Downing Street, Cambridge, CB2 3DZ
The Museum’s main entrance is on Downing Street.
If you have special access requirements, please contact the Museum in advance of your visit in order to make your experience as smooth as possible.
A visual story: Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
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The main entrance on Downing Street is fully accessible to Disabled visitors, and there is a lift to all three floors.
The Museum’s flooring is level. Although there is a small raised section, up two steps, everything can be seen from ground level.
The Museum is very well lit. Large print labels are available.
An induction loop is available at the Museum’s front desk.
The Museum is a large space with hard surfaces, though generally quiet.
are very welcome.
Onsite parking can be arranged. Please contact the Museum in advance of your visit.
Changing Places Toilet
The closest Changing Places toilet is located in the Grand Arcade car park. Locate more Changing Places toilets in Cambridge.
Additional Access Information
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