Learn the terrifying and unsolved story of Jack the Ripper
The world’s only museum dedicated to this compelling case
See crime-scene recreations and learn about the suspects and victims
Inspect artefacts that have never been on display to the public before
Explore the room where Mary Kelly lived and died
Days of Operation: Daily
Opening Hours: 9:30am until 6:00pm (Last entry 5:30pm)
The Museum will close at 4:40pm on Christmas Eve.
The Museum is closed on Christmas Day
Visit the world’s only museum dedicated to the infamous Jack the Ripper. Gain insight into the suspects and victims of the terrible murders as you teleport to 1888 - the year that Jack the Ripper terrorised the streets of Victorian London. Spread across six floors, become immersed into the painstakingly recreated scenes connected to the murders alongside never seen before artefacts. Some of the incredible recreations include the Whitechapel police station – the epicentre of the investigation. Inspect a wall of clues including original newspapers from the time. If you’re brave enough, descend to the morgue where you’ll find actual autopsy photographs and medical reports of the nine women that fell victim to the gruesome killer. After analysing all this evidence, you might just solve one of the most famous mysteries of all time!