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Membership

Membership is open to anyone interested in supporting the work of the Institute in funding archaeological research and promoting heritage. Two types of membership are available: Ordinary (Full) and Associate.

Ordinary (Full) membership benefits:

  • Receipt of the annual Archaeological Journal and Summer Meeting report, and free access to digital online copies (PDF) of all volumes of the Archaeological Journal.
  • Access to the Society of Antiquaries of London's library in Burlington House in London, the oldest and most important archaeological research library in the UK.
  • Free access to our yearly programme of lectures and access to our online recorded lecture archive.
  • Receipt of two newsletters a year.
  • The opportunity to take part in weekend or longer tours and visits to historic sites, and to attend regional conferences.

Associate membership benefits:

  • A yearly programme of lectures.
  • Receipt of two newsletters a year.
  • The opportunity to take part in weekend or longer tours and visits to historic sites, and to attend regional conferences.

We also have a reciprocal arrangement with the British Archaeological Association, whereby members of both organisations are invited to attend each others lectures.

Membership Rates

RAI membership rates
Standard Rate Direct Debit
Ordinary Members £40 £35 Set up Direct Debit
Ordinary Members
(under 26)
£25 £20 Set up Direct Debit
Associate Members
(do not receive Archaeological Journal)
£20 £15 Set up Direct Debit
Life Members
(over 60)
£525 N/A
Life Members
(under 60)
£750 N/A

Membership subscription runs from January to December with renewal subscriptions payable annually in January.

To join the Institute, you can set up a Direct Debit online by clicking above on the relevant 'Set up Direct Debit' button or download the membership and Direct Debit forms below. For the standard rate, cheques should be made payable to the 'Royal Archaeological Institute'.

Royal Archaeological Institute
c/o Society of Antiquaries of London
Burlington House, Piccadilly
London W1J 0BE

admin [at] royalarchinst.org

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