How do I join the Athenaeum Club London?

How do I join the Athenaeum Club London?

To get a membership one must be vetted by the previous class of occupiers and transfer a joining fee of £2,000 and an annual subscription fee of £1,500 (Dover Street Arts Club prices). But there’s no point in being a member of just one club — you want to be admitted to all of them.

How do you become a member of the Boodles Club?

Today, membership is strictly by nomination and election only. In 1782 Boodle’s took over the “Savoir Vivre” club house at 28 St. James’s Street, London, and has been located there ever since. The building had been designed by John Crunden in 1775.

How much is membership at Annabel’s Mayfair?

Annabel’s, Mayfair — £3,250 ($4,234) per year, plus £1,250 ($1,628) joining fee. Annabel’s is truly iconic. After more than 50 years in Soho, the club reopened last year two doors down in a Grade I listed Georgian mansion house.

How much does it cost to join Hurlingham club?

The club has extensive fitness facilities including two pools, four studios, a gym and a shop. How much? Full membership costs £960 per year (plus £2,880 joining fee), off-peak is £864 (plus £960 joining fee).

How do I become a member of the Athenaeum?

If you’d like to apply for membership of the Athenaeum, please complete our membership form or call us on 0151 709 7770 for more information. Our membership page gives an overview of the benefits available to Athenaeum members.

What is the Athenaeum?

The Athenaeum is a private members’ club in London, founded in 1824. It is primarily a club for men and women with intellectual interests, and particularly (but not exclusively) for those who have attained some distinction in science, engineering, literature or the arts.

Where can I find media related to Athenaeum Club?

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Is the Athenæum still the brainiest club in the world?

In 1928 the Athenæum was described in the Graphic as ‘the brainiest club in the world’: it certainly was a hundred years earlier and probably still is today. John Wilson Croker, the club’s founder, was an MP, First Secretary to the Admiralty, a leading figure in literary circles and a moving spirit at the Union Club.