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London For Toddlers: London Wetland Centre

Photo Credit: © London Wetland Centre

All ages

London Wetland Centre

West London

Free - £47.50

The London Wetland Centre comes alive in the winter, offering an exceptional natural escape for families. It's a place where children can engage in a myriad of activities amidst wide-open spaces and wetlands brimming with nature's sights and sounds.

The highlight for many young visitors is the outdoor adventure playground, "Explore," which features a zip wire, balance beams, and a climbing wall, perfect for kids who love to swoop, balance, and climb.

Additionally, the Wild Walk invites families to traverse balance beams, a wobbly bridge, and muddy meadows, ensuring that there's excitement around every corner. This area is interspersed with beauty spots for those seeking peace and quiet, ensuring that the Wetland Centre has something to offer for every member of the family.

To complement the outdoor adventure, the centre provides a selection of hot and cold food and drinks to fuel visitors' explorations. The café welcomes guests from 10:00 am, serving hot food from 11:30 am to 3:00 pm, and accepts last orders at 4:00 pm. This makes the London Wetland Centre a perfect destination for families looking for a day out with the kids, filled with exploration, adventure, and nature.


Adult: £15.40 - £17
Junior (4-17 years): £10 - £11
Family (2 adults and 2 children, 4-17 years): £43.10 - £47.50
Concession (65+, full-time student and unemployed): £13.90 - £15.30
Children (under 4 years): free
Carers assisting disabled visitors: free


March: 10.00am to 5.00pm
April - October: 10.00am to 5:30pm
November - February: 10.00am to 4:30pm

WWT London Wetland Centre


SW13 9WT


Barnes, Putney Bridge


Parking is free for visitors


Selection of hot and cold food and drinks


Unfortunately we can't allow dogs or pets of any kind on site, with the exception of Assistance dogs (trained by member organisations of ADUK) on duty, as our wildlife may become distressed.


The centre is largely flat, with tarmac paths in most places and boardwalks with some uneven wooden planks. Wheelchairs and Mobility scooters are available, must be booked in advance. Please contact our reception team on info.london@wwt.org.uk. Parking Update: Blue Badge Holders are reserved spaces at the front of our car park for closer access to the centre.