Getting to Cambridge
Cambridge is easily accessible at all times of the day and our venues are generally within a 15-minute walk of the historic city centre. We support Cambridge City Council’s wish to encourage sustainable travel as part of efforts to reduce air pollution, and the following travel information is reproduced from their website.
Please note: in 2021, services may be temporarily affected by coronavirus restrictions. Visitors should check with bus and train operators before travelling.
By Train (+Taxi)
Cambridge has regular train connections with London and Stansted airport, Birmingham and the north of the UK, and other destinations. The train station is just over a mile from the city centre, and there’s another to the north of the city. There are regular buses to and from each station, and cycle hire is available.
Taxis from Cambridge Station
There is a taxi rank directly in front of the main Cambridge Station entrance. Cambridge’s largest taxi companies all offer wheelchair accessible taxis, though most will need you to book in advance.
- Andy Cabs: 01223 571 144. All taxis are wheelchair accessible.
- United Taxis: 01223 313 131. Can provide wheelchair accessible taxis if booked in advance.
- Diamond: 01223 523 523. Can provide wheelchair accessible taxis if booked in advance.
- Panther: 01223 715 715. Can provide wheelchair accessible taxis if booked in advance.
Buses to and from the bus station near the city centre serve many local towns and villages. National coach services stop nearby.
A number of cycle routes come into Cambridge from nearby towns and villages. There are two covered cycle parks in the city centre, as well as ample parking spaces elsewhere nearby.
CSM concerts are held in a variety of indoor and outdoor venues around Cambridge, including some beautiful and historic spaces normally closed to the public. Find out about them here.