Your culture attendant: things to do in London

A THING TO DO THIS FRIDAY

LONDON
Price: £8
Time: 1-2 hours
The Inns of Court, the legal centres of London, contain beautiful historic buildings surrounded by beautiful (and carefully manicured) gardens. Discover the highlights and the history with a walking tour this Friday at 11am, beginning from Exit 3 of Chancery Lane tube station. (Nearest station: Chancery Lane)
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