Congress venue - Assembly Rooms
The congress will take place at the Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh, a venue where historical decorations meet modern technology.
230 years ago, the venue hosted its first event. Hundreds of thousands of events followed ever since.
The Assembly Rooms started as a gathering space for members of the higher social classes and was one of the largest assembly room in Britain. Examples of events that took place in the past are the Peers Ball in the Ballroom, where ladies and gentlemen arrived by carriage for this royal event, and the opening of the Music Hall, where guests enjoyed Beethoven's 5th Symphony.
Since the large refurbishment project in 2012, the Assembly Rooms is a perfect place for all types of events.
The venue is ideally located in the city centre.