The Royal Courts of Justice (London’s High Court) is an enchanting building on London’s Fleet Street.
The building is reminiscent of a cathedral in both style and scale. Soaring arches and beautiful stained glass windows ornamented with the coats of arms of Lord Chancellors and keepers of the Great Seal, combined with a mosaic marble floor leading to a maze of enchanting corridors to create a majestic setting or exciting visit to one of London’s best kept secrets.
Located on the Strand and just a few minutes from London’s Theatreland. A visit to London would not be complete without seeing the Royal Courts of Justice.
Join us for a unique (and unforgettable) half-day London legal walking tour which combines a tour of inside the fabulous Royal Courts of Justice with a walk through some of London’s beautiful Inns of Court.
Unique London Legal Tour by guides with legal expertise (some who are judicial-office holders).
Hear about the history and the development of the Inns and how legal training has evolved over many centuries, whilst walking around them and taking photographs at your leisure.
A tour of inside the Royal Courts of Justice (no photography allowed inside the RCJ).
See external views of several very important historical sites, and hear about the fascinating judicial history and of these sites and their most famous cases.
Due to the expert knowledge of our Guides we can tailor the tour to meet your group’s individual needs e.g by including a trip to the Old Bailey.
We can’t guarantee the weather, but we guarantee the tour will always take place.