The Pitt Building
The Pitt Building offers an outstanding range of modern conference facilities, combined with an historical atmosphere and first-class hospitality. And when you get The Pitt Building – you get Cambridge too. The world-famous colleges, the treasure-filled Fitzwilliam Museum, the tranquil River Cam, an array of enticing shops – all are just a short stroll from the front door. Originally built to house Cambridge University Press, the University’s publisher, for over ten years The Pitt Building has been one of Cambridge’s premier conference venues.
The Pitt Building is steeped in Cambridge’s publishing and academic history. The building was commissioned in honour of William Pitt the Younger, an undergraduate of Pembroke College and Prime Minister.
Completed in 1833 the building housed the printing and publishing offices of Cambridge University Press for over 100 years.
Recently renovated to the highest modern standards, The Pitt Building now offers professional conference and meeting facilities for between 2 and 250 people.
To find out more about the Pitt Building, please visit: https://www.cambridge.org/pittbuilding
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