The Great Hall, also known as the New Hall, is a Grade II listed building in Lincoln's Inn, London WC2.
The Tudor style building contains a banqueting hall and offices.
Designed by Philip Hardwick with PC Hardwick & John Loughborough Pearson.
The foundation stone was laid on the 20th of April 1843 by the RT. Hon, Sir J. L. Knight Bruce, Vice-Chancellor and Treasurer to the Society of Lincoln's Inn.
The building is situated on the left of the Main Gate to Lincoln's Inn at the southeast corner of Lincoln's Inn Fields, at the junction of Lincoln's Inn Fields and Serle Street.
2016 July - Summer 2018 Major refurbishment works to the Great Hall and Library.
The nearest tube station is Holborn.
1. Lincoln's Inn, its ancient and modern buildings; with an account of the Library By William Holden SPILSBURY
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