PIN London Wetland Centre
Wildlife Conservation near the River Thames
The WWT is a conservation charity that saves wetlands and gives visitors the opportunity to see up close a natural habitat in the middle of a large city. You can visit their London natural reserve for a chance to see some of the local British wildlife, like gadwall and grebes as well as bats, marsh frogs and moths. You save 10% by buying tickets online in advance.
Founded by Sir Peter Scott, the Wildfowl & Wetland Trust can be called the start of modern conservation. There are nine centers across the UK, all of which are open to the public. The trust opened the London center in the year 2000.
How to get there
Take either the Piccadilly or District & Circle lines to Hammersmith. From the station catch the 485 bus that will take you right to the centre. It runs every half hour and not on Sundays or Bank holidays.
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