Located just a moment’s walk north-west of the Cambridge City Centre, Westminster College is situated on the mini-roundabout at the junction of Madingley Road, Queens’ Road and Northampton Street.
We are perfectly placed for exploring Cambridge.
Please note that we have very limited car parking available on site, as detailed below.
From the South – Travelling north on the M11, take Junction 13 and turn right at the T-junction at the end of the slip road. You are now on Madingley Road (A1303). Continue until you reach a mini-roundabout. Westminster College is through the gates on your left on the mini-roundabout.
From the North – Travelling south on the A14, take the A14 (Newmarket)/A1307 (Cambridge) exit just before the A14 becomes the M11. Follow signs A1307 Cambridge towards the City centre. You are now on Huntingdon Road. After about 1 mile you come to a major road junction. Turn right at the traffic lights (signed ‘Ring Road’ and ‘Addenbrookes Hospital’) and follow the one-way system (bearing left and then right) down the hill (into Lady Margaret Road) to a T-junction with traffic lights. Turn left onto Madingley Road. At the mini-roundabout, Westminster College through the gates on the left
From the West – Travelling east on the A428, take the A1303 signed Cambridge. You are now on Madingley Road. Continue until your reach a mini-roundabout. Westminster College is through the gates on your left at the mini-roundabout.
From the East – Travelling west on the A14, take the B1049 signed Cambridge. You are now on the Histon Road. Continue for approx. 1 mile until you reach the traffic lights. Follow the signs for ‘Ring Road’ & the ‘Railway Station’. Follow the one-way system (bearing left and then right) down the hill (into Lady Margaret Road) to a T-junction with traffic lights. Turn left onto Madingley Road. At the mini-roundabout, Westminster College is through the gates on the left.
The College is about a 15-minute walk through the city from the central bus stops on Emmanuel Street, St Andrew’s Street and the main bus station at Drummer Street.
Direct access from the railway station is difficult. It is about a 2-mile walk through the city centre, going along Station Road then turning right onto Hill’s Road and continuing on along Regent Street, St Andrew’s Road, Sidney Street, Bridge Street and Magdalene Street before turning left onto Northampton Street.
Taxis are always available at the station, and frequent buses will take you from the train station to the city centre.