Visitors with disabilities

We welcome all visitors to the Crick and hope that they enjoy the building and their experience.

The building is fully wheelchair accessible. Visitors who require extra assistance or specialist facilities can either speak to a member of staff when they arrive at the reception desk or book in advance.

For assistance during your visit, please contact our reception team:

Getting here

The Midland Road entrance provides step-free access to the Crick. A wheelchair-accessible door is located besides the revolving doors. The staff entrance on Ossulston Street also provides step-free access.

Blue Badge Parking

There are five disabled parking spaces around the building: three on Brill Place, and two on Ossulston Street. For more information visit Camden parking.

Visitors with physical disabilities

Exhibitions

The Manby gallery and coffee shop are located on the ground floor and have disabled toilet access.

Seminars, lectures and building access

The institute is wheelchair accessible. There are local disabled toilets near the seminar suite, auditorium and around the building. Dedicated spaces for wheelchairs are available at the back of the auditorium.

Visitors with hearing impairment

Induction loops

You will need to switch your hearing aid to the 'T' position. Induction loops are available in the following areas:

  • Reception
  • Auditorium
  • Seminar rooms and meeting rooms (infrared loop system).

Visitors with visual impairments

All guide dogs for the hearing and sight impaired are allowed in the ground-floor communal areas and in the collaboration areas on each floor.