Research and healthcare professionals attend Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences every year.
Employees at the Sanger Institute including PhDs and visiting workers.
Members of the public visited the Campus last year.
People employed by independent genome and biodata companies based here on Campus.
As the developments around COVID-19 continue to evolve, we want you to know that the Wellcome Genome Campus is closing all but essential functions and facilities from Friday 20 March. To ensure continuity of operations, the majority of our staff are now working remotely, making use of remote communication and collaboration tools. This is to help ensure the health and safety of our staff, customers, visitors, and community. If you need to get in touch with us, please do so via email for a quick response. Please note that all events that were due to happen, including conferences and visits, have been suspended until further notice; dates for restarting various activities will be reviewed on an ongoing basis. We will update our websites and social media channels with any changes.Please use Public Health England advice
Nearby stations include Whittlesford, Great Chesterford, Audley End and Cambridge. We recommend, booking a taxi to complete your journey to the Campus.
Visitor parking is available on Campus. Visitors arriving by car will usually be asked to re-park their cars in a visitor car park rather than remaining at the security reception car park. Click ‘Learn more’ button for road directions to the Campus.
There are several local taxi companies that serve the Campus. Whittlesford and Great Chesterford stations do not have a taxi rank or telephone and pre-booking is advised. Please click the ‘Learn more’ for a list of local taxi companies.
Cycling to the Campus is encouraged and there are cycle parking and shower facilities for visitors at the Wellcome Genome Campus when you arrive. Click the button below for cycle route information from Cambridge, Whittlesford Parkway and Great Chesterford rail stations.
The Wellcome Genome Campus is well located for travel from Luton, Stanstead, Cambridge and London City airports. Heathrow and Gatwick are both about two hours’ drive away.
When making a delivery to the Campus all couriers and supplier drivers must check in at the gatehouse with our Campus security reception team. The Campus security reception team will direct the courier/driver to the appropriate delivery point on Campus. Click below to find out more about our store contact details, opening hours and site weight and height restrictions.
Please register your arrival with the Campus security reception at the Campus South entrance. This is located on the left before the security barriers and the gatehouse. Security staff will have details of all appointments with external visitors. You will be provided with a temporary visitor's pass for the duration of your visit. Please return this to your host or at a reception desk inside any of the Campus buildings before you leave.
All visitors are requested to register at the main Campus security reception. To help you find your way around the Campus, printed maps are available at the main security reception when you arrive or you may download one here.Download the Campus map
This guide has been developed to help you locate accessible parking and level access routes at the main entrances to the buildings here on Campus. The guide also provides information in relation to the location of: accessible toilets, lifts and steps and auxillary aids including hearing loops as well as accessible residential accommodation and accessible ensuite bathrooms in the Mulberry and Willow Accommodation Blocks.Download Accessibility Guide