1 Fitzroy Street
Cambridge CB1 1ER
Eden Chapel is located on the corner of Fitzroy Street and Fair Street, (near the Grafton Centre) and a 3 minute walk from the city centre across Christ’s Pieces.
There is plenty of cycle parking outside the chapel, though it is usually full during Sunday services!
From Cambridge rail station, take either the Busway service A or C to New Square, or the Citi 1, Citi 3 or Citi 7 Stagecoach bus services to Emmanuel Street (journey time 10 minutes), both of which are a short walk from the chapel. Alternatively there are usually plenty of taxis available at the station.
Most long distance bus services terminate or call at either Drummer Street bus station or Parkside (beside Parker’s Piece), both of which are just a short walk from the chapel.
Cambridge is a very old city and was not designed with the motor car in mind! The city centre can be very congested, and car parking can be very expensive. This is especially true during the day time Monday to Saturday, so if visiting then we strongly recommend that you use the extensive Park and Ride services, which operate from five points on the outskirts of the city, as shown here. All Park and Ride services now run on Sundays - for timetables, click the links for the individual services below. To reach Eden:
If you do choose to come into the city centre by car, the closest car park to Eden is the Grafton West, which is accessed from Maids Causeway. You can reach the chapel by the pedestrian exits at the opposite end of the car park from the vehicle entrances. Parking is expensive, especially for periods of more than two hours during the day time on Monday to Saturday. Somewhat less expensive parking can be found at the Queen Anne Terrace long term car park (off Gonville Place), which is 10-15 minutes walk from the chapel. In both cases, Sunday parking is somewhat cheaper, and evenings more so.
Note that there are numerous restrictions on where you can drive in the city centre. Restrictions to note in the vicinity of Eden: