Venue

The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple
Middle Temple Lane
London, EC4Y 9AT

The garden can be accessed via Fountain court

Pedestrian access to Middle Temple

There are several pedestrian gates into the Inn:

  • Fleet Street Gate – open from 0600 to 2000 Monday to Friday for access from Fleet Street to Middle Temple Lane. Open 24 hours for egress from Middle Temple Lane to Fleet Street (press green button on right to open gate).
  • Devereux (or Judge’s Gate) – open 24 hours a day leaving the Temple from Fountain Court to Devereux Court and from 0600 to 2000 Monday to Friday entering the Temple.
  • Tudor Street Gate – open 24 hours a day for access and exit.

Public Transport

Bus

There are bus stops on Fleet Street. For buses heading west stay on the Middle Temple side of Fleet Street and the Strand. For buses heading east, cross onto the northern side of Fleet Street.

Underground / Tube

The nearest station is Temple served by the District and Circle lines.

Mainline train

Blackfriars / City Thameslink is within 10-15 minutes walking distance. Charing Cross / Waterloo / Victoria / Kings Cross / Euston and St Pancras Stations are all within 7 stops on the underground from Temple station

Access to Middle Temple by Car

The only vehicle entrance to the Temple is via Tudor Street which is manned 24 hours a day. Between the hours of 0700 and 2030 on weekdays all vehicles must enter via Tudor Street and leave via the Embankment.

The Embankment gates are closed at 2030 on weekdays and all weekend. Between the hours of 2030 and 0700 on weekdays, and all day at weekends, all vehicles must enter and leave via Tudor Street.

The Tudor Street postcode for satellite navigation is EC4Y 0AY

Parking

The nearest car park is Green Parking Ltd. 11- 15 Bouverie Street London EC4Y 8DP

Unrestricted parking after 1830 on single yellow lines is available in Essex Street, Arundel Street, Temple Place, Temple Avenue, Tudor Street and Chancery Lane.