London, Spitalfields
Starting from Aldgate station this walk offers a wide range of interesting pubs in Jack the Ripper territory. Select pictures for larger size.

Goodmans Fields London
Start
at the Goodmans Fields pub. From Aldgate tube station, cross the road in front of you, turn left and then right into Mansfield Street. Follow the road to reach Alie Street on your left. You can either turn left here to visit the White Swan, or if it is not open yet, keep walking down Mansfield Street to reach the Goodmans Fields. This Wetherspoon pub stands in the area originally known as Goodman's Fields, named after Roland Goodman, who farmed the land here for the nearby nunnery.
87-91 Mansell Street. Open from 9am daily. Free wifi. Food served all day.
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http://www.jdwetherspoon.co.uk/home/pubs/goodmans-field

Retrace your steps to visit the White Swan.

White Swan

White Swan Spitalfields

21 Alie Street E1 8DE Open 11am Mon- Fri Only
Traditional style pub split into two areas served by a single bar. Shephern Neame ales.
Food available lunch and evening. Free wifi.
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http://www.shepherdneame.co.uk/pubs/aldgate-east/white-swan

Turn left out of the White Swan and then turn right into Leman Street. You will soon reach the Oliver Conquest.


The Oliver Conquest

Oliver Conquest

70 Leman Street. E1 8EU. Open all day from noon, Saturdays 5pm-11.30pm, closed Sunday.
Snacks served lunchtime only. Surprisingly nice inside despite the drab outside appearance. Pleasant chatty landlord, Over 100 gins available. Free wifi.

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Leave the Oliver Conquest and walk back to reach the Dispensary on your right.


The Dispensary Leman Street

The Dispensary.
19a Leman Street E18EN. Open from noon all day, closed SAT & SUN
The building was constructed in 1858 to house the Eastern Dispensary. This had been started by a group of doctors in 1782 and with the Duke of Wellington as its president, it was one of the first attempts to provide medical treatment to the poor of the area.
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http://www.thedispensarylondon.co.uk/
From the Dispensary, turn right and then turn right into the high street. Cross the road at the crossing opposite the White Hart.


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The White Hart.  89 Whitechapel High Street.  E1 7RA Open all day from noon.

Traditional pub with a good range of ales. Ripper victim Martha Tabram was found dead in the alley to the right of the pub. Good food available lunch and evenings, including Thai.
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Turn left out of the White Hart and continue along the High Street to reach Osbourne Street that quickly changes into Brick Lane. Walk along Brick Lane to reach Heneage Street on your right.




Pride of Spitalfields

The Pride of Spitalfields.  3 Heneage Street E1 5LJ Open all day from 11am, Sundays from noon.

The Pride of Spitalfields is a super friendly small and homely pub. Amazingly cheap and filling food is available lunchtime and the ales are superb. Two nice cats live here, the one you see most is Lenny. I am told that the piano at the back of the room is the very piano that Napoleon played at the Battle of Waterloo.
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http://www.timeout.com/london/bars-and-pubs/pride-of-spitalfields

https://foursquare.com/v/the-pride-of-spitalfields/4ad46036f964a520afe720e3

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