Find out information on
- Getting here
- Opening hours
- Preparing for a visit
- Library tours
- Disabled access
- Copying facilities
- Visitor fees
- Library rules
- Open Access area
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14 Charterhouse Buildings
London EC1M 7BA
Find out the Society's regular opening hours and planned closures for 2012.
Preparing for your visit
Find out how to prepare for your visit to the library and get the most out of it.
Find out what we have in our unique library to help you with your research.
Find out how the Society can help visitors with a disability
Find out more about getting ptotocopies, printouts and digital images of items in the Society's collections.
Details of where you can find refreshments on your visit.
Members of the Society have free unlimited use of the library. Non-members are also welcome to visit on payment of a visitors fee.
Come prepared by finding out what is allowed in the library
Open Access area
Find out more about the Society's Open Access area in the bookshop, where you can view online records from Ancestry, FindMyPast, Family Relatives, Origins and Documents Online.
The Society is always pleased to welcome groups and to provide either a tour or an introductory talk.
Find out what the Society holds in its unique library to help you with your research.
SoG Data Online
The Society is digitising an increasing number of its records and making them available to Members over the internet.
Need some help with your research? We offer help by phone, face-to-face or online.
Find out how members can borrow certain items from the library.