The tour includes:
- The Inns of Court
The four medieval institutions – Lincoln’s Inn, the Middle Temple, the Inner Temple and Gray’s Inn- that still provide a home for the nation’s barristers, the senior branch of the legal profession.
- The Temple Church
One of the London’s oldest and most beautiful churches; once the base of the medieval Knights Templar, now the chapel of the Middle Temple and the Inner Temple.
- The Royal Courts of Justice
The monumental Victorian complex that stands at the centre of the country’s legal system, housing more than 100 courts.
- Fleet Street and the Strand
The fabled route into the City of London, once central to the life of both the legal profession and the press.
- Lincoln’s Inn Fields
One of London’s oldest, largest and grandest squares, steeped in legal history.