One of the four ancient Inns of Court, Middle Temple is situated at the heart of London, overlooking the Thames. Although just moments away from Fleet Street, The Strand and Embankment, the peace and tranquility of the grounds and the awe-inspiring splendor of the buildings is a world away from the hustle and bustle of the London streets.
Built between 1562 and 1573, the main buildings have remained virtually unchanged to this day, with many original features surviving the Great Fire of London and both World Wars. Superb, detailed architecture, impressive oak paneling and beautiful stained glass create a breathtaking and majestic atmosphere - a truly spectacular setting for your event.
Weddings, gala dinners or garden parties, board meetings, AGMs or corporate dining; our specialist staff are experts in creating tailor-made events that are as unique as the Middle Temple itself.
From the cobbled, gas-lit streets through to the Hall itself, the Middle Temple has been a home for legal professionals since it was first built in the 16th century. Many of the original Tudor details have survived and are still in place today, such as the beautiful heraldic stained glass memorial windows and the double hammer beam roof of the Hall.
Over the years many tales have been told about the various original artefacts that can be found throughout the Inn today. These artefacts are all still in use, and will lend a unique atmosphere to any event.
We offer tours of the Inn and our expert guides have many stories to share about the history of this incredible venue and the tales that surround it.
Please contact us to book a time with our guides.