The headquarters of Britain's legal profession lie around a series of squares and courtyards between Theobalds Road and the Embankment. The smaller spaces have a medieval clam which is rare in London (e.g. Staple Inn and Fountain Court) while the larger spaces (e.g. Lincoln's Inn) are elegant and urbane. The Inns comprise: the Inner Temple, the Middle Temple, Gray's Inn and Lincoln's Inn. Temple Church has become a tourist draw since it featured in the Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown.
See eBook chapter: Alicia Amherst on Inns of Court London, in 1907