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Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust

The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT) works globally to conserve, restore and create wetlands for wildlife and people.

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About Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust 
  • WWT saves critically endangered species from extinction, works with communities around the world who depend on wetlands and inspires people to take care of nature
  • There are fantastic birdwatching opportunities, trails and walks, seasonal events and lots of outdoor activities for kids
  • Find your nearest centre and discover what’s on.- 
  • As a member, you can help to save wetlands for wildlife and people whilst having a brilliant day out in nature by purchasing a ticket to any of WWT’s nine wetland centres
  • All of the changes that WWT will be making to the on-site experience of visiting the centres have been laid out on the WWT website here.
Summer at WWT sites

WWT ArundelMill Road, Arundel, BN18 9PB 

Species to watch out for: May: Sand Martins and Kingfishers June and July: Water voles and dragonflies 

Wetlands Discovery Boat Ride

  • Everyday May-August 
  • Between 11.00 and 15.00 
  • £3.00 per person 
  • Booking will availability will pop up when you book your tickets 

A trip on the Wetland Discovery boat safari lasts 20 minutes. On your journey a driver will identify and point out the wildlife, plants, fish and insects all around you. 

The boat takes you through the wet meadow, which has highest diversity of plant species on the reserve, then onto the woodland carr, which is full of water loving willows and black poplar. This area is popular with little grebes, which nest on branches sitting in the water. 

The back section of Wetlands Discovery is the reed bed, the best place to see and hear water voles crunching on shoots. Your guide will help you spot elusive sedge and reed warblers flitting in and out of their reed bed nests. The boats offer excellent view of the birds of prey soaring on the thermal of the Offham Hangar. 

The boat safari runs rain or shine, 11.00 - 3:00 pm on every day except Christmas (although trips may be cancelled in very icy conditions). The boat must be booked in advance of your visit. 

Each boat can accomodate 4 people and the boats are accessible for non-motorized wheelchairs (one wheelchair per trip). Life jackets are available and must be worn by those 7 years and under, all children must be accompanied by an adult. 

Queen Elizabeth Walk, London, SW13 9WT 

Species to watch our for: May: Breeding waders and sand martins July: Livestock including highland cows and native sheep will sometimes be out on the reserve

Bat walks

Look out for free guided Bat Walks at WWT London in July, they'll be on the WWT website closer to the time so keep checking!

WWT Slimbridge, Bowditch, Slimbridge, Gloucestershire, GL2 7BT 

Species to watch our for: June and July: Wildflower meadows and dragonflies

WWT Welney, Hundred Foot Bank, Welney Wetland Centre Station Road, Welney, Wisbech PE14 9TN 

Species to watch our for: May-September: Highest chance of spotting hare kits

Available all year round
Special Guidance

Children under 4 go free



My ten year old loved it. Definitely worth a visit.

Very quick and easy. Collect ticket at the place

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