Aurora innovation centre,
British Antartic Survey,
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The recommended bicycle route to British Antarctic Survey from the railway station and the city centre can be found on Google Maps. Allow approximately 30 minutes from the station and 20 minutes from the city centre. Sheltered bicycle parking is available at the venue.
From Cambridge train station to British Antarctic Survey you can catch the Universal bus (marked with a “U”) which runs between Eddington (the new north-west Cambridge site) and Addenbrookes via the Rail Station.
Timetable can be found on the Go Whippet bus company site.
For more information and a map see this map on the Cambridge University website.
If you are coming from the rail station, disembark the U bus at the “Philippa Fawcett Drive” stop on Charles Babbage Road. Follow walking instructions below
The nearest bus station is the Madingley Road Park and Ride directly across the road from the British Antarctic Survey. Buses run every 10 minutes between here and the city centre bus station. Cambridgeshire County Council provide a map of the park and ride routes on the Cambridge Park and Ride website. Walking instructions from the bus stop can be below, or by searching for Madingley Road Park and Ride, and the British Antarctic Survey on Google Maps.
The nearest rail station is Cambridge.
Timetable information on trains to Cambridge from anywhere in the UK can be found using the National Rail website.
A taxi from Cambridge rail station to BAS costs around £10.
There is also a Cycle Hire shop in the railway station car park. By Car The British Antarctic Survey is located close to the M11 motorway, on the outskirts of Cambridge. Parking is available at Madingley Road Park and Ride just a five-minute walk from the venue.