On the corner of Commercial Street and Fournier Street in Spitalfields.

Name change:
From 1976 to 1988, it was known as “The Jack the Ripper”. Since 1988 it was given its original name of “The Ten Bells”.

Although the exterior of the building has been rebuilt, the interior remains much the same as it did since the days of Jack the Ripper.

Connection to The Ripper case:
Annie Chapman had been seen in the pub near on the morning of her murder. Mary Kelly used to stand outside the Ten Bells in order to attract customers.

The pub has become a tourist attraction and sells a wide variety of souvenirs, it is also part of one of the Ripper walks ran by The Original London Walks.