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I am really sorry not to be giving this place 5 stars. I have been to most of the WWT sites and this one more than once. This is one with a collection as well as viewing points for wild birds. There is a playground...More
Date of experience: September 2019
MMWetlandCentre, Manager at WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago
Thank you for your feedback and I am really pleased to hear how much you enjoy seeing the wildlife we have on site at Martin Mere. As you can see from all of the positive five star reviews, staff and volunteers are frequently referred to...More
We enjoy it here, we have a family membership, children can walk or run about freely enough, safe, they enjoy the different birds etc seeing different everyone we go, love the Welly walk, rope swings etc and play area keeps them entertained. We tend to...More
What a lovely place! My children really enjoyed this half day out. Great value for money. We loved the black swans! Idea for kids of any age. We didn’t use the cafe but it did look nice. There was an amazing play ground, a craft...More
We really enjoyed visiting Martin Mere. When we arrived it was raining so we went to the cafe to grab some lunch. The food in the cafe was very delicious my friend had a baguette which was very tasty and their soups are very good...More
We got a family ticket and arrived at 11 . We left at 5 30 still not having covered everything .will go back without the kids to see hides and hawks as they were getting tired. A brilliant day out at a reasonable price for...More
Had a great day here. The grounds are lovely and everywhere is really well kept. Loads of unusual birds to see and lots for the kids to do. Staff are very helpful and friendly. We hired a canoe which was great fun. Cafe really good...More
We had a fantastic day out when we visited a few weeks back lots to do,pond dipping bug hunting, crafts we hired a canoe beautiful walks, my 9 year old loved feeding the ducks, food in the cafe was good but quite expensive lots of...More
Hadn't been for years, but ended up there very unexpectedly today. Lovely day out, with lots of 'hides' (huts to spy on the birds from afar, binoculars supplied). We got to the otter enclosure in time for feeding, but they were reluctant to 'perform' with...More
This is a great place to visit, there is a variety of rare birds and waterfowl including Pink Flamingos, Cranes, Geese, lots of ducks and a lot more.
there are hides for bird watching and you can hire a canoe or take a boat trip...More
Hi - it depends on how old the child is as under 4s are free. If the child is between the ages of 4-16 then it would be £13.00 per adult and £6.95 for a child making a total of £32.95. If you wanted to pay the gift aid... More
Hi - it depends on how old the child is as under 4s are free. If the child is between the ages of 4-16 then it would be £13.00 per adult and £6.95 for a child making a total of £32.95. If you wanted to pay the gift aid price, which, as a chatiry, allows us to reclaim your tax on this money for our charitable conservation work, then the total would be £36.25. Don't forget that you can also take out an annual membership for a 2 adult family for £88 per year and visit as much as you like. You can also pay the annual membership by a monthly direct debit of £7.33.