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Meeting Room

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Located on the ground floor the Meeting Room has recently been refurbished to its original period style and contains a raised-oak dais that provides an impressive platform for speakers. This historic location combines a traditional feel with modern features which include a digital projector, retractable screens, wifi and an audio loop for the hard of hearing.

Portraits hanging in the room include Charles Darwin by John Collier, a posthumous portrait of Alfred Russell Wallace and other notable members of the Society.

The Meeting Room is available for hire Monday to Fridays between 10am and 5pm at £399 per day. Half-day or evening hire is possible.

For further details please contact Tom Helps at or telephone +44 (0)20 7434 4479 ext. 13.

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The Linnean Society of London is situated in the heart of the West End on the north side of Piccadilly, about halfway between Green Park and Piccadilly Underground Stations. Our entrance is the door on the left underneath the archway leading to the Royal Academy of Arts at Burlington House, accessed by two small flights of steps. The Royal Academy is marked in most A-Z guides.