We love and care for your canals and rivers, because everyone deserves a place to escape.

WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre

See the World's largest collection of Swans Geese and Ducks at the stunning reserve which borders the River Severn. Close Wildlife encounters are gauranteed from Wildlife watching in the many hides, guided walks and talks, Canoe and Landrover safaris and feeding birds from all around the World. Our Young Visitors can enjoy a splash in our outdoor wet playground Welly Boot Land, handling the amphibians at Toad Hall, visiting Pond Zone and Arts and Crafts in our Discovery Centre. Centre recently opened the attractive RBC Rain Garden and is set too open a new Flamingo Exhibit called Pink Africa.

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WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre


Disability Access Information

Disabled Parking near main entrance ramp. There are ramps up to all buildings in the grounds and the hides are also accessible (with the exception of the top floor of the Holden Tower). Most of the paths are tarmac based. A selection of wheelchairs available for visitors including electric ones. We ask for a minimum voluntary donation of £5.00 per scooter towards the maintenance of the equipment. There are 6 disabled toilets at WWT Slimbridge. 2 in the foyer, 3 in visitor centre and 1 near the canoe safari in the grounds.

  • Path slope no steeper than 1 in 10
  • Paths wider than 1 metre
  • No steps or barriers
  • Intact compact path surfaces with only slight irregularities, neat edges, drains immediately