The King’s Lynn Society of Arts and Sciences was formed in 1913 for “the encouragement and pursuit of arts and sciences”. It celebrated its centenary in June 2013 which was marked by themed lectures and a reception at the Shakespeare barn where we welcomed friends old and new. You can read more about these events on our Centenary page.
Subjects and speakers are wide and varied within the remit of Arts and Sciences, and the Committee endeavours to provide something for everyone with some unusual titles to grab the imagination. Our aim is to be informative and entertaining.
The year’s programme can be viewed in the Lecture Programme and we would be delighted to welcome you. Annual membership, which would have cost you 1/- in 1913, is now £14 per person and visitors pay £4 (not 6d) on arrival and can join at any time.
See the Membership Page for more details.