On the lower ground floor of The Supreme Court, a permanent exhibition provides an insight into the work and history of the UK’s highest court, as well as the history of the building. Visitors can also experience the challenges of being a Justice of The Supreme Court at first hand.
The exhibition provides information about the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council and how the two courts fit into the legal systems of the countries they serve.
Temporary exhibitions will also be put on display from time to time.
The exhibition space is located on the lower ground floor near the café and shop, in an area once used for prisoners’ cells when the building was a Crown Court.