The Royal Institution was founded in March 1799 with the aim of introducing new technologies and teaching science to the general public.
The discoveries of Michael Faraday, made in the basement of the Ri, shaped the modern world.
Explore Faraday’s lab and discover some of the historic objects used in his pioneering scientific research.
AddressThe Royal Institution of Great Britain 21 Albemarle Street Mayfair
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Admission to building/exhibition: Free Admission charge for some events including: Public Lectures Standard: £10.00 Concession: £7.00 Associate: £5.00 Member/Faraday: Free