Day 1: We arrive London with an hour or two’s free time before we visit the poignant but utterly compelling Foundling Museum. Established in 1739 by the philanthropist Thomas Coram to care for abandoned children.
We stay overnight at indeed another fascinating ‘find’ in London. Not in the least historic but wonderful all the same.
Day 2: Two remarkable locations to visit today starting with a tour of Middle Temple - an oasis of historical buildings, gardens, courtyards in the heart of legal London situated right by the River and probably the finest example of an Elizabethan Hall in London.
After a break for lunch we descend on a building often seen on the TV News - the Royal Courts of Justice – home to both the High Court and Court of Appeal of England and Wales.
Being very much a working court, you’re likely to experience the hustle and bustle of barristers running in and out of the courts and you’ll get to know what it feels like to sit in the Judge’s Chair.
We leave London for home afterwards.
Price includes; Coach, hotel, hot and cold buffet breakfast and entrance costs where applicable. Single Supp. £35
*Note; this tour is not suitable for persons with mobility problems