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Aerial view of the Quadrangle showing the Clocktower and Great Hall.


A museum for everyone
The Chau Chak Wing Museum has been designed to be completely accessible, welcoming wheelchair and hearing loop users.

Parking is available where Science Road meets the Great Hall, accessed from the western side of Science Road (not from University Place).

We recommend patrons using wheelchairs do not use the Law School carpark, as there is no fast and direct access from this area.

Parking on University grounds is free to all patrons displaying a current Mobility Parking Scheme card, previously known as a Disabled Parking Permit.

If you require wheelchair access to public events, please inform staff when booking your tickets so that appropriate seating can be arranged.

To enter the Quadrangle from University Place or the Front Lawns), please use the entrance under the Clocktower.

The Quadrangle is also wheelchair accessible from the northern side's main entrance (from Science Road).

After entering the Quadrangle, please use the internal paths through the lawns. The cloisters and paths around the interior perimeter of the Quadrangle are not wheelchair accessible.

The Chau Chak Wing Museum will have accessible toilets

If you are attending an event before the new museum opens, there is a unisex accessible toilet located near the main northern entrance (from Science Road) of the Quadrangle.

For further details, please use our interactive campus map and select "Accessible/unisex toilets" under amenities.