The Law Library of Victoria tours of the Supreme Court Library
Our doors are open to everyone: tourists, QCs, solicitors, self-represented litigants, law students, judges - those in the legal profession – and those not. Opened in 1884, the Supreme Court Library is of architectural, historical and social significance and has one of the largest law collections in the state.
Our tours offer an opportunity to learn more about the library and its place in the Supreme Court. After the tour, we encourage you to spend some time to view our exhibitions and take in the beautiful surrounds under the dome of the Supreme Court Library
The Law Library of Victoria: improving access to justice for all Victorians.
Supreme Court history and heritage tours
The Supreme Court history and heritage tours include a short tour of the Supreme Court Library.
Join a Supreme Court history and heritage tour to explore the magnificent heritage-listed 1880s Supreme Court of Victoria buildings and to learn about the Court, its history, and the library. Tour dates and booking information is available via the Supreme Court’s online event booking system. Bookings are essential.
Other events throughout the year
The Supreme Court buildings may be open to the general public during the year for the following:
Check the websites for further details and confirmed dates for 2017.
Supreme Court Library, 210 William Street, Melbourne.
Opening hours: Monday - Thursday 8:30am - 6:00pm, Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm
Please note: No photography is permitted in the Court precinct, including the Library.