Law In London Tour
Personal tour guide with maximum of 10 persons
This is a guided walking tour and moderate fitness is recommended.
Royal Courts of Justice, Inns of Court, Old Bailey, former P.M. Tony Blair’s cloisters ( law offices ), Temple Church & the Rolls building
Complementary drink at historic pub Included.
Copy of the Magna Carta Included.
Cost: £145 for Adults, £140 for Seniors and Children (ages 6-15), Free for under 5’s.
* Make your tour private (just you and the guide). Simply check "Tour is private" at checkout. Cost: £100 extra.
* Single travellers are welcome: book as one adult or one senior, check "Single traveller only" at checkout. Cost: £100 single supplement.
Law In London
Our unique small group Law in London guided tour is ideal for lawyers, for fans of “ Rumpole of the Old Bailey “ or indeed anyone with an interest in the history of London. Fun and educational! So come along with us on this charming half day walking tour of the Inns of Court, Royal Courts of Justice and views of the Old Bailey
We visit the impressive Royal Courts of Justice ( where the tour begins ), which represents the 19th Century vision of British justice, and the Rolls Building – its 21st Century equivalent, where litigants from around the world come to resolve their disputes.
” No man is an island . . . therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls. It tolls for thee. ”
We complete the tour at one of the lovely historic pubs ( eg. The Knights Templar ) where lawyers frequent and tour guests are treated to a glass of fine British ale. Each tour guest also receives a personal copy of England’s famous Magna Carta.
Cost: £145 per adult. £140 for Seniors and children 6 - 16.
* Single travellers please note: due to the economics of guided tours, you will be paying a single supplement of £100. Normally, you will be getting a private tour.
Payment: advance booking only. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners and ApplePay.
Times: Tour runs Monday to Friday only: 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Tour starts at front entrance to the Royal Courts of Justice, on the Strand.