Facilities at Titchwell Marsh

Full facilities information

Visitor centre
  • Open every day from 9am to 5pm (closing at 4pm from the end of October to early February), except for Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

  • Information desk inside.

  • Family adventure backpack for hire from visitor centre.

Car park
  • 120 spaces
  • 8 Blue Badge spaces
  • Blue badges must be displayed.
  • Parking bay for coaches and large motorhomes.
  • Public toilets.
  • No lighting.
  • No height restriction.

A unisex accessible toilet in the main toilet block near car park.

Accessible toilets

A unisex accessible toilet in the main toilet block near car park.

Open daily from 9.00am to 5.00pm (closing at 4.00pm from late October to early February). Hot food is available from 9.30am to 3.30pm (3.00pm late October to early February).
Vegan options
Vegetarian options
Gluten free options
  • High chairs available.
  • Locally sourced ingredients.
  • A selection of cold, filled wraps and freshly made sandwiches.
  • A wide range of hot meals including daily specials.
  • A wide range of delicious cold and hot deserts.
  • Home-made cheese scones, fruit scones and Titchwell apple cake.
  • For more information about our menu please visit 'What's in my dish'.
  • Shop is open daily from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (open until 4:00 pm from late October to early February). Closed on Christmas Day and Boxing day.
  • Stocks a large selection of optics and books, bird food, bird feeders, outdoor clothing and gifts. Knowledgeable and friendly staff.
Baby changing

Situated in the main toilet block near car park.

Picnic area
  • Two picnic areas, five tables and one bench outside the visitor centre one bench with all tables having wheelchair spaces. 60m from the visitor centre toward the car park is a second picnic area with three benches and four tables with space for wheelchair access.
  • Visitors are welcome to consume their own food and drink here.
Pushchair friendly
Binocular hire
Guided walks
Viewing point

Four hides.

Nature trails

Three signposted trails.