Wicken Fen

 

Open vistas and vast skies – a window onto a lost landscape.

Wicken Fen, the first nature reserve owned by the National Trust is a unique remnant of ancient fenland with wildflower meadows, reedbeds, sedge fields & waterways. An internationally renowned wetland, it is home to a huge variety of birds, including rare species like hen harrier and bittern, plants and insects, as well as grazing herds of highland cattle and konik ponies.

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Explore the reserve via the network of walking trails, hire a bike for an exciting ride through the wider reserve, spend a night or two at our wild campsite, or take a boat trip along the local waterways in spring and summer months. Explore Fen Cottage, with its low beams and period features to see how fen folk used to live & work.



Opening Times
Reserve, visitor centre, shop & café*: Open all year 10:00 – 17:00.

*Café closes at 16:30 until 11 February & from 29 October.

Fen Cottage, cycle hire & boat trips: Easter to October*

*See website for times.

Gift Aid Admission*
Adult: £8.10, child: £4.05, family: £20.25.

*Includes a voluntary 10% donation. Visitors can choose to pay standard admission, prices displayed at Wicken Fen and at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wickenfen.

Location
Just off A1123 in Wicken, 17 miles north-east of Cambridge, via A10 towards Ely. On National Cycle Network route 11, 9 miles from Ely.  Cycle from Cambridge, (16 miles) NCN 51 and join the Lodes Way.

Contact
Wicken Fen, Lode Lane, Wicken, Cambs CB7 5XP

01353 720274

wickenfen@nationaltrust.org.uk

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