An autumn plant walk to look at the botanical side of London Wetland Centre. The centre has been carefully planted with a variety of species that provide shelter and food for wildlife. Sloes, hawthorn berries and rosehips, for example, help to feed birds and small mammals throughout the winter. During the walk, which lasts about an hour and a half, plant enthusiast Peter Day identifies species and explains their importance to wildlife and the historical uses to which many have been put by man.
|Adult Ticket:||From £6.00 (USD9.06) per ticket|
Venue Details & Map
Queen Elizabeth's Walk
- +44 (0)20 8409 4400
- Public transport:
- Ample free parking. Hammersmith tube: 283 bus comes into the Centre (10 minutes). Buses 33, 72, and 209 stop at Queen Elizabeth's Walk. Barnes and Barnes Bridge stations are a 15 minute walk.
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