There is free on-site parking for over 140 cars at Møller Institute.
Please note: Cambridgeshire Country Council have closed access on Storey’s Way as part of their plan for recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic and to support social distancing. If you are travelling via Huntingdon Road (A1307), please do not enter Storey’s Way, instead, follow Huntingdon Road towards the City centre and in approximately half a mile take a right turn onto Shelly Row, follow the one way system towards Madingley Road, take a right turn and then head towards Storey’s Way, where you will see the Møller Institute entrance, near the main Churchill College entrance.
Sat Nav warning: If you are using a Sat Nav please use the postcode CB3 0DS.
Please have a close look at our site map here.
Møller Institute is committed to reducing carbon emissions, both directly and indirectly. Please consider using public transport or car-sharing when planning your journey to the Institute.
There is a fast and frequent rail service from London King’s Cross (45 minutes) and London Liverpool Street (1 hour 15 mins) and Stansted Airport (30 minutes) through to Cambridge. There are excellent connections from Scotland & the North via Peterborough, as well as services from Birmingham and the Midlands, East Anglia & the North West. Cambridge train station is about a 20 minute taxi ride from the Møller Institute. Cambridge North train station is also about 20 minutes drive away from the Centre.
The X5 bus comes from Oxford to Cambridge via Madingley Road.
The Citi 4 bus stops near to the College on Madingley Road and goes into the City Centre. This is the most direct bus to the Møller Institute from the city centre is the Citi 4 bus service from Drummer Street; the bus will stop along Madingley Road opposite Churchill College.
The U bus goes from Madingley Road via West Road, Silver Street, Trumpingon Street, The Botanic Garden, Cambridge railway station to Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
Information on bus services in Cambridge can be found on the Cambridge City Council website.
National Express also have a station in central Cambridge and offer great coach links from London and also the North.
Cambridge boasts over 80 miles of cycle lanes and routes and we are a five minute cycle from the city centre. We have plenty of cycle parking and you can even get your bike serviced or repaired whilst in your meeting with our on-campus specialist cycle repair and servicing business Blazing Saddles, based at Churchill College.
All the major London airports are readily accessible via road and rail.
For clients travelling by private helicopter, a heli-pad is available within the grounds of Churchill College. Please contact us to make arrangements.