If you have Google Earth installed, you can download a bookmark to allow you to see the Faculty building situated in Cambridge from a satellite viewpoint. You can also refer to the map available on the University Web Site.
There are frequent rail services from London (King's Cross and Liverpool Street stations). Journey times vary from 50 minutes to 1 hour 20 minutes. Visit the trainline.com website.
Cambridge railway station is situated one mile from the town centre. It's a 30 minute walk from Cambridge railway station to the Faculty of Law. There is a regular bus service into the town centre, and it's a 15 minute walk from there to the Faculty.
There are usually plenty of taxis available at the station and in the town centre. Ask to be dropped off on West Road; follow the path into the Sidgwick Site and after 50 yards you will see the Faculty of Law building on your left.
For information on nationwide scheduled coach services, see the National Express website for information and bookings. For alternative information on airport bus and coach services, visit the Easybus website.
Drummer Street bus station is situated in Cambridge town centre. It's a 15 minute walk from the bus station to the Faculty of Law. There are usually plenty of taxis available at the bus station. Ask to be dropped off on West Road; follow the path into the Cambridge University Sidgwick Site and after 50 yards you will see the Faculty of Law building on your left.
Exit M11 at junction 12
Follow A603 (Barton Road) eastwards into Cambridge
You should pass Wolfson College on your left
Turn left into Grange Road (just past a pedestrian crossing)
Take the second right hand turn into Sidgwick Avenue
Turn left into the University of Cambridge Sidgwick Site, where the Faculty of Law is located. (The Sidgwick site is situated between Sidgwick Avenue, West Road and Grange Road.)
Parking is not permitted on the Sidgwick site, except to permit holders. It is often possible to find metered street parking near the Faculty of Law in Sidgwick Avenue, Queen's Road and West Road (4-hour periods are allowed). There are also a number of car parks in the town centre, and five Park and Ride sites, the nearest one being on Madingley Road.