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Public guided tours

Public guided tours

The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (JCPC) and Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (UKSC) building is open to the public.

Tours are led by an experienced guide who will show you our beautiful courtrooms. You will be given an insight into the workings of the Supreme Court, the background to its creation and some of the famous cases that have been heard here.

The Court is functioning in accordance with government guidance, in support of the administration of justice and rule of law.

This guided tour will take an hour including an opportunity to ask questions.

When are public tours available?

Fridays at 2pm.

How many people can I book for?

A maximum of 10 people per tour.

How much does it cost?

Adults– £10.00

Concessions – £8.00 (over 60, UK students over 16, disabled, LTDA members)

Free (Children up to 16 years and carers or companions to disabled visitors)

What do I need to attend?

Please wear a face covering in the building, unless exempt. Please note there are no cloakroom facilities.

How do I book?

Tours can be booked via Eventbrite.If you have any questions contact Enquiries or telephone 0207 960 1900/1500.

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Virtual Tour

We are offering virtual guided tours for members of the public.

An online 360° virtual tour is also available, through which people can see the building and learn about its history.