Heritage Quay can be found on the 3rd floor of the Schwann Building, University of Huddersfield Queensgate Huddersfield HD1 3DH
There is a campus map available Campus Map
This map shows car parks, level routes and the location of major lifts.
The Schwann Building is the large brown brick building which says “University” across the top; the building also contains the University Library.
The entrance to Heritage Quay is on the right-hand side adjacent to the Technology Building. it is clearly marked “Heritage Quay”. Colleagues at University Reception (as you enter campus from the ringroad) and at the iPoint (in Student Central) can direct you. Once inside the building follow the yellow brick road across the Atrium to the Heritage Quay door opposite you, enter and come down the stairs or use the platform lift to go down one floor.
The University’s British Cultural Student Society has kindly produced video directions for us: https://www.facebook.com/britsochud/videos/792891214210009/
The is Blue Badge parking on campus at all times. It is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Visitors to Heritage Quay after 5.30pm weekdays or at weekends are able to use the Queen Street Studios car park (no 32 on the campus map, see above), again on a first-come, first-served basis. If University parking is not available for any reason the Market Hall multi-storey is within 100m of campus and has 550 spaces in “Secured Status” long stay car park.
Visitors with additional needs
– please see additional information.
The Campus Shop serves hot drinks and snacks until 8pm. Other campus cafés and catering outlets are generally open until 6pm on weekdays. The campus shop and main catering facilities are in the Student Central area, within the same building as Heritage Quay.
Getting to Huddersfield
You can get directions from your current location and see satellite images of the campus from this link to Google maps (also available from the map above) – if you are on a mobile device you will need data and location to be enabled.
Our location can be viewed on Google Earth.
Town centre/driving map available at http://www.hud.ac.uk/about/maps/carparking/
On foot: the University 5 minute walk from the town centre or a 15 minute walk from the Rail station.
By rail: Huddersfield is on the Trans-Pennine line with easy access from Leeds and Manchester; the Huddersfield Free Town Bus operates throughout the day linking the station and campus.
By road: on main A62 with easy reach of the motorway network. When using SatNav enter the postcode HD1 3DH
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9:30am - 1pm
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Heritage Quay opening times
What's on soon
Through the Quay-Hole Tour
11am, 21st October 2017