Do you know what’s interesting about London? It has no shortage of things to do and places to go.
But do you know what’s more interesting about London? It has no shortage on strange, yet fun activities to do.
Here are some of them:
Jack The Ripper Tour
Also known as Whitechapel Murderer, Jack the Ripper is an epitome of London’s darkest times – an unidentified serial killer who gruesomely rampaged the streets of Whitechapel back in 1833. He was notorious for killing women by cutting their throats, as well as mutilating their abdomens. He was also notorious for killing women by removing their internal organs, which only made the authorities believe that he was an expert in surgical practices; hence the name, Jack the Ripper.
You can learn more about Jack the Ripper by going on an exclusive trip with Secret Chamber Tours as the shocking path of the most elusive criminal in history is revealed – including the actual crime scenes of his victims, the actual penned letters he left with his victims, and the actual place where he frequently visited.
The Diver Of Rainham
River Thames is not just known for being the longest river in England and the second longest river in the United Kingdom. It’s not just known for being a great location if you want to see picturesque views on almost all cities of Greater London. River Thames is also known for being a great location if you want to experience thrilling activities like kayaking and sailing. Most of all, it’s also known for being home to The Diver.
This 15-foot high galvanized steel figure partly submerges underwater during high tides and completely submerges underwater during neap tides. It was created by John Kaufman back in 2000, with his family’s diving history in mind. You can see an extraordinary view of it on River Thames via a car park located in Rainham.
I think it’s time to go book for another Big Ben hotel accommodation – and of course, experience these strange, yet fun activities to do in London.