Murray Edwards College is situated on Huntingdon Road, to the West of the City Centre.

If travelling by car visitors should park in the Storey's Way Car Park, off Storey's Way.

If using sat-nav, please use the post code CB3 0DR/number 61, which will take you straight to the main car park.

If you are arriving by bicycle, there is parking by the tennis courts off Storey's Way and close to the Porters' Lodge off Huntingdon Road.

Location maps for Murray Edwards College can be found here or click on the follow link

By air - from London airports
There is an hourly service operated by National Express from Stansted Airport to Cambridge Bus Station. The journey takes 45 minutes. No booking is required.
There are also services from Luton, Heathrow and Gatwick Airports operated by the same company.

Please telephone 08705 757 747 for more information.

Simple versions of the regional road links and Cambridge area around Murray Edwards are provided as they may print more cleanly. You may also find other useful information on the Cambridge City Council website or the University's Cambridge Area Information page.

For more information about travel to and from Stansted Airport, please visit the Stansted Airport Guide web site

By train
It is probably quickest and easiest to take a taxi from the Rail Station to Murray Edwards. Alternatively, during the day, a regular bus service operates from the Station to the City Centre and then from outside the Post Office, on St. Andrews Street, take the Citi 5 or Citi 6 bus to Murray Edwards. Buses run every 20 minutes. To get an overview of the buses around Cambridge, click on the Stagecoach Camguide link.

For further information contact National Rail Enquiries (tel: +44 (0)8457 484950).

By car
From the M11, take junction 13 onto the A1303 towards the City Centre.
From the A14, take junction 31 onto the A1307 towards the City Centre.

Use the Park and Ride on Madingley Road to ensure easy parking.
Please look at the Local Area map for more details of the area around Murray Edwards College.

You can plan your route online using one of the free route planners - examples are The AA or The RAC.

Parking space is available at Storey's Way Car Park.



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