Plans and Maps of the College
Directions to Trinity College
Open Street Map
Trinity College is approximately ten minutes’ walk across town from the main Drummer Street bus station
Cambridge station is served by trains from London King’s Cross and London Liverpool Street and also from the Midlands. Further information is available at the National Rail Enquiries website.
Taxis to the College can be hired from Cambridge station. There are also bus services from the station into the centre of town.
Please note that only Fellows of the College and their guests who have obtained prior permission may park in the College. This regulation is strictly enforced. There is pay-and-display public parking all along Queen’s Road. You should also note that Trinity Street is closed to traffic between 10 am and 4 pm Monday to Saturday.
N.B. – There is a two-tonne weight limit on the bridge on the Avenue. Vehicles heavier than this limit must park in the Avenue on the far side of this bridge.
From the M11
Exit the M11 at Junction 13. Turn right into Cambridge on the Madingley Road (A1303). Carry straight on down this road to the roundabout at the end, leaving Storey’s Way to your left and Grange Road to your right. At the roundabout, turn right onto Queen’s Road (‘the Backs’). The turning to Trinity, marked by No Entry signs, is on the left-hand side immediately after a pedestrian crossing.
From the A14 (Peterborough direction)
Follow signs into Cambridge, entering on the Huntingdon Road (A1307). Go straight on at the left-hand junction with Victoria Road, and then immediately turn right down Mount Pleasant, following the Ring Road. Keep following the Ring Road south down Queen’s Road. The turning to Trinity, marked by No Entry signs, is on the left-hand side immediately after a pedestrian crossing.
London Stansted is approximately 30 miles south of Cambridge. There are regular train and bus services to Cambridge.
London Heathrow is approximately 70 miles from Cambridge. There are bus services from Heathrow to Cambridge; allow at least three hours journey time. Alternatively, travel by train via London.
London Gatwick is a little under 100 miles from Cambridge. There is a coach service from Gatwick to Cambridge; allow at least three hours journey time. Alternatively, travel by train via London.
There are a limited number of European flights from Cambridge Airport (01223 373 737).