Answered By: Cambridge University Libraries Accessibility Service
Last Updated: Mar 28, 2022     Views: 142

It depends. There are over 100 libraries in Cambridge. Some are very accessible but others less so, usually due to their age.

The University of Cambridge works with AccessAble to provide detailed information on accessibility across the University estate.

AccessAble covers the main University Library. It also covers faculty and department buildings, including their library spaces. Search for a department, or browse by physical site, on the University of Cambridge AccessAble website.

Guides are also available for 16 colleges (including their libraries) on AccessAble.

Can't find the information you need on AccessAble? Contact the library you want to visit. You can find contact details for individual libraries on the Cambridge Libraries Directory.