Travelling to Norwich Research Park
Norwich Research Park can be reached easily by train, car, air or bus from other UK cities. Overseas visitors can travel by air to Norwich International Airport.
Norwich Research Park is west of Norwich with main road links being the A11, the A47 and the A140. Norwich is about 100 miles northeast of London - by car from London take the M11/A11.
There is free parking available for visitors to Centrum (limited to 2 hours). Longer stay car parking is available for events and conferences
For the John Innes Centre, The Sainsbury Laboratory, Quadram Institute Bioscience and The Earlham Institute parking is free for visitors.
Car Parking at the University of East Anglia and Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital is on a Pay and Display basis in the main car parks.
Norwich is less than two hours from London Liverpool Street Station and about an hour from Cambridge. There is an intercity link with the Midlands and the North of England via Peterborough. All trains arrive at Norwich Station. Trains run to and from London approximately every half hour.
The London Underground links Liverpool Street Station to all other destinations in London and to Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.
The easiest way to reach Norwich Research Park from the station is by taxi, which costs about £10.00 and takes 15-30 minutes depending on traffic.
There are is a regular bus service direct to Centrum, Norwich Research Park from the Norwich Train Station forecourt (number 26), exit the bus at the John Innes Centre bus stop (the last stop before the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital).
Norwich International Airport has regular flights to and from Aberdeen, Amsterdam, Edinburgh, and Manchester and international connections to 200 cities worldwide through regular direct flights to and from Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam.
There are flights 4 times a day from Schiphol. The easiest way to reach the Norwich Research Park from the airport is by taxi.
Flight enquiries: +44 (0)1603 411923
Stansted is the closest of the London airports to Norwich at a distance of only 80 miles. 16 airlines fly to and from Stansted to 140 destinations, and Stansted is also the main base for low cost European scheduled flights. If you fly into Stansted Airport you can travel to Norwich by train, bus or taxi. There is a regular Jetlink bus (no 727) from Stansted to Norwich and this bus stops on the University campus.
National Express coaches run from all major cities in Great Britain to the Surrey Street Bus Station in the city centre. The Jetlink to the London airports stops at the University of East Anglia.
First Bus 26 runs regularly from the train station to Centrum (exit the bus at the last stop before the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital). The Institutes can be reached by a short walk from this stop.
First Bus 25 runs regularly from the train station to the University campus. Buses 11/12, 13A and 21/22 take a alternative routes to the Hospital.
Konnect buses run longer distance routes that link Norwich with market towns in Norfolk such as Wymondham and Watton. Buses number 3,4 and 9 have stops at the Hospital and close to Centrum and the Institutes. The Park & Ride buses 510 & 511 have stops at the Hospital (510), UEA (511) and close to Centrum and the Institutes.
First Bus enquiries: +44 (0)871 200 2233
National Express enquiries: +44 (0)871 781 8181