The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) is a world leading conservation charity, committed to saving vulnerable wetlands and the wildlife they support. Founded in 1946 by the late Sir Peter Scott, WWT now has a network of nine wetland centres where visitors can get close to rare wildlife, explore wetlands, be inspired by nature and, above all, have fun! Each centre enjoys its own unique natural habitat and wildlife. There's something for everyone, from avid birders to families looking for a fun day out.
WWT membership gives unlimited free entry to all WWT centres, with great days out for a full year. Members also receive the award winning, quarterly magazine ‘Waterlife’, keeping you up to date with all WWT’s conservation activities, work around the world as well as what’s on at your local centre.
This membership is valid for two named parents or grandparents and upto six of their own named children or grandchildren and will provide them with a membership card as well as; a welcome pack; reduced entry vouchers for family and friends and a free quarterly 'Waterlife' magazine. Please note that in order to start redeeming your membership you are required to contact WWT on the number given in the voucher pack to give over your details. Membership commences from the date you contact WWT.
PLEASE NOTE: This voucher can only be used for new memberships, it cannot be used to renew an existing membership.
When can you go?
The wetland centres are open Monday to Sunday, throughout the year, except Christmas Day.
How long does this activity last?
This membership will last for 12 months.
You need to know
Adults are 17 or older and children can be between 4 and 16 years of age.
There are no fitness requirements.
There are no qualification requirements.
This is for a voucher entitling the holder to any of the activities supplied by Activity Superstore up to the value stated.
You and how many others?
This membership is valid for two named adults and up to six of their own named children or grandchildren.
Family and friends
You can bring other people to visit the wetlands but they will need to pay on the day.