Located in the RCP's Grade I listed 'modernist masterpiece', our museum collections have been gathered over five centuries since the foundation of the RCP by the Royal Charter of Henry VIII in 1518. From books to medical artefacts, paintings to silverware, the museum collections reflect the changing nature of medicine and of the RCP's role throughout the years.
Our talks and tours are a great add-on to any event, either online or in person. Intrigue your delegates with an introduction to the RCP, a building and history tour, an exhibition tour, or a talk on a variety of subjects ranging from the library of John Dee to anatomical art.
All intros, tours and talks are delivered by a member of our knowledgeable museum team, who will be on hand to answer questions.
Our Historic Collections Encounter is another way to enhance any event in the building.
One of the team will introduce you to fascinating items from the library, archive and museum, giving you an unprecedented chance to see these remarkable items up close.
Please contact the events team to find out more.