Set in 11 acres of spacious, beautifully maintained private gardens right in the heart of Central London, Lincoln’s Inn is the oldest of the four Inns of Courts and an active, working society of barristers and judges, law students and members alike have dined “in Hall” since 1490. Steeped in tradition and grandeur, their two halls available for hire provide sumptuous and unique backdrops for your special event.
The Old Hall dates back to 1490 and has many notable features including the wooden screen designed by Inigo Jones at the South end, and Hogarth’s painting of “Paul before Felix” on the North Wall. The fine Tudor architecture makes this a magnificent but intimate setting for a wedding.
Opened by Queen Victoria in 1845, the Great Hall is one of the most distinguished buildings designed by the eminent nineteenth century architect Philip Hardwick. Working in the Tudor Revival Style, he produced a building of great originality, strength and refinement. From the high vaulted ceilings to the numerous coats of arms and portraiture, the Great Hall provides a spectacular location for any wedding. In the summer months, the East Terrace can be used for pre-dinner receptions.