Jack The Ripper Museum
Jack the Ripper Museum is a historical Museum situated over six floors recreating scenes from the time. The murder scene in Mitre Square, a gentleman’s sitting room (would Jacks’ have looked like this), the Whitechapel police station, Mary Jane Kelly’s bedroom, the mortuary and much, much more
In 1888, Jack the Ripper committed a series of murders in the East End of London that shocked the world. The killings spawned hundreds of theories, books and films, each trying to solve the crimes which, to this day, remain a mystery. The Jack the Ripper Museum, situated in a historic Victorian house in the heart of Whitechapel, tells the full story of the Jack the Ripper murders. Step back in time to the London of 1888, the greatest city in the world, where the greatest unsolved crimes of all time took place. As you explore the museum, you will discover everything there is to know about the lives of the victims, the main suspects in the murders, the police investigation and the daily life of those living in the east end of London in 1888. Once you have all the clues, will you be able to solve the mystery of Jack the Ripper? As you make your way up the stairs, you’ll see details of each murder recorded on the walls. The victims’ names, ages and murder locations are shown, along with newspaper reports and illustrations of the crimes.
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