What's here? at Bempton Cliffs
Available on site
74 spaces 11 Blue Badge spaces 2 coach bays Blue Badge spaces and a drop off point can be found immediately outside the Visitor Centre. No height restriction barrier. No overnight parking or camping. Bicycle racks available.
Toilets and accessible toilet open daily, 9.30am-5pm. Located on the ground floor of our visitor centre.
They are located in our accessible toilet on the ground floor in the visitor centre.
The level walk to the cliff top and from Grandstand viewpoint to Bartlett Nab viewpoint makes Bempton Cliffs the perfect place for a stroll in nature with a pushchair. You and the little ones can spot gannets and gulls on the cliffs, whilst looking at the stunning views across the reserve and sea, taking in the fresh air as you go.
Bempton Cliffs is one of the most accessible seabird colonies in Europe. The Seabird Centre and shop are within the same level-access and pen-plan building. Staff and volunteers are available to assist where needed. The site has two Tramper mobility scooter for disabled visitors to use. Advance booking via our website is recommended. While there is no charge for this, a donation towards the maintenance of the scooters would be much appreciated. There are also two push wheelchairs that can be used, should anyone prefer these to using a mobility scooter.
They are located on the ground floor of our visitor centre.
Our popular RSPB binoculars are available to hire on your visit: £7 RSPB Avocets
Please see our events page for further information
Six viewpoints. Three viewpoints nearest the Seabird Centre are fully wheelchair accessible and have bays to give improved viewing to wheelchair users. Most viewpoints have benches nearby.
Our trails are open daily. The Cliff Top Trail is 2 miles long. Allow around 1 ½ hours to complete this trail. The route takes you through cliff top habitats and includes 6 viewpoints overlooking the North Sea and 400ft cliffs. The Nature Trail is 0.5 miles long. Allow around 15 minutes to complete this trail. The route takes you through scrub and grassland habitats of the reserve and includes great opportunities to spot the smaller birds. We have a Public Right of Way across the site to and along the cliff top.
Open daily. Visit our store to discover more.
Check out our fantastic range of resources for teachers, or take on the Schools’ Wild Challenge.
Open daily, 10.30am-3.30pm Takeaway refreshments and outdoor seating available daily, 10am-4pm. A self-service food cabinet holds a selection of food and drink and can be accessed from a seated position. Limited indoor seating and tables available. Staff and volunteers are available to assist.
We're operating with a staffed, outdoor welcome point daily, where our friendly staff and volunteers are on hand to help. The visitor centre is a light, airy and informative space, where you can gain information about the cliffs and seabirds that visit here.
Dogs are welcome on the footpaths around the reserve and in the visitor centre. Water bowls can be found at the back and front of the visitor centre. Please keep your dog on a short lead at all times due to the sensitive wildlife, habitats and livestock here. Dogs die in hot cars, please do not leave your dog in the car when visiting us.
Use of personal or commercial drones on or over RSPB-owned property is not permitted unless specifically granted by the site manager for relevant use.