Accessibility at Titchwell Marsh

Summary accessibility statement

Before you visit

  • Check accessibility for events and activities.
  • Two manual wheelchairs for hire free of charge.

How to get here

By train

The closest station is King's Lynn, approx. 22 miles from reserve.

By bus

The closest bus stop is on the main road outside the reserve.

By bike

National Cycle Route number 1 is within two miles of the reserve.

By road

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.

Access to facilities

Visitor centre
  • There is an entrance at the front and back to the visitor centre - both have shallow slopes.
  • The entrance doors are manual, outward-opening light doors without a threshold.
  • Level, tiled floor throughout.
  • Staff available to assist.
  • No seating.
  • Good lighting.
  • Information displayed in clear print format.
  • Some tall or deep displays.
Car parking
115 spaces
8 Blue Badge spaces
  • Surface is bonded gravel.
Nature trails access

Mostly flat, boardwalks and rolled sand and gravel surface.

Viewing points
  • Ramp or slope access with a mix of large windows or solid wood viewing slots which are operated manually.
  • Both Parrinder Hides are spacious modern and all level and accessible throughout.
  • Step-free entry to covered eating area.
  • Shallow slope to outside hatch to order food and beverages.  
  • Level throughout.
  • Non-slip flooring.
  • Colour-contrasted crockery.
  • Staff available to assist.
  • Nearest accessible toilet is 120 m from café in the car park.
  • Assistance Dogs welcome.
  • Other dogs are only permitted on the west bank path, which is a public right of way. They must be kept on a lead and under close control.

Additional accessibility information

Full accessibility information (external website)