The School is housed in two buildings.
Archaeology and Palaeoecology are in purpose built accommodation fronting on to Fitzwilliam Street, which has been substantially extended under SPUR2 funding for the Centre for Climate, the Environment and Chronology (CHRONO) and Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork (CAF) developments.
Geography has been housed in the Elmwood Building (once the Agriculture faculty building) since 1977. Access is by Elmwood Avenue. The Elmwood Building has been substantially refurbished (2006) and also now houses the Centre for Data Digitisation and Analysis (CDDA), the Centre for Canadian Studies (CCS) and the Map Library. Elmwood location maps show the disposition of staff and resources within the Elmwood Building.
GEOGRAPHY, Elmwood Building, View from Elmwood Avenue
ARCHAEOLOGY AND PALAEOECOLOGY, View from Fitzwilliam Street