Explore Victorian London at the Jack the Ripper Museum
The museum at 12 Cable Street is a museum dedicated to the history of the East London in the 1880’s, providing a serious examination of the crimes of Jack the Ripper within the social context of the period. For the first time it tells the story of the man known as 'Jack the Ripper' from the perspective of six of the women who were his victims.
Six incredible floors recreate the murder scene in Mitre Square, Jack's sitting room, the Whitechapel police station, Mary Jane Kelly's bedroom, the mortuary and much much more. Don't miss London's hottest new visitor attraction, only 7 minutes walk from Tower Hill Station