The British Library is one of the world’s great libraries and home to over 150 million items, some of which date from 3,000 years ago. Opened in 1998, the Library is a triumph of design and visitors can access the Library’s Reading Rooms but also see some of the nation’s Treasures on display, including the Magna Carta and original Beatles lyrics.
The British Library’s state of the art Conference Centre has its own private entrance from the Piazza and offers exceptional and flexible facilities for conferences, meetings, product launches, lectures, private screenings and media events. An impressive staircase leads from the manned reception area with a dedicated cloakroom to the upper level and a lift for wheelchair access.
This, combined with a full team of onsite technical expertise, ensures world-class delivery. In addition, there are five comfortable and individually designed meeting rooms allowing for 8-80 delegates. All rooms have natural daylight, electronic blackout blinds, climate control and sound-proofing.
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