Nature in the heart of London
Woodberry Wetlands offers great opportunities for people to enjoy nature in the heart of London, free of charge, fully accessible and five minutes’ walk from Manor House Tube station.
Opening after almost 200 years
Woodberry Wetlands is an operating reservoir, originally constructed in 1833 and closed to public access ever since. Working Thames Water, London Wildlife Trust has carefully built a urban wetland oasis rich in wildlife.
Woodberry Wetlands wildlife
Woodberry Wetlands is home to lots of wonderful wildlife. Kingfishers dart across water, whilst reed warblers, bees and dragonflies buzz around the reeds. You’ll be amazed you are in London.
1st May: 10:00 / 12:00 / 14:00
Led by Woodberry Wetlands’ own David Mooney and Edwin Malins, tours will meet in front of Lizzy’s at the Coal House Cafe and will take approximately 1 hour. No booking necessary.
2nd May: 10:00 / 12:00 / 14:00
Led by London Wildlife Trust’s Chief Executive Gordon Scorer and Director of Conservation Mathew Frith, tours will meet in front of Lizzy’s at the Coal House Cafe and will take approximately 1 hour. No booking necessary.