Getting to the Institute
Maps to the institute
- Road map showing the major roads leading to the City of Cambridge
- Street map
- Scrollable city centre map
The following are methods of getting to the Institute. Further information is available on the University's website.
The University has compiled relevant air travel information.
By train to Cambridge
Cambridge is on the line from King's Cross, London. The journey from London to Cambridge takes around an hour or slighly less. The University has compiled a list of timetables for the journey.
The information below gives directions upon arrival in Cambridge. Once at the station, take a bus or a taxi to the town centre, and the Institute is a few minutes walk away.
Please note that the Institute has no parking spaces. The town car parks are a relatively short distance from the institute, but do allow extra time for parking since the city is always busy. You may instead find the city's Park and Ride system easier.
The information below gives directions upon arrival in Cambridge.
The Drummer Street bus station is around five minutes' walk from the Institute. The University has compiled further information on local bus travel.
The University has compiled information on taxis which might also be of use.
There is cycle parking immediately outside the front entrance to the Institute.
Cambridge is considered by some to be a relatively cycle-friendly city in which to travel, and so cycles are very common. There are numerous bicycle and bicycle hire shops, some of which are listed externally here.