Spring Conference 2018 – Venue

Located right in the beating heart of London, the British Library is the second largest library in world, cataloguing nearly 1000 years of British and world history.

The grandeur of the British Library signifies not only British prestige and wealth of historical power, but British pride to learn from our past, so we can mould our future. Situated just a stone throw from Camden Town, Regents Park and with all manner of winding London streets in between, the British Library gives you the perfect opportunity to not just read the history, but walk amongst it. Immerse yourself in London's hustle and bustle, and whether you're looking for shops, bars, entertainment, or more of London's world class museums and history, you won't be looking much further than the footsteps of the British Library.

Situated right in the heart of London, the British Library is set just back from Kings Cross St Pancras, connecting London to Europe, and Euston Railway Stations, with 4 Underground Stations all within a 5 to 10 minute walk all make the British Library accessible to major international hubs such as Heathrow and Gatwick Airport. If you're travelling by car you may find it easier to park outside of London and catch the tube in, or there are two large NCP carparks at both Kings Cross St Pancras and Euston.

96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB

T. 0330 333 1144


Map of London City Centre


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