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Sophie and I had to agree that Emmanuel has a fabulous chef –
the food was amazing

Debra, Business Manager

Maps & Directions

If you are planning a conference, a private dinner, a wedding or other corporate event the Conference Manager will be delighted to discuss your requirements and help create the perfect event for you.

Conference Office, Emmanuel College, Cambridge CB2 3AP

t:
01223 762099
f:
01223 762547
e:
conferences@emma.cam.ac.uk

Getting to Emmanuel

By Bus

Most national bus services currently depart and arrive from bus stops on Parkside, a short walk from the college.

By Train

Cambridge railway station is located 1km south of the city centre. From there you can take a taxi or a buses run every 10 minutes and stop at Drummer Street bus station (see above).

There is a frequent train service between Cambridge and London to either King’s Cross Station or Liverpool Street Station. The trip takes about one hour. Trains leave roughly every half hour during the day. However, there is a five or six hour gap between about midnight and about 6 a.m. when no trains run between the two cities. Further details available at the National Rail website.

By Bike

Plan a cycle journey here with CycleStreets.


On Arrival

Enter the College through the front entrance on St Andrew’s Street. Immediately inside the entrance, on the right, is the Porters’ Lodge which is manned 24 hours a day.

There is very limited car parking at Emmanuel. It is strongly suggested that visitors use public transport rather than a car if at all possible and to contact the college in advance if not. There is a Park and Ride service available. One of the bus stops is very close to the College.

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