A Frightfully Good End of Term Trip

So, we’re nearing the end of term for students to break up for the summer holidays, and excitement is undoubtedly in the air. However, instead of forcing students to watch mind-numbing documentaries in a stuffy classroom, why not organise an end of term class trip as an extra special treat.

In fact, for the history lovers amongst us, why not take your students on a Jack the Ripper Tour, run by the experts here.

On the tour, students will have the opportunity to learn all about the notorious killer that haunted the cobbled pathways of the East End of London in 1888. Not only will they walk away with new-found and exciting knowledge, which is great for their studies, but they will also have the chance to ask questions as we lead them through the real murder sites of Whitechapel.

Of course, we always welcome their own theories and ideas as to the true identity of the Ripper, as well as the case itself, including why the police force at the time were unable to catch the killer and much more.

The best part of our tour though is that students will also have the chance to learn visually. Although we will explain everything in great (grisly) detail as we explore the murder locations, our unique use of Ripper Vision, complete with images of real evidence, video clips and the like, will bring the tour to life too!

As the only tour company to use Ripper Vision, you can be sure that your class are receiving only the best experience when it comes to learning about the killer of 1888.

So, what are you waiting for? Sign up for one of our Jack the Ripper tours today this summer or take your students back to the autumn of terror during the following season, as a start of term trip instead.

For more information, get in touch today or see our website.

Richard CobbRichard Cobb – has written 221 posts on this site.
Richard Cobb is a industry expert on everything Jack The Ripper, he is also the founding partner of The Jack The Ripper Tour which has become extremely successful over the last 3 years.

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