Getting Here

Following Government advice on the coronavirus, we are now closed. Please do not visit us until further notice.

With apologies, but we are unable to receive visitors, answer the telephone or respond to email enquiries for the forseeable future.

We do still have access to our social media feeds so please contact us on Twitter and Facebook if you have an enquiry and we will do our best to help. See the links at the top and bottom of the web page to access our social media feeds.

We will aim to update our website and social media feeds as best we can as things change.

Please do not travel to us and adhere to official advice to protect yourselves and others: Public Health England

Information about how to get to the Berkshire Record Office, parking and local accommodation

The Berkshire Record Office is a large glass building situated on the western edge of Reading town centre, on the corner of Coley Avenue and Castle Hill (the A4). You can visit us by car and we have free onsite parking which includes disabled spaces. You can also use public transport or visit on foot. Below are some guidelines on how to find us.

Please click on the links to find out how to reach us by car, foot, train or bus. For an interactive Google map, please see our contact us page.

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