Royal Courts of Justice

Witness real life legal dramas at the Royal Courts of Justice, a magnificent Gothic building where many of the nation’s most serious civil, libel and appeals cases are heard. The public is permitted to view, unsupervised, all 88 court rooms – just don’t interrupt proceedings! Admittance is free but with more than three miles of corridors and over a thousand rooms, booking a tour guide to explore the lavish interior ensures you won’t get lost in the legal maze.

Opening Times:
Mon—Fri 09:30—16:30
Sat—Sun Closed

Booking not required


Official RCJ Tours are conducted on select Tuesday mornings at 10:30 and 11:45, lasting approximately 1hr. Official tours can only be booked online.





020 7947 6000


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