WWT Llanelli Wetland Centre

WWT Llanelli Wetland Centre

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Flap, splash, and laugh your way to an extraordinary day out! There’s a thrill-ride of a day ahead of you at WWT Llanelli Centre. This is not just simply birds; this is exploring, playing, feeding and getting up-close-and-personal to some of nature’s most wonderful wildlife.

Telephone:
01554 741087

Flap, splash, and laugh your way to an extraordinary day out! 

There’s a thrill-ride of a day ahead of you at WWT Llanelli Centre. This is not just simply birds; this is exploring, playing, feeding and getting up-close-and-personal to some of nature’s most wonderful wildlife.

We have 450 acres of adventure to flutter hearts, including the world’s most spectacular ducks, geese and swans; a colourful collection of Caribbean flamingos; the rarest goose in the world; as well as pools, lagoons and hides where you can spot all kinds of amazing birds.

Go bug hunting , pond dipping and explore the reserve to see butterflies, dragonflies and more! We also have a play area, the tunnels of Water Vole City, our summer holiday canoe safari and bike hire to keep children and adults entertained all day.

Come and sample delicious home-cooked meals and snacks at our Estuary Cafe, and relax with freshly-brewed teas and coffees whilst enjoying the spectacular views over the Gower Peninsular.

We have a selection of seasonal fun activities every weekend and during school holidays – take a look at our events calendar to find out more. http://www.wwt.org.uk/wetland-centres/llanelli/whats-on/

We’re open:

  • 363 days a year – that’s every day except Christmas Eve and Day.
  • You can visit us between 9.30am – 5pm and our last admission is one hour before closing.
  • Our canoe safari and bike hire is open in. the summer holidays.​

The reserve is situated at the edge of the Burry Inlet, which is acknowledged in Wales as the premier estuary for wildfowl and waders.  The area is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), a Special Protection Area (SPA), and a Ramsar Site.

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