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Visit to The Royal Courts of Justice

This prestigious Victorian building, in the Strand, is one of the last great wonders of Gothic revival architecture in England and is reminiscent of a Cathedral. With more than a century of history, over 1000 rooms and a three and a half mile labyrinth of hallways it is one of London’s best kept secrets. Designed by George Street the building was opened by QueenVictoria on 4 December 1882 and by day is home to the Court of Appeal and the High Court of Justice of England and Wales.

We will meet at10.45am outside the main entrance for a guided tour around the building to discover more about the art, architecture, history and the working of the courts. The tour lasts two hours and costs £10. Numbers are limited.


To book your place, and arrange payment, contact Jackie on 8778 5455 or email: