The Royal Courts of Justice (London's High Court) is an enchanting building on London's Fleet Street.
The building is reminiscent of a cathedral in both style and scale. Soaring arches and beautiful stained glass windows ornamented with the coats of arms of Lord Chancellors and keepers of the Great Seal, combine with a mosaic marble floor leading to a maze of enchanting corridors to create a majestic setting or exciting visit to one of London's best kept secrets.
Located on the Strand and just a few minutes from London's Theatreland. A visit to London would not be complete without seeing the Royal Courts of Justice.
Address: Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London, WC2A 2LL
The Royal Courts are close to many London Hotels and attractions, including Covent Garden, Somerset House, the London Eye, Big Ben and St Paul's Cathedral.
The Courts are open from 9:30am to 16:30pm Monday to Friday all year round.
The building is DDA (Disability Discrimination Act) compliant with full access for wheelchair users.
Temple station (5 Minutes by foot)
Holborn station (10 Minutes by foot)
Chancery Lane station (10 Minutes by foot)
St Paul's tube (15 Minutes by foot - 5 Minutes by Bus)
Bus numbers 4, 11, 15, 23, 26, 76, 172, and 341 stop outside the RCJ.
Bus numbers 1, 59, 68, 91, 168, 171, 188, 243, 521 and X68 stop on Kingsway and Aldwych.
For more detailed travel information please visit Transport for London www.tfl.gov.uk.
There are numerous cycle hire docks near by.
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