The Royal Institution of Great Britain was founded in 1799, and has a world-renowned reputation for scientific lectures and discovery. It has been home to 14 Nobel Prize winners, and witnessed the discovery of 10 chemical elements.
Façade for The Royal Institution building at No. 21 Albermarle Street. Painting by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1837).
The Royal Institution of Great Britain is located in central London (zone 1) there are a number of public transport options available.
The closest tube station to the Royal Institution is Green Park on the Jubilee, Victoria and Piccadilly lines. The Royal Institution is a five minute walk from the station. Also within a ten minute walking distance is Piccadilly Circus tube station, on the Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines, or Oxford Circus tube station on the Victoria, Central and Bakerloo lines.
There are numerous bus stops along Piccadilly which runs along the entrance to Albemarle Street.
Bus numbers: 9, 14, 19, 22 and 38
There is parking for bicycles located around the corner from the Ri, on Bond Street.
Travelling to the Ri by car is inadvisable as there is only limited and expensive parking available nearby. Please note that the Ri is located within the Congestion Charging zone.
There are a number of black cabs around London and taxi ranks are at all major rail stations if you prefer this mode of transport.
For up to date travel information and to check your specific route please go to the Transport for London (TfL) website.
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