The RIBA building itself features an architect’s treasure trove of styles and hidden gems.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) champions better buildings, communities and the environment through architecture and membership.
RIBA was established in 1834 in a pub! In 1934, the headquarter building was opened on Portland Place by King George V and Queen Mary. In addition to the stunning architecture and decoration you'll find galleries with exhibitions, an inviting bookshop, and an extensive library of architectural plans, drawings, books, and a cache of hidden photographic treasures.
Centrally located at 66 Portland Place in London, the nearest underground stations are:
For more information visit RIBA.com.
- Regent's Park (Bakerloo Line)
- Great Portland Street (Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City Lines)
- Oxford Circus (Victoria Line, Central and Bakerloo Lines)