In Person

We pride ourselves at the Society of Antiquaries on being visitor friendly. We welcome wheelchairs and all types of mobility vechicles. Our groundfloor is fully accessible and we have a lift which can be used to access the upper floors.

Prior to or on your arrival at the society, please contact our team on 020 7479 7095 to gain access. Our entrance is made up of steps, however we can provide ramps so that users can access the society apartments. These will be put out by our staff and they will help you to enter and exit the building safely. For more information please contact us.

Getting to Burlington House

The most accessible tube station nearby is Green Park, which has platforms with designated level access boarding points and access via lifts. You can learn more about which tube stations are accessible on TFL’s website here. All London bus routes are served by low-floor vehicles, with a dedicated space for one wheelchair user and an access ramp. Buses can also be lowered to reduce the step-up from the pavement. The nearest bus stop to Burlington House is Old Bond Street/Royal Academy, which serves bus routes 14, 19. 23, 38, 9, N19, N39, N9 and N97.

Courtyard Image with the Society building highlighted

Once you have entered Burlington House courtyard, our premises are to the top left-hand area, next to the Royal Academy.


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