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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 remains closed to the public.

We are making every effort to maintain a functioning court system in support of the administration of justice and rule of law.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, whilst some Supreme Court cases will take place in person in the building during the Trinity term, all JCPC cases will continue to take place remotely by video conference. See the Trinity Term list for details about all cases.

The UKSC and JCPC building is COVID-secure. Read more about coming to court and our guidance for all users during the pandemic.

Where an in person UKSC hearing is taking place, entry to the building will be limited to parties in the case. Members of the public will not be admitted but all hearings are available to watch live and on-demand via our website.

While we are closed please keep in touch with us by following us on Instagram and Twitter or visiting our YouTube channel to learn more about our role and work.

Virtual Tour

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

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