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Supreme Court launches Virtual Tours

Supreme Court launches Virtual Tours for members of the public

When we first opened our doors in 2011, the Supreme Court declared itself a place for all citizens of the United Kingdom. We have always been dedicated to the idea that justice must not only be done, but that it must be seen to be done. We are still committed to this idea. So, even if you can't visit the building in person yet as the building is closed due to the pandemic, now you can explore it through a virtual tour.

One of our experienced tour guides will show you around the building, its three courtrooms and our stunning library. You will learn about the creation and work of the Court, explore the legacy of the Middlesex Guildhall and discover the art and architecture of the beautiful Grade II* listed building. This is an interactive tour and place are strictly limited to up to 25 people, so you will have the opportunity to engage and ask questions. Tours are suitable for adults and children over 12 years old. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Availability and booking

Tours will take place on Fridays at 11am and tickets can be booked via Eventbrite. Tickets cost £5 per person including a booking fee and will be conducted via Microsoft Teams.

Please note, it is not necessary to have Teams already installed, it will open automatically in your browser.

We are looking forward to seeing you virtually soon!

Useful links

Watch a Supreme Court hearing

Education groups - take a free virtual tour of the Supreme Court