As other reviewers have said a great building from the outside for a photo opportunity. But take the time to go inside, security is quick and efficient and yes you can bring cameras and phones in but you can not take pictures or use your phones in the Court rooms. The little café is a nice find and the Courts are a delight all very old with few trappings of the modern day although some do have video equipment and computers, all very different from the Supreme Court. The building as a fantastic place to walk around with around 90 Court rooms.
We went on a Friday so it was not to busy but some Courts were sitting and numerous Court advocates were about in their robes etc. although we did not go in to any of the Court rooms it is easy to do, just enter and leave quietly and remember to acknowledge the 'Crown' a gentle bow if the head is suffice as you enter or leave - but only if the Court is sitting. Remember to pick up a Free guide at the enquiry desk just after you pass through security, it will guide you around the whole building giving you just the right amount of information. A great way to spend a couple of hours.
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