How to find us
The College is on Barton Road, Newnham. Cambridge has excellent train, bus and road links to London and several major airports.
From the city centre
On foot: 20 minutes
By bicycle: 5 minutes
By taxi: 10 minutes; approximately £8-10. Ask for 'Wolfson College, Barton Road entrance'
- By bicycle
The best way to get around Cambridge is by bicycle and there is ample cycle parking at College, as well as a bike repair and pump station. For visitors, are two pay-per-ride cycle schemes in Cambridge, Ofo and Mobike, and cycles can also be rented by the day or week from City Cycle Hire and Rutland Cycle Hire at the train station.
- By road
For driving directions on Google Maps or your sat nav, use the post code CB3 9LG.
From London and its airports: London Orbital (M25), M11 north; from the Midlands or the North: A1, A14, M11 south; from the East: All/A14, M11 south.
Leave the M11 at Junction 12 and follow the sign for Cambridge onto Barton Road.
The College entrance is on your left, 200m past Gough Way, opposite Grantchester Road and just before the traffic lights at the pedestrian crossing.
If you are visiting College, please leave your car in the car park and proceed to the Porters' Lodge to leave your vehicle details.
If taking a taxi, tell the driver to take you to 'Wolfson College, Barton Road entrance'.
- By train
First Capital Connect provides a fast and frequent service from London King's Cross and Greater Anglia provides a slower service from London Liverpool Street. There are also direct services from the Midlands, the east and the north-west. From Scotland and the north-east you have to change at Peterborough.
From the station, you can take a taxi (10 minutes), cycle (15 minutes) or walk to Wolfson (35 minutes).
From Cambridge North station you can take a taxi (15 minutes), or cycle (25 minutes).
You can check timetables and book your ticket online at thetrainline.com.
- By air
London Stansted (STN) is the nearest airport (40 minutes by road), with good coach and rail services to Cambridge. Stansted is well served by several European low-cost airlines (Ryanair, easyJet, Air Berlin).
The other London airports are
- By coach
National Express run hourly services to and from London and the London airports, as well as serving many other towns and cities. Coaches terminate at Drummer Street bus station in the city centre.
- By bus
The Universal bus service links Eddington with West Cambridge, the city centre (Queens College/Silver Street), the railway station and the Cambridge Biomedical Campus (including Addenbrooke's), running every 15 minutes Monday to Friday and every 20 to 30 minutes on weekends.There is a bus stop five minutes walk from College on Grange Road. The bus is just £1 with your university ID card.
The Stagecoach 18/18a service runs a limited service that leaves Drummer Street bus station and stops at Grantchester Road, Newnham, opposite the front entrance of the College.
For: Accounting & accommodation enquiries
Location: Ground floor, Bredon House
Open: 08.15-12.30 and 13.30-15.00, Monday-Friday
For: Tutorial & academic enquiries
Location: First floor, Bredon House
Open: 08.30-12.30 and 13.00-17.30, Monday-Friday
For: Information & help on many practical matters, including key issue, security, first aid, mail, messages, bicycles, car parking, etc.
Location: At the main entrance to the College
Open: 06.00-24.00 every day (contact in emergency only between 24.00 and 06.00)
For: Internet access & network support
Where: First floor, Jack King Building
Open: 08.30-17.00, Monday-Friday
Where: Ground floor, Jack King Building
Open: 11.00-17.30, Monday-Friday
For: All library enquiries & research support
Where: First floor, Lee Library building
Open: The Library is open to users 24 hours a day every day
Staffed hours: 09.00-17.30, Monday-Friday
Alumni & Development Office
For: Alumni & Senior Member enquiries
Location: First floor, Bredon House
Open: 09.00-12.30 and 13.00-17.00, Monday-Friday