Visit to the Royal Courts of Justice & Lunch in Middle Temple
Wednesday 21 February 2018
Due to popular demand, the Master has decided to repeat this hugely popular private tour of the Royal Courts of Justice. The building is a marvel of Gothic Revival architecture in England intended to act as a cathedral to justice. Opened by Queen Victoria in December 1882, it is home to the Court of Appeal and the High Court of Justice of England and Wales. Guild members will enjoy a 90 minute tour by expert guides visiting a courtroom and learning something of the wide variety of work that is done in the building and of the people who carry it out. (Please note that the tour includes some walking and a flight of stairs.) After the tour members and their guests will make the short walk across the road to the Middle Temple, where we will join members of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple in the Great Hall for a sustaining three-course lunch with wine.
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