Visiting the Middle Temple
The best way to get a feel for the Middle Temple and what we have to offer to students is to come and have a look for yourselves.
Tours are complimentary, but must be booked in advance. Tours can only take place on weekday mornings. Unfortunately it is not possible to host a tour during the afternoon or at weekends. Please note there are some times of the year when the hall is closed and tours are not possible (e.g. Easter, Summer Holidays and Christmas Holidays), please contact us to discuss availability.
We ask for students when attending tours to respect the professional environmental and dress accordingly. Dress to be smart causal, clean and no ripped clothing. No shorts, track suites and preferably no trainers. Jeans can be worn but must be smart and clean, and not ripped.
Tours for individuals or small groups (up to 5 people)
To find out more or to book a tour for an individual or small group (no more than 5 people per group), please contact Sarah Hankinson on firstname.lastname@example.org. These tours start at 10.00am and last approximately 45 minutes.
Group tours (up to 20 people)
We encourage undergraduates and Sixth Form students to organise group visits to the Inn. A typical format would include an introduction from a member of the Education Department’s team, with plenty of opportunity for questions and answers about the history of the Inn and all the steps involved in becoming a barrister at Middle Temple. We may also be able to offer lunch in Hall at a subsidised rate.
For enquiries about group tours please contact Sally Yorke on email@example.com.
Open Day for schools and universities
The Middle Temple organises an Open Day every year, usually in March, aimed at students at Sixth Form and undergraduate or GDL level with an interest in a career at the Bar. Click here for more information.