WWT Welney Wetland Centre
Welney Wetland Centre is the place to watch one of nature's most magical sights - the winter gathering of up to 9,000 swans and ducks arriving from the Arctic.
But the centre isn't just a winter destination, with vast flocks of wetlands wildlife to spot throughout the year - including summer waders, dragonflies and avocets - and stunning walks along the Ouse Washes.
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Arrive by car:
Welney Wetland Centre is located 12 miles north of Ely, 26 miles north of Cambridge and 33 miles east of Peterborough. It is 2 miles south of Welney village turning off the A1101 at the New Bedford Suspension Bridge, signposted Ten Mile Bank.
Occasionally, the A1101 between Welney Village and Suspension Bridge floods and is closed to cars. Under such circumstances, access to WWT Welney is always possible from Ely or Downham Market, off the A10.
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SatNav postcode is: PE14 9TN
Arrive By Rail
Welney is located 7.6 miles (12 km) from Littleport station (CB6 1JL) which is on the Fen Line from Cambridge to Kings Lynn. Trains run directly from London Kings Cross to Littleport via Ely.
Taxi services operating in Littleport include: Parkers (01353 860111), Anglia (01353 863877) or Littleport cabs (07495 768906). Booking is essential. The journey takes about 15 minutes.
Alternatively, Downham Market station (PE38 9EN) is 10.4 miles (16.7km) from Welney on the same train line one stop closer to King's Lynn than Littleport and provides a quieter cycle route to the centre.