Cambridge Rare Disease Network - RAREsummit19 | Venue and accessibility 1

FRANCIS CRICK AUDITORIUM

The Auditorium is in the heart of the modern exhibition space and accommodates up to 300 people in a tiered theatre style

EXHIBITION SPACE


A new 1600m² exhibition space under a  ceiling of glass and steel with 51 poster boards and plenty of exhibition spaces

 

The Kitchen Garden seating area 

Perfect for the hackathon challenge and relaxed networking

170 Free parking space

All on site & near the conference centre with accessible parking places

The Wellcome genome Campus Conference Centre, “where genomics comes alive”

 The Wellcome Genome Campus Conference Centre is a beautiful complex within the Hinxton Hall Estate and its 125-acre parkland bordering the river Cam.  It is located alongside research institutions that are both at the forefront of the biomedical revolution and home to life-changing scientific history, creating a unique combination of atmosphere, history and cutting-edge science. 

The Conference Centre is an impressive modern space surrounding the recently-refurbished Francis Crick Auditorium where the RAREsummit19 will take place. Underneath the new glass roof lies a large, naturally-lit open venue ideal for informal discussions of our hackathon challenge and providing a relaxed atmosphere for  networking, poster sessions and evening drinks and canapes .

The Wellcome Genome Campus offers a unique combination of atmosphere, history and cutting-edge science.

Conference facilities include:

 

  •  Exhibitors & attendees on one-level

  • Purpose built for easy access

  • Comfortable networking

  • On-site accessible accommodation

  • On site parking and drop off near venue

  • See full accessibility information here

Cambridge Rare Disease Network - RAREsummit19 | Venue and accessibility 2

WELLCOME GENOME CAMPUS
Hinxton
Cambridgeshire

CB10 1RQ

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