Educational Visits in London

National Justice Museum Education delivers educational programmes at the Royal Courts of Justice and the Rolls Building, providing a creative learning experience for educational visits in London.  We also work with a range of partners to deliver sessions in schools and at legal and heritage sites across the capital.

The Royal Courts of Justice is home to the High Court and Court of Appeal with over 80 courtrooms in total. The historic and professional environment of the Royal Courts of Justice is ideal for hands-on learning and makes a memorable educational day trip for all ages and abilities. Students will get the opportunity to step into these prestigious working courtrooms and explore key spaces within this iconic London landmark with a dedicated education facilitator. Groups will learn more about the legal justice system including careers in law and the different cases which are heard here.

The activities listed below are available in addition to our core programme of courtroom workshops

Please note, minimum group sizes are 20 students. If you wish to bring fewer than 20 students we, in most cases, will still need to invoice for 20 to cover the costs of delivering the session.

“Students are in awe of their surroundings at the Royal Courts of Justice…Amazing afternoon with an inspiring mock trial” Weston College