- For up to 6 people
- Open-dated voucher
- Popular with families
WWT London Wetland Centre
An urban oasis for wildlife and people, just 10 minutes from Hammersmith. Stroll among the lakes, ponds and gardens. The café is perfect for relaxing, and kids will love the play areas.
The Wetland Centre in London attracts thousands of wild birds to the lakes, ponds, meadows and reedbeds that make up the nature reserve.
Visitors can explore the natural environment and observe the numerous resident and itinerant inhabitants from purpose-built, camouflaged hides. Otter feeds are available and there are wonderful opportunities to view colourful water birds from around the world.
Younger visitors will also love to explore the play zones.
A circuit around the London Wetland Centre should take a couple of hours, and a well-earned break can be taken in the on-site cafe; serving lunches and drinks.
Whatever the weather, a day out at the Wetland Centre will long live in the memory as one of the best experiences of London that no nature-lover could ever miss.
- Join our wardens as they feed the beautiful water birds from around the globe at 3pm - runs daily
- Otter feeding times 11am and 2pm - runs daily
- Join us for some of our daily Spotlight talks to discover more about the history of the Centre and the animals that live here.
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Car park and visitors centre
Free accessible car parking provision – 12 Blue Badge spaces
Trained assistance dogs welcome
Maps can be enlarged, please ask ahead of your visit
4 manual wheelchairs available to loan
1 mobility scooter available for hire (suggested £5.00 donation). Please call ahead to book
What you should know
- Simply show your voucher at the reception to get your discounted entry tickets
- Voucher is valid for up to 6 people
- You do not need to pre-book
- Please check opening dates and times before your visit
Prices and discounts
WWT London Wetland Centre Discount and Prices
|Regular price||with voucher|
|Child (age 4-16)||£7.45||£5.96|
|Family ( 2 adults and 2 children)||£37.80||£30.24|
WWT London Wetland Centre Opening Times.
1 March to October 31: 09.30-17.30
(last admission 1 hour before closing)
1 November to 29 February: 09.30-16.30
(last admission 1 hour before closing)
Early closing on 24th December
(last admission 2pm, centre closes at 3pm.)
Closed on 25th December
|Opening - Closing|
|Monday||09:30 - 17:00|
|Tuesday||09:30 - 17:00|
|Wednesday||09:30 - 17:00|
|Thursday||09:30 - 17:00|
|Friday||09:30 - 17:00|
|Saturday||09:30 - 17:00|
|Sunday||09:30 - 17:00|
Queen Elizabeth Walk, London, SW13 9WT, GB
Exhibitions & Events
The following events are included with your entry ticket:
Otter feeding times 11am and 2pm
Meet our otters – our very own swimming superstars! Watch the otters playing, foraging, feeding, swimming and grooming. You’ll even be able to watch them sleeping in their specially designed holt, although this species of otter is more active during the day than some of the 13 other species found worldwide. Asian short-clawed otters are the smallest otters in the world and live well together in family groups, unlike most other otters which tend to be solitary. They often play games which helps their young to develop hunting skills.
Join our wardens as they feed the beautiful water birds from around the globe. Discover more about WWT's conservation work and the birds we are helping to save from extinction.
Daily at 3pm.
Please note that the Centre closes at 3pm on Christmas Eve, so there will not be a public bird feed on that day. However you will still be able to attend the otter feed at 2pm. The Centre is closed on Christmas Day.
Join us for some of our daily Spotlight talks to discover more about the history of the Centre and the animals that live here.
We planted 27,000 trees, 300,000 plants and uncovered a bomb while creating the Centre! You can see one of the biggest ducks in the world and discover which bird has remained almost unchanged since the time of the dinosaurs. Or come and discover more about one of the planet’s rarest geese.
Each talk is approximately 15 minutes long. See the board in Admissions each day for talks and times.