Society of Antiquaries of London, London

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The Society is a registered charity (no. 207237) and the oldest learned society in Britain (founded in 1707). At Burlington House, it manages a research library, museum, and various event programmes. In Oxfordshire, it manages Kelmscott Manor, a historic property open to the public April through October.
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  • Another brilliant extension of the wing at the Royal Acadamy Of Arts, whent for a house tour while i was here and a few lectures a very cosy building to be in. check it out  more »
  • This building is hidden away on one side of the Burlington House courtyard, much better known as the main access to the Royal Academy. The upstairs library houses the most comprehensive collection of....  more »

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