Death, Fire & Executions

Walking Tour

Discover murders places and execution sights


  •   See the place after which " Bloody Mary" got her nickname
  •  Discover the London Devils 
  •  Discover hidden roman cult
  •  Walk across the area of the original brothels 
  •  See the oldest house which survived the Great Fire of London 
  •  Feel the energy of gruesome execution places 
  •  Walk through the burial place of the dead dogs 

115 £ per person

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Sights you will see:

Dirty Dicks pub


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Somebody once said if 'you aren’t in Love with London, you aren’t in love with life'. A place of hopes and dreams, but also a place of death, executions​ and betrayal. 
Start your tour from the first murder place. Afterwards, continue your way towards the oldest house which survived the Great Fire of London and see what the housing system was like before 1666.

Walk along Cock Lane, a street that takes its name after gruesome medieval brothels. Later on, you'll arrive at a church where you will see the notorious execution bell, which rung 12 times to the poor souls condemned to death! If you are getting thirsty, don’t worry, Dirty Dicks is next on the agenda and of course, it's named after a man who didn't wash his "magic wand".
You will see the place after which " Bloody Mary" got her nickname, discover a hidden roman cult and see London Devils! Continuing towards the grave, you see the grave of the woman who brought plague to London in 1665 and the water pump causing its epidemic. Killing over 100,000 Londoners, the water contained human remains after being seeped into the stream from cemeteries. It’s not for the faint-hearted.

Provoking the mind, you get to share the experience with others, hear stories of tragic deaths and get a taste of what London has to offer! 


Meeting Point

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Bleeding Heart Yard, Farringdon, London EC1N, UK

End Point

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Liverpool Street


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Expert Guide
Walking Experience


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Pick up & drop off


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6 pm


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2 hours


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Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday