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Royal Geographical Society (with IBG): the heart of geography
India’s Disappearing Railways
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About our exhibitions
RASA: Essence of India
The Enduring Eye: The Antarctic Legacy of Sir Ernest Shackleton and Frank Hurley
The noise of ice: Antarctica


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.

India's disappearing railways

1 December - 9 January

Australian photographer Angus McDonald, captures the sub-continent's unique narrow-gauge railways in all their vivid colour, character and chaos.

RASA: essence of India

13 January - 23 January

An exhibition of striking stone sculpture and works on paper, inspired by India. 

The noise of ice: Antarctica

26 January - 31 January

Inspired by the legendary expeditions of Ernest Shackleton, photographer Enzo Barracco organised an expedition to Antarctica in 2012, with intriguing results.

Travel Photographer of the Year


Be inspired by some of the world's most stunning contemporary travel images

The Enduring Eye

The Society celebrates the centenary of the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1914-17) led by Sir Ernest Shackleton

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