Why not consider holding your next event, meeting or conference at the BRLSI’s wonderful Grade I listed building overlooking Queen Square in the centre of Bath. There are four conference rooms to hire in the building, which was designed by John Wood the Elder between 1728 and 1736. The west side was designed by John Pinch. Wood once said ‘The intention of a square in a city is for people to assemble together’. The Elwin Room has wonderful views over Queen Square and is famous for its Casali paintings, which were once dined under by the likes of Lord Nelson and Emma Hamilton. We also have the Lonsdale Room with its plaster-cast Plesiosaur, the Duncan Room which comes with its own kitchen and looks out onto our courtyard, and the Murch Room, which is perfect for small board meetings. All rooms are supplied with complementary tea, coffee, flip charts and pens as well as newly upgraded laptop and audio-visual equipment. Visitors enter through our museum and art space on the way in and if they want to take a break at any point, Queen Square has cafes and restaurants in abundance nearby and is perfectly situated for all local amenities and sights. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.