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Wicken Fen National Nature Reserve, Ely
(4.6/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
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  • Great for nature watching or even just going for a walk. The staff in the visitor centre are very knowledgeable and friendly. Nice to see a National Trust property which isn't just another stately hom...  more »
  • A nice place to spenda few hours walking in the fens, either on the prepared broad walk or on the numerous paths. Several hides for birdwatchers .Good open vistaas of the surrounding countryside. 
  • We visit Wicken Fen regularly for birdwatching and a walk around Adventurer's Fen. It's a lovely reserve and there's always plenty to see. What really makes our day is stopping off at the fabulous NT ...  more »
  • A fab place for walking and cycling. Pretty flat throughout. A good place for a family day out on a suuny day.
  • One of my go to places. Lovely views and lots of wildlife. Walks of differing surfaces.
  • Beautiful place, something for everyone, from families to walkers. You can rent bikes and go for longer explorations. Loads to see and learn. Activities like boat rides, pond dipping, den building. It's wonderful! Bring the bug spray, I've been eaten alive!
  • Such a great place to visit with kids. Lovely cafe too and some great cycle routes, or boat trips if you fancy taking to the water.
  • The staff at Wicken Fen is are always friendly and helpful. There are different routes you can take depending on your ability and time constraints. The Boardwalk is wheelchair friendly, apart from the hides. The Boardwalk is also pushchair friendly at 1.2km or 3/4 mile long. The Nature Trail is 3.6km or 2 1/4 miles and you will require walking boots. The Adventurers' Trail 4.5km or 2 3/4 miles and walking boots or even wellingtons advisable on occasions.