Visit the Wildlife Trust Welsh Wildlife Centre at Cilgerran, on the Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion border and discover the wonders of nature at the fantastic site of the Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve. The Welsh Wildlife Centre really is a perfect day out in Pembrokeshire.
Families will love exploring our nature trails on foot or two wheels, playing in the adventure playground, discovering our willow maze and giant willow badger mascot, and meeting the stunning water buffalo as well as a host of other residents to the marshes, be it furry, slimy or even just wooden!
The natural elements of the marshes mean that they are home to all nature of creatures. The kingfishers – just one of many birds on the reserve – are a common sight to behold, as are the families of otters, birds of prey, squirrels and other flora and fauna.
The iconic Glasshouse building presents a fantastic first impression, and gives an even better welcome. A multi-level building, it houses a cafe and restaurant, shop and activity centre that is bursting with information and facts about the area, the marshes and the wildlife that live within it.
Find out more about the Teifi Marshes and the Welsh Wildlife Centre below…
The Welsh Wildlife Centre has an extraordinary range of things to do, both inside and outside, so is a great day out no matter what the weather pattern.
In 2016, the Centre achieved it’s TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence and continues to offer a fantastic experience that all the family can enjoy.
If you’re planning a day inside, then here are the following activities you can choose from:
There are four themed nature trails in and around the Teifi Marsh Nature Reserve, which you can access from the Welsh Wildlife Centre, and all vary in their accessibility. Some have easy access, some are more challenging and some can be explored better by bike. However, exploring the reserve in all capacities gives you potential access to a range of different experiences, such as: