tortured. Followed by going through the streets famously known as the location for Jack the Ripper with the opportunity to look at the murder sites of his 5 victims. The tour will end at the Sherlock Holmes pub where you can see Sherlocks investigator memorabilia and have some traditional English meals.

Interesting facts about Jack the Ripper, William Wallace and Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes is said to be the most well-known fictional investigator of all time written by British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, first printed in 1887. All books but one book, are set between the Victorian and Edwardian eras. The BBC created Sherlock Holmes the TV show in 2010 and ran until 2017. However, they modernised it and had it set-in present-day London. Jack the Ripper was an unidentified serial killer in 1888 who was believed to have been active in largely poverty-stricken areas around Whitechapel, London. He was said to have possibly had medical knowledge due to the murder victims often being female prostitutes that had their abdominals removed. The name Jack the Ripper allegedly came around from a letter that was sent it from someone claiming to be them. The letter was said to possibly be from the media or journalists at that time for more newspaper circulation. Jack the Ripper is still a well-known serial killer who has been investigated many times throughout the 131 years. Sir William Wallace was known as one of the lead commanders of the First War of Scottish Independence. Since his death, he has had an iconic status in Scotland and beyond. Along with being known for the Battle of Sterling Bridge and the Battle of Falkirk, Wallace is known for his famous death in August 1305. In 1995 the film Braveheart was made, staring Mel Gibson and was based on 13th Century Scottish warrior William Wallace.

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Jack the Ripper, Haunted London and Sherlock Holmes - Premium Tours

Sightseeing with Premium Tours
Victoria Coach Station Gate 13, 164 Buckingham Palace Rd
London
SW1W 9TP

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Victoria station is 7 minute walk (546 metres)

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