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Address: 157 Mowbray Road, Cambridge, CB1 7SP

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By Car From the M11 Northbound: - Exit at junction 11 onto the roundabout above the M11. - Take the 3rd exit off this roundabout signposted to Cambridge/A1309. - Follow the road through Trumpington village. - At the 8th set of traffic lights, turn right into Long Road signposted to hospital, airport and A1134. - Head straight across the traffic lights at the bottom of Long Road into Queen Edith’s Way. - Take the first exit off the first roundabout you come to. This is Mowbray Road. We are the last house on the right From North or West (A14) Eastbound: - Exit the A1 at Alconbury on the A14 towards Cambridge – the A14 merges into the M11 southbound. - Follow the M11 to Junction 11. Exit Junction 11 onto the roundabout above the M11. - Take the 1st exit off this roundabout signposted Cambridge A1309 - Then as the M11 Northbound directions. From the A14 Westbound: - Take the exit off the A14 signposted Cambridge and Burwell - Take the 1st exit (A1303) off the roundabout above the A14. - Carry straight along this road, straight over the 1st roundabout. - At the next roundabout (McDonald's) take the first exit onto the A1134. - Drive straight over the 1st roundabout (Sainsbury's on left). - Then drive straight over the 2nd and 3rd roundabouts. - This is Mowbray Road. We are the first house on the left.

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Fitzwilliam Museum - Museum

Fitzwilliam Museum - Museum

Distance 1.57 miles (2.51 km)
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