London Wetland Centre (London) Reviews
Description:Address: Queen Elizabeth’s Walk / Barnes / London / SW13 9WT / England / London Wetland Centre is one of the most ... more
Newest Review: ... well worth taking out a membership and you are also helping to support all the conservation work of the WWT. Anyway, back to the Wetland Centre. It actually covers 42 hectares and is apparently the best urban area in Europe to watch wildlife. I think the centre is incredibly well laid out and very attractive. There are some more organised areas such as the Wold Wetlands Area where you will ... more
Customer London Wetland Centre (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 08/06/09, updated on 21/08/11 (Very useful, 169 readings)
My husband and I have been members of the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) for many years and since we have had our daughters we have a family membership. This means that we can regularly visit the centres that are in distance of where we live - the nearest of which is the Wetland Centre in London. Since the weather was so good the other day we decided that it was a perfect place to visit. The great thing about the Wetland Centre is that it will attract serious birdwatchers as well as families and both groups can be equally happy. It is located in Barnes and as soon as you get close it is very well signposted with the brown signs that are used for attractions. ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to London Wetland Centre (London) ...
All Hallows By the Tower (London) - fascinating not as prety as some churches
Carnaby Street (London) - Trendy fashions to be had Still not as trendy as it used to be
Sutton House (London) - Friendly staff, interesting house Poor selection of food
|More products in Sightseeing National|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Loch Katrine (Scotland)|
Natural Loch, choice of boats to sail on or just walk and enjoy.
May be too rough to go on boat!
|Petworth House & Park (Petworth)|
|SS Great Britain (Bristol)|
Superb visitor attraction . Lots to see . The kids love it . History now comes alive .
The Water Can Smell at Times. May be Crowded on a Fine Day
|Crooked Spire (Chesterfield)|
Impressive structure and lots of history.
Not for those who don't like churches.
|Patchings Farm Art Centre (Calverton)|
Loads to see, huge variety in what it offers, good events
Not great for non-artists
|Vindolanda Trust (Bardon Mill)|
Very interesting and you'll meet friendly people.
Can be dangerous and might not be everyone's cup of tea.
|Tyne Bridges (Gateshead)|
A stylish and funky part of this fantastic City.
It sure is cold Up North.
|George Square (Glasgow)|
history, events, christmas! location, benches
boring except at xmas, little toilet facilities, no grassy areas to sit
|The Kilmartin Valley (Argyll, Scotland)|
A fabulous day out
Midges from time to time