Main Information Service offices, Reception and Service Desk
The main offices of Information Services, Reception and Service Desk are in the Roger Needham Building on the West Cambridge Site. The site is accessed from Madingley Road.
West Cambridge Videoconferencing Suite
Room FW09 Computer Laboratory
15 JJ Thomson Avenue
Directions to the Roger Needham Building
Train travellers are advised to take a taxi from the station, or one of the frequent buses to the West Cambridge site; exit the station and immediately turn left and walk 200m, at the junction with Hills Road cross over to Brooklands Avenue, the bus stop is about 100m ahead on the left. Take the Uni 4 service out to J J Thompson Avenue, off Madingley Road, from the bus stop it is then a few minutes' walk to the Roger Needham Building.
Via M25/M11: Exit at Junction 13. Drive into Cambridge on the Madingley Road (A1303). After approximately half a kilometre turn right into the West Cambridge Site onto J J Thomson Avenue. After 100m turn left and follow the road round to your right. The Roger Needham Building is then to the left.
Visitors can park outside the front door - they then need to sign their car in with reception.
New Museums Site Service Desk, Videoconferencing Service and the Photographic & Illustration Service
The New Museums Site Service Desk, Videoconferencing Service and the Photographic & Illustration Service are on the New Museums Site in the centre of Cambridge.
The entrance to the New Museums Site in Pembroke Street is almost directly opposite Tennis Court Road.
Service Desk and Videoconferencing Service
Enter the New Museums Site from Pembroke Street and pass a bike cage on the left ('Cockcroft Building' on the map), turn immediately left. In front, about 30m away, is a set of glass double doors, pass through these and either take the stairs or lift to the second floor. Reception is off to the right. Carry on up to the fourth floor for the Videoconferencing Service.
Photographic & Illustration Service
Enter the New Museums Site from Pembroke Street and pass a bike cage on the left. In front, about 50m away, is The Old Examination Halls (a dark stone building). Enter the building, cross a small hall and pass through a set of double doors. Turn to the left and pass another set of double doors. Take the stairs or lift to the first floor.
Directions to the New Museums Site
Train travellers are advised to take a taxi from the station, or one of the frequent buses to the city centre; from the central bus station (Drummer Street) it is about 5 minutes' walk to the New Museums Site.
In preference, use one of the Park and Ride sites around the outside of town - see http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/transport/around/park-ride/
Via M25/M11: Exit at Junction 12. Drive into Cambridge on the Barton Road (A603). When you reach a small roundabout, turn right onto Fen Causeway. Turn left at the end of the road onto Trumpington Road. Drive straight ahead over the next mini roundabout and on to Trumpington Street, pass the Fitzwilliam Museum on the left and shortly after turn right into Pembroke Street. The Lion Yard Car Park is just beyond the New Museums Site (if full or considered too expensive, you can get to the long-stay car park by turning right at the end of the street, although there are quicker ways of getting there, avoiding the queues).
Visitors should be aware that there is no vehicle access to the New Museums Site.
There is limited one-hour parking by metered ticket in Free School Lane, and a short-stay large multi-storey car park at Lion Yard, accessed from Corn Exchange Street. There is a cheaper long-stay car park about 15 minutes walk from the city centre at Queen Anne Terrace on Gonville Place, alongside Parkers Piece (a large open green area).
N.B. Allow plenty of time especially if planning to park at Lion Yard Car Park as there are often long delays due to traffic congestion. There are several Park & Ride services (http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/transport/around/park-ride/) that stop at Drummer Street central bus station, a few minutes walk from the New Museums Site.
Last updated: 19 March 2015