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Jack the Ripper Walking Tour in London
"On this 2 hour Jack the Ripper Tour you will get to explore how an Autumn of Terror in 1888 can still send a shiver down your spine to this very day.The discovery of a body on 31 August 1888 in London’s East End set in motion one of the most famous manhunts in criminal history. For Ripperologists and amateur sleuths have been trying (and failing) to discover the identity of the man known as Jack the Ripper!Throughout the Jack the Ripper Tour you will explore the historical background of the Whitechapel murders and their passing into a genre almost in their own right. We will examine how public perception of these gruesome but gripping murders has been shaped and compare that to the reality o""Two hour guided walk of the East End street the notorious killer Jack the Ripper knew. Led by a professional Ripperologist be prepared to enter the heart of darkness.title=Highlights&1=2-hour+Jack+the+Ripper+evening+walking+tour&2=Explore+the+streets+of+East+London+on+a+chilling+after-hours+tour&3=Unravel+the+truths+and+myths+about+London%E2%80%99s+most+infamous+serial+killer&4=See+the+notorious+murder+sites+with+a+pr
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"Royal Palaces Pass: Kensington Palace
"Royal Palaces Pass: Kensington Palace Hampton Court and Tower of London""Tower of LondonHome to the Crown Jewels the Tower of London reverberates with dark secrets where priceless jewels glint in fortified vaults and pampered ravens strut the grounds. Founded by William the Conqueror in 1066 and enlarged and modified by successive sovereigns the Tower of London is one of the world's most famous and spectacular fortresses. Discover its 900-year history as royal palace and fortress
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Windsor Castle - Hampton Court Palace Shuttle from Windsor Castle
"Leaving Windsor Castle (visit at own expense) the medieval castle favoured by reining monarchs since the 11th century you will take the short and direct Shuttle ride to Hampton Court Palace. Your journey follows the River Thames where passengers will see several notable sites.Soon after leav parliamentary democracy and to the supremacy of law. Today the Magna Carta is commemorated by a monument donated by the American Bar Association. Alongside the Magna Carta monument stands the John F Kennedy memorial opened by the Queen in 1965.Ap as well as passing the riverside home of David Garrick an 18th Century actor playwright and theatrical producer. You also observe the Temple which he constructed to commemorate the genius of William Shakespeare. Finally you pass the former home of Sir Christopher Wren the architect who is famously associated with the design of St. Paul's Cathedral in London.The Shuttle arrives immediately outside the main entrance to Hampton Court Palace approximately 30 minutes after leaving Windsor Castle. Visit to Hampton C stroll through over 60 acres of enchanting gardens
From GBP10.00

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Royal Oak, Leatherhead

This pub has been transformed by the current couple-friendly atmos, great food, SUPERB BANDS ON SATURDAY NIGHT WITH FREE ENTRY!, All the rotters have been cleared out and the pub has changed...
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The running horse.

An olde worlde pub that has a fantastic range of real ales. Low beams and a small restraunt with a seperate tap/pool room. Clothes must be worn in all bars but you can go topless in the garden.
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Crystal Palace Park

Despite the whole local area now being known as Crystal Palace for a building of that name the story does not start here but rather in the rather grand setting of Hyde Park close to Buckingham Palace...
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Florence Nightingale Museum

It’s a small museum with a lot of informative exhibits from Florence Nightingale’s life. The museum it’s separated in three rooms and each room represents something from her life. You will find...
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Wimbledon

Your gambling nature can have a boost at the greyhound racetrack down in Wimbledon. This fast running creatures developed by manmade conscious breeding programs on the greyhounds with the total focus...
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Horniman Museum & Gardens

This was another one of those unexpected finds we have all over the UK, and mainland Europe as it happens. The collection and museum was founded by Fredrick Horniman, a Victorian tea trader, in 1901....
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Brixton Market

This is a lovely ornate Victorian gothic drinking fountain that was completed in 1866. It commemorates the freeing of slave in the British Empire in 1834. It was commissioned by Charles Buxton, whose...
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Richmond Castle

Richmonds Castle was started in 1071 and dominates the town today. Best preserved part is the Large Keep. Only 2 stone built castles in England equal Richmond in age, Colchester and Durham. The...
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