The Inns of Court Tour – Lincoln and Gray’s Inn
- Step back through the centuries of Legal London
- Discover how freedom and liberty are upheld
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Find out what links those 2 names. Who were they? Why is their name used for some of the most secret and most unexpected green and peaceful spaces in the hustle and bustle of London. Cross over the centuries to discover why lawyers wear wigs and gowns, where, as Charles Dickens said ‘he who enters here leaves noise behind’, discover how freedom and liberty are upheld, why the lawyers’ offices are called ‘chambers’ and how the current English legal system has its roots in these aged and atmospheric areas.
Discover extensive and glorious gardens and see where so many television and films have been made, where a Shakespeare play was performed for the first time, where the list of Who, What, Why and How is endless!
- Start: Chancery Lane Underground Station (Central Line)
- End: Blackfriars Station (District & Circle Lines)
Suitable for all age groups.