How to find us
The Supreme Court, Parliament Square, London SW1P 3BD
The Supreme Court is situated on Parliament Square, Westminster, directly opposite the Houses of Parliament close to the statue of Abraham Lincoln.
The Supreme Court is open to the public from 0930 to 1630, Monday to Friday.
- District and Circle lines to Westminster (Exit 6 for Whitehall west)
- Jubilee line to Westminster (Exit 6 for Whitehall west)
Once out of the station walk round the corner away from Whitehall (you should be on Great George Street) and cross the road by the traffic lights. The Supreme Court is on your right hand side behind the statue of Abraham Lincoln.
Nearest mainline stations:
- Victoria (just over 1 km): Walk down Victoria Street (on the left hand side of the road) until you see Westminster Abbey. Cross over by a small traffic island and continue past the QEII Exhibition Centre. As you turn the corner to come on to Parliament Square you will be walking alongside the building. The main entrance will be on your left.
- Charing Cross (just over 1 km): Turn left out of the main train station exit onto the Strand. Passing Waterstones on you left, cross two roads and then walk down the length of Whitehall until you reach Parliament Square. Cross Whitehall, turning right (you should be on Great George Street) and cross the road by the traffic lights near the RICS. The Supreme Court is on your right hand side behind the statue of Abraham Lincoln.
- Routes 11, 24, 29, 88, 159 and others all go through Parliament Square. The closest stop, right outside the court, labelled 'H' and is served by the 148 and 211. Stop 'R' is situated at the end of Victoria Street by Westminster Abbey and is served by the 11, 148, 211, and 24.
The Supreme Court building is fully adapted for disabled access, with lifts to all floors. There is also a dedicated lift to Court 3.