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Lincoln's Inn Fields, Newmans Row · interesting places nearby
Lincoln’s Inn information
The attractive Lincoln’s Inn has a chapel, pleasant square and picturesque gardens that invite a stroll, especially early or late in the day. The court itself, although closed to the public, is visible through the gates and is relatively intact, with original 15th-century buildings, including the Tudor Lincoln’s Inn Gatehouse on Chancery Lane.
Inigo Jones helped plan the well-preserved chapel, which was built in 1623.