Lincoln's Inn

Lincoln's Inn itself is one of London's Inns of Court - in effect law colleges, bodies of which lawyers must be members to have the right to appear in court. Like Gray's Inn and the Inner and Middle Temples, Lincoln's Inn's grounds are open to the public at certain times (though not, unfortunately, at weekends - which is why I don't have any pictures of the grounds at present).

Immediately to the west is Lincoln's Inn Fields, actually one of the largest of London's squares, a favourite of the area's office workers with its extensive lawns, gardens, tree cover and tennis courts. Within the terrace fronting the north side of the square is the Sir John Soane museum, a popular institution dedicated to the man who designed the Bank of England and who was an avid collector.

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A mini-gallery of Lincoln's Inn Fields

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  The Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn
  The Sir John Soane museum
Map of Lincoln's Inn Fields by

This page last updated 30th October 2002