Certainly take a look at the outside as you walk by on the lower portion of Spring Garden Road. It is lovely building that heard its first trial in October of 1860, over 150 years ago.
The inside isn't quite as nice but I still enjoy the grand, wooden staircase and ornate courtrooms. You will have to go through a metal detector to get inside. There is a docket printed in the waiting room but the helpful Sheriffs will let you know what interesting cases are going on in the 5 courtrooms. There is always something interesting and the courtrooms are all open to the public but you can't take pictures or record anything. All cases here are criminal law and some cases may be quite graphic.
If you are interested in the law, be sure to visit the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal on Lower Water a Street.
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