Mill Lane Lecture Rooms located at 8 Mill Ln, Cambridge CB2 1RX, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01223 769003

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Giovanni G

4 Google Rating

Great space, feeling the real college atmosphere, sadly a slow and long queue before entering the 20

4/ 5

Great space, feeling the real college atmosphere, sadly a slow and long queue before entering the 2019 Cambridge Science Festival.

Antonio Rossi

5 Google Rating

Here you can enjoy public lectures almost every evening.

5/ 5

Here you can enjoy public lectures almost every evening.

Lorelay Sunshine

3 Google Rating

Some rooms are equipped with rather old desks. There's no vending machine.

3/ 5

Some rooms are equipped with rather old desks. There's no vending machine.

kushagrm ahuja

5 Google Rating

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