This page lists a selection of useful resources for navigating your way to and around Festival events, please keep checking this page for further updates.
Getting to central Cambridge
On foot: All parts of the City Of Cambridge are easily accessible.
By car: From the South & from London, Cambridge is a short trip up the M11 motorway, exit
at junction 9 onto the A11.
From the North, the A1 and M1 link to the A14 dual carriageway straight to the
By bus: Take advantage of one of the five Park and Ride Bus stations situated in and around Cambridge
By train: The railway station is 15 minutes walk from the city centre. Buses travel frequently
into the centre from the station. In addition, there is a regular train and coach service from London Stansted Airport, which is less than 30 miles from the centre of Cambridge.
Getting to West Cambridge
On foot:The West Cambridge site is a 25 minute walk from the City centre. From Regent Street, walk down Downing Street and then Pembroke Street. Turn right onto Trumpington Street and then head left onto Silver Street. Walk down Silver Street and then turn right onto Queen’s Road walk all the way down until you reach the roundabout with Madingley Road. Turn left down Madingley Road and continue until J.J. Thomson Avenue, which is on the left. Turn onto J.J. Thomson Avenue, this is in the heart of the West Cambridge Site.
By car: The A14 gives you access to West Cambridge. M11 junction 13 exits onto
Madingley Road. If travelling from the Centre of Cambridge head towards Madingley
By bus: The Madingley Road Park and Ride service operates from the centre of the
city. In addition visit the Cambridge Tourist Information Centre online for bus
Timetables for East Anglia.