13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields – located
on the North side of the square.
Museum Hours: Tuesday to
Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. – Lecture
Tour each Saturday at 11:00 a.m. (tickets
available from 10:30 a.m.) – First Tuesday
evening each month from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00
p.m. when some rooms are lit by candles.
Please note, groups (6 or more individuals)
must book in advance; max 25 persons.
Tube Stop: Holborn, on the
Central Line and Piccadilly Line. As you exit
the station onto Kingsway, take a left heading
down Kingsway (South) just a block and then
left on Remnant Street which leads you to the
square of Lincoln’s Inn Fields. Stay
on the North side of the square you are already
on, and part way down the block you’ll
find the Museum at No. 13.
Green Spaces: the park within
the square of Lincoln’s Inn Fields and
a separate, smaller park behind the brick wall
at the Eastern end of the square at Lincoln’s
Inn (open to the public between 12.00 and 2.00pm)
with its historic New Square, gothic hall and
Food: along Kingsway – everything
from EAT., Café Nero and Starbucks to
bistros like All Bar One (corner of Remnant
and Kingsway) and restaurants such as Coopers
(49 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, Tel 020 7831
6211), plus other options on High Holborn .
Other things TO DO at Lincoln’s
Inn Fields: Lincoln’s
Museum at the Royal College of Surgeons
Within Easy Walking Distance:
British Museum, Covent
Garden area, Silver vaults in Chancery
Foundling Museum, Dr.
Johnson's House, Courtauld Gallery and
Hermitage Rooms at Somerset
So, besides providing directions
we also provided them with a link to GOOGLE
EARTH. Click here
for the various shots as we zoom into England
> London > Lincolns Inn Fields
> and No.s 12 / 13 / 14. You
really can see the unusual angles of the
three townhouse building walls, the skylights,
lantern lights and courtyard additions.