Located in the heart of London close to the Mall, St James’ Park, Green Park and Piccadilly the Club is accessible by car, train or public transport.
Outerwear (overcoats, hats, scarves etc.) must be left in the cloakroom or your bedroom. They may not be brought into the public spaces of the clubhouse.
Access information on the Library and Archive opening times, dress codes and regulations. You will also find a visitor enquiry form if you wish to visit the Club’s Archive.
The history of the Royal Automobile Club is the history of motoring in society, which is charted through the Club’s heritage collections. Established by Frederick Simms in 1897 as the Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland, the Clu...