The Supreme Court is the final court of appeal and plays an important role in the development of UK law.
You can visit the Supreme Court free of charge, and watch a case in the public galleries.
Guided, paid-for tours are also available. On the hour-long tours, you can explore the courtrooms, access the Justices’ Library (not usually open to the public), and find out all about the history and work of the Supreme Court. After the tour, you can take a look at the exhibition area and visit the cafe.
The Supreme Court is usually open to visit Monday to Friday, with tours taking place on Fridays. There are additional tours during the court’s recess periods.
Prices and opening times
|Concession Ticket||£5.00 per ticket|
|Adult Ticket||£7.00 per ticket|
You can visit the building free of charge. There is a charge for guided tours.
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Open to the public Monday to Friday, 9:30am until 4:30pm.
The court does not sit on Fridays.
Guided tours take place most Fridays throughout the year.
Venue Details & Map
Parliament SquareLondonSW1P 3BD