Statues of Sir Walter Raleigh and Dick Whittington stand above the first level facing each other at either end of the Court. Mr. Whittington's facial expression shows he is overwhelmed at finding himself in Tudor times!
A single dovecote hangs hidden on the side of one of the buildings half way along the Court and six weather vanes are located on top of the buildings.
Copper coloured ships decorate the classically moulded ceilings at both entrances to the Court whilst containers moulded with lions and unicorns line the walkway providing an aesthetically appealing standard for modern refuse bins!
Several stairways take visitors to the second and third floors to admire London Court through some of the arched iron openings. From these landings visitors get a special feeling for the narrow streets, facades, window boxes, ornaments, decoration and village-like atmosphere of life in a past era.