“squelch, squelch, splish splash, swish swash. We are going on a Wild Walk adventure”. Explore a hidden gem of wetland habitat at WWT Martin Mere's Wild Walk.
The Wild Walk experience takes visitors on a journey through three types of wetland habitat, providing a taste of the ‘wild’ reserves, which are traditionally only accessed via viewpoints in hides.
What’s 18.63 cubic metres in size, brimming with bugs, and holds a Guinness World Record? It’s the World’s Largest Bug Hotel and it’s right here at Martin Mere's in Wild Walk!
Visitors are encouraged to bring wellies to explore and find fun activities:
- meander through a maze of wetland tracks
- sqelch through the muddy meadow to the middle maze lodge
- bounce across the wobbly web bridge to the wet woods
- balance along a reedy ramble, discovering the wildlife and giant sculptures.
The attraction is included as part of your admission price.
The Wild Walk project at WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre is funded by the Lancashire Environmental Fund, a generous legacy from the late Mrs Magdalene Thistleton, Cargill PLC and The Duchy of Lancaster Benevolent Fund.