About our exhibitions
The Pavilion is a dedicated exhibition space, opened in 2004 at the Society on Exhibition Road. It was part of a development project entitled Unlocking the Archives during which the Society's building was extended and resources opened up to the public.
The inaugural display charted the development of geography using the Society's Collections. Since then, the Society has produced displays that reveal varied perspectives on a range of topics.
From community groups addressing the Collections to artists responding to maps, from academics presenting new research into unknown exploration narratives to the Society revealing its rich history linked to explorations, these are just some of the approaches and subjects developed to engage visitors of all ages and interests in the subject geography in both contemporary and historical contexts.
The Pavilion has a constantly changing programme of displays that include exhibitions created by external organisations and also the Society's sponsors.
All exhibitions are free and the Pavilion is open to the public from Monday to Friday, 10.00am-5.00pm unless stated otherwise.
Selected exhibitions are accompanied by online education resources for the geography, history and citizenship curricula.
All Society curated exhibitions are also available for hire.
In addition, the Pavilion is available for hire as exhibition space for selected periods throughout the year.
Email us for further information or call +44 (0)20 7591 3052.