The High Court of justice is, together with the Court of Appeal, one of the senior courts of England & Wales. It has three main divisions (The Queen’s Bench Division, The Chancery Division and The Family Division) and hears appeals from the High Court and the Crown Court. It used to be the court of last resort and highest appellate court in the UK, until the Supreme Court (another stunning London Court) was established in 2009.
The RCJ has numerous toilet facilities around the building. It has a Cafe (Market Deli) which serves a range of Breakfast and Lunch options, including delicious Pastries. The Cafe is also an accredited Costa Coffee which serves a range of hot beverages. It is open to the public daily from 9:30am to 15:30pm.
Unfortunately not. Photography inside the building is not permitted as Judges, and members of the public appearing at the High Court, may inadvertently appear in photographs which could compromise security and/or privacy.