All our Wetland Centres exist to fulfil founder Peter Scott’s vision of connecting people with nature, so we make it a principle that our wetlands and wildlife are accessible.
WWT London Wetland Centre has the following facilities:
Free accessible car parking provision. Blue Badge Holders are reserved spaces at the front of our car park for closer access to the centre.
Trained assistance dogs welcome.
Maps can be enlarged, please ask ahead of your visit.
Manual wheelchairs available to loan. These must be booked in advance. Please contact our reception team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Three mobility scooters available (a suggested £5.00 voluntary donation to go towards the maintenance of our scooters would be greatly appreciated). These must be booked in advance. Please contact our reception team on email@example.com.
The centre is largely flat, with tarmac paths in most places and boardwalks with some uneven wooden planks.
There are a number of gates with stiff / heavy opening mechanisms. Our roaming volunteers or staff can assist, please ask.
Level access hides.
Headley Hide has wide turning circle. The door is 78cm wide.
Heated Observatory with views across the reserve.
Peacock Tower – three storey with lift.
Accessible toilets in car park and visitor centre.
We can provide an adult changing mat and a private space for your convenience. Ask our admissions team for support.
Cafe staff are friendly and helpful and will carry trays to the table if required.
If you have any specific questions about our accessibility then please feel free to call us on 020 8409 4400 and we can discuss it with you and help you plan your day.
We look forward to welcoming you to WWT London Wetland Centre