Royal Society of Chemistry

Museum of Brands

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Royal Society of Chemistry

Where: London (Underground: Piccadilly Circus)

Since 1857, Burlington House has been the Royal Society of Chemistry’s London residence. In 2010, we opened our doors as a venue, offering a distinctly different opportunity for those looking for a unique and convenient setting for events. 

We’ve hosted conferences, seminars and symposia, promotional events, award ceremonies, private functions and more. With many successful events behind them, our Venue team are well established, providing everything you need to make an impression.

As a not-for-profit organisation, we invest all profits into advancing the excellence of chemical sciences. So as well as being an unforgettable occasion, your event will also support future research and discovery.

This is venue hire with a difference.

Ideal for: The Killing, the Bake Off, iPad movie making, Indoor Crystal Challenge, Awakening the Dead, Around the World, Cosmos & Cocktails, Stocks in the City,Crime and Dine, Murder Mystery and Christmas Events.

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Gallery - Royal Society of Chemistry