Getting here

>3,500

Research and healthcare professionals attend Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences every year.

>1,500

Employees at the Sanger Institute including PhDs and visiting workers.

71,361

Members of the public visited the Campus last year.

190

People employed by independent genome and biodata companies based here on Campus.

Aerial view of Wellcome Genome Campus

Coronavirus Guidance

Dear Visitors, As a precautionary measure, we are requesting that if either yourself or a close family member are returning from a visit to China or Hong Kong in the last 14 days, we kindly ask that you do not visit our Campus today. This is a precaution to help prevent the spread of the disease. We thank you for your cooperation and attention. Please get in touch with your personal contact at the Campus directly to re-arrange your visit for another time, or email: info@wellcomegenomecampus.org

Getting here

Visitor Centre at the Wellcome Genome Campus, all new visitors register here

Visitor registration on arrival

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.

Know where to go when you arrive

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
Accessibility at the Wellcome Genome Campus

Accessibility on Campus

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