Venue & accessibility
RAREfest18 and the Guildhall will cater for the needs of all our participants, including those with specific accessibility requirements or disabilities.
QUIET hour on Saturday
10:00 until 11:00
Quiet hour is for those who need an environment with less noise, fewer visuals and a slower pace (and their families). Our exhibition can be accessed before we open to the public during this time before
There are car parks nearby at The Grand Arcade, Park Street
You can contact Cambridgeshire County council on 01223 717111 for further information or check their website for further information about free blue badge parking.
from the Grand Arcade car park to the Guildhall
from Park Street car park to the Guildhall
From Queen Anne car park to the Guildhall
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This map is large enough for it to be download and printed
AT THE GUILDHALL
ENTRy OPTION For wheelchair, powerchair and mobility scooter users
Peas Hill entrance
The Level access entrance is on Peas Hill where there is a lift to the Halls where RAREfest is being held. This entrance is just left of the Tourist Information Centre entrance.
There is a fairly long corridor from this lift to the Halls. The Peas Hill entrance is accessible by car/taxi for drop off.
ENTRY option For those with requiring lift access/less walking
Guildhall Street entrance
There is also a lift on the Guildhall Street side of the building (opposite the side of ‘Yo Sushi’) but there are 4 steps from street level.
If you can manage a few steps but not walk a long distance, we suggest you come to the Guildhall Street side as opposed to Peas Hill as when exiting the lift, the entrance to the Halls is closer.
FLOOR PLAN OF THE GUILDHALL
This floorplan is large enough for it to be download and printed.