Things To See and Do at The Welsh Wildlife Centre

Welsh Wildlife Centre Cilgerran playground (1 of 1)

WWC playground


  • A learning through play area, where younger children in particular can have fun with wildlife colouring, drawing, quizzes and much more.
  • A screen showing wildlife films.
  • Interpretation Centre and Shop

    Interpretation Centre and Shop

    An Interpretation Centre, packed with information about wildlife and the work of the Wildlife Trust as well as the wonderful benefits of becoming a Wildlife Trust member.

  • The Glasshouse Café serving fresh, locally sourced food, from home made cakes to hearty meals including local specialities; with stunning views looking across the Teifi Marsh wildlife reserve.
  • A gift shop for mementos of your visit as well as ideas & things to try out at home to support wildlife.
  • The main reception desk where our enthusiastic volunteers are on hand with a wealth of information, guidance and maps; to help you explore the Wildlife Reserve and get the most from your visit.


  • Four themed nature trails around Teifi Marsh Nature Reserve; some have easy access, some are more challenging, some can be explored on a bike.
  • Bird hides where patient observers will encounter new sights and sounds.
  • Binocular Hire service is now available from the reception desk in the shop.
  • Explorer Backpack hire full of unusual nature and activities to play around and explore the nature reserve, available from the reception desk in the shop.
  • Welsh Wildlife centre playground and slidesAn adventure play area, where adults can relax while children burn off that excess energy.
  • An activities programme of play, exploration and creativity for all the family, throughout the year.
  • Willow sculptures for wonder and inspiration.
  • Canoe hire on site (from Heritage Canoes Tel:01239-613961)
  • Picnic areas, both near the café and in secluded places around the nature reserve, as well as down by the river
  • Coming soon cycle hire allowing you to take advantage of the cycle trails around the site.


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