Built in 1873 as an occasional meeting room “for Miscellaneous Societies”, the Tower Room at the Linnean Society is situated high in the huge Archway to Burlington House courtyard. With beautiful original features, this light and airy room showcases a set of large wooden cabinets that originally housed Carl Linnaeus’ important biological specimens and publications. A self-contained and quiet space, the Tower Room overlooks both the Burlington House Courtyard and the bustle of Piccadilly.
- Digital AV
- WIFI Access
- Boardroom layout: 24
- Lecture layout: 30
Lunches: We can provide a sandwich and fruit buffet lunch (half meat, half vegetarian) at a cost of £9.00 + VAT per person (from 1st January 2017). We can also cater for pastries and croissants, available on request.
Drinks: Each room has facilities for tea and coffee. We charge £1.30 + VAT per drink. Biscuits can be provided on request. Hot drinks for the Tower Room are served from a metered machine inside the room.
We can also provide:
- Bottled water (still and sparkling) at £2.00 + VAT per bottle
- Fruit juice (apple and orange) at £2.00 + VAT per bottle
- Wine (red and white wine) at £8.00 + VAT per bottle