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The Royal College of Physicians

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 - 07:30

Royal College of Physicians offers exhibition tours as value-add for delegates


The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) today announces that it will be opening its ‘Anatomy of a building’ exhibition as an option for event organisers to include in their event itinerary.

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the RCP’s headquarters building and the centenary of the birth of its architect, Sir Denys Lasdun, the exhibition, which spans the four floors of the venue, is set to run until the 13th February next year. Open to the public, the tours of the galleries will also be available to day delegates and attendees as a cultural addition to any conference or event held at the venue.

Sales and Marketing Manager at the RCP Natacha Allen says: “We always endeavour to offer something in the way of added value for our clients, giving delegates something to remember. The exhibition is a great way for conference and meeting attendees to learn a little more about the amazing architecture and history of our venue.”