Summer is a fantastic time for schools to visit our wetland nature reserves.
Grab your wellies, for an unforgettable learning experience
outdoors designed to support your teaching and learning in school
Our Wetland Centres
We welcome education groups of all ages and abilities all year round
Find your nearest centre
A picture-book setting bordered by woodlands and the River Arun and overlooked by the dramatic Arundel Castle. A crystal clear water source feeds reed beds and nurtures wildlife.
1,400 acres of wilderness on the north Solway coast famous for vast flocks of visiting winter birds. In the summer, explore rolling meadows and watch barn owls and ospreys.
Situated on the spectacular Strangford Lough, visitors can enjoy a magical mix of estuary views, tidal lagoons, woodland walks, salt marshes and reed beds.
Located on the scenic Burry Inlet, Llanelli is an idyllic array of lakes, scrapes, streams and lagoons. The estuary attracts thousands of wild birds viewable from a panoramic tower.
A 44 hectare mosaic of recreated wetland habitat, including reed beds, grazing marsh and wet woodland, that teems with wildlife and is located in the heart of the city.
Wilderness and family-friendliness combine to bring you spectacular wetlands, home to over 100 species of waterbirds, and attractions such as a beaver lodge and eco-garden.
WWT’s first wetland centre is located on the shores of the Severn estuary. Beautiful walks and close-up encounters with birds from around the world will make it a day to remember.
Situated on the banks of the River Wear, the centre gets its distinctive feel from groves of ancient woodland. The reed beds are a haven for reed buntings, dragonflies and other wildlife.
Located over 1,000 acres of the north Ouse Washes – Britain’s largest area of seasonally flooded land and the magical setting for mass gatherings of thousands of waterbirds.