The entrance to the Old Divinity School is situated in the centre of town on All Saints’ Passage, off St John's Street, Cambridge, CB2 1TP.
The Old Divinity School is easily accessible from the M11, M1, and A1(M) motorways, and the A14. Parking in the centre of town is limited, and though there is a public multi-storey car park in Park Street, nearby the School.
Cambridge is a 50 minute journey from London's Kings Cross and slightly longer from Liverpool Street stations. There are also good cross country services from Peterborough to link with trains from the north and the Midlands. For further information please see http://www.nationalrail.co.uk
A taxi from the station takes about 15 minutes, costing around £10.
By Park & Ride
Cambridge operates a convenient 'Park & Ride' service, with five sites around of the city. The Madingley Road and Newmarket Road sites' bus route passes just outside the College, stopping on Bridge Street; the other services stop at central bus station. More information is available on the City Council's Park& Ride website. Most services terminate at the Cambridge Bus Station. From here make your way towards the centre of town, down St Andrew's Street. At Lloyds Bank, bear left into the pedestrianised city centre, and follow Sidney Street. Follow this road until you see the College Chapel. Turn left opposite the Round Church, and you will find the Old Divinity School located opposite the College Front Gate, on All Saints’ Passage.