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Old Sessions House

The Old Sessions House is a historic building located in Clerkenwell, London. Originally built in 1779, the building served as a courthouse and prison until the 1920s. With its impressive neoclassical facade and grand interiors, the Old Sessions House is a prime example of Georgian architecture in London. In addition to its judicial function, the building has also been used as a concert venue and art gallery in recent years. Today, it stands as a prominent landmark in the area and a testament to London's rich history and cultural heritage. 


Old Sessions House, 23 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0NA (map)

Walking routes from nearest train stations

Farringdon (4 mins); Barbican (11 mins) or Chancery Lane (11 mins)

Closest Bus routes

63, 341, 55, 243, or 153













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