The Society’s offices, meeting rooms and library are situated in Burlington House, on Piccadilly in central London. Burlington House is approximately half-way between Green Park and Piccadilly Circus underground stations. Bus services 14, 19, 22 and 38 pass the entrance. Map from Streetmap.com.
Also in the courtyard are the premises of:
- The Linnean Society of London,
- The Society of Antiquaries,
- The Royal Society of Chemistry
- The Geological Society of London
- The Royal Academy of Arts
Scientific meetings of the RAS are held on the second Friday of every month, from October to May. Parallel meetings are generally held in the RAS lecture theatre and the Geological Society’s lecture theatre.
Fellows may gain entry to to the Society’s apartments by “touching in” with their membership card, otherwise by talking to reception through the speaker phone. The offices are where the Executive Director and small team of RAS staff are based, providing all the administrative functions for the Fellowship and their elected Council and Officers. It also houses meeting rooms, the library, the Fellows Room as well as the lecture theatre.
Please let the Office, Events and Buildings Manager know if you need assistance (e.g. a ramp) with the stairs to the main entrance.