Plan your visit
Open every day from 9:30 am to 5pm (closing at 4pm from the end of October to early February), except for Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
The trails and public toilets are open every day.
- Free entrance to RSPB members
- £5. (Carers accompanying disabled visitors (up to 2): FREE)
Second and subsequent children £2.50 each
Free entrance for first child
Free entrance for under 5s
- Students (with valid NUS card) £3.75
How to get here
The closest station is King's Lynn, approx. 22 miles from reserve.
The closest bus stop is on the main road outside the reserve.
National Cycle Route number 1 is within two miles of the reserve.
Take the first left after driving eastwards along the A149 through Thornham village. The reserve is signposted with a brown tourist sign.
Sat nav POI file: If you have a satellite navigation system that can accept POI files, please see our POI page for a download link and instructions.
Information for dog owners
Dogs on leads allowed on the west bank path, but please not in hides or on the other trails.
Group booking information
Groups are welcome by appointment - please telephone in advance. Guides can be hired if required. Limited parking for coaches. Group food orders should be made in advance.
Schools booking information
School groups are welcome by appointment. Guides and activity leaders can usually be arranged on request, trail sheets and activity sheets that support Key Stage 1-4 learning objectives are available.
Viewing structures and hides are easily accessible. One hide has low level seating and a work table suitable for young children.
Equipment such as binoculars, bug hunting kits and activity packs can be hired.
Schools are welcome to bring their own food to eat in our picnic area. There is limited parking for coaches.
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