The Court House pub in Barnsley
The Court House pub in Barnsley is a traditional English pub that retains many of the characteristics of its namesake. The Court House was built in 1826, and it’s now a grade II listed building. The pub is named after the court house which was built next door in 1819.
The Court House has been around for over 200 years, and it’s still serving beer today! It’s not just any old bar – this place has everything you’d expect from an authentic British pub: a bar, restaurant area, and lounge area.