Getting to and around the exhibition
Cut + Paste is a free exhibition located on the ground floor of the Francis Crick Institute.
There is level access throughout the exhibition. Seating of various heights is positioned throughout the exhibition.
The nearest train and underground station is King’s Cross St Pancras, which has step-free access.Getting here →
Easy read guide
An easy read guide to the exhibition is available to collect at the entrance of the exhibition.Easy read guide →
All exhibition text is available to view online.Full exhibition text →
Large print and Braille books
Large print and Braille books are available to borrow at the entrance to the exhibition.Large print guide (PDF)
Additional access resources
- ear defenders
- magnifying glasses
- colour overlays
- sensory backpacks
- induction loops installed for audio
Accessible tours and events
We hold ad-hoc BSL and audio-described tours. To enquire about the next tours please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assistance dogs are welcome in the exhibition space. Dog bowls for water are available to borrow from the café.
Accessible toilets and Changing Places
Accessible and standard toilets are located within the exhibition towards the back on the left-hand side.
The nearest Changing Places is located at King's Cross Station.Changing places information
A café is located within the exhibition space, providing the opportunity to purchase light refreshments and a seating area.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any further access queries.
Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road, London NW1 1AT