Learn at Steart Marshes

Come and visit WWT Steart Marshes to learn about our working wetlands and the wildlife that lives here.

We can offer walks, talks and a variety of activities tailored to your educational needs.

Keeping you and your learners safe

We have been busy over the last few months ensuring that all learning visits are Covid-compliant. We have always taken pride in our personal approach and we will work directly with you to ensure that your safety needs are met and any concerns addressed.

We have revised our risk assessment for learning visits and produced guidance for teachers / leaders as well as an information sheet for parents detailing the steps we are taking to keep their children safe. Your safety is our first priority.

Should you be unable to visit due to Coronavirus, we will allow you to re-book or cancel free of charge.

What teachers say

"It was a great opportunity for our Environment Students from the Royal Agricultural University to visit Steart Marshes recently. They were given fascinating insights into the practicalities of wetland restoration but also the key roles this plays in ecosystem service delivery and addressing climate change problems. A fantastic birdwatching opportunity too – the bittern we saw was a first for most of our students!”

Dr Ian Grange, Senior Lecturer in Environment & Countryside Management, Royal Agricultural University


We ask for a donation of between £2 and £5 per person, depending on the format of your visit.

Please contact us to discuss details.

Centre map


Download our site map and day planner to help you make the most of your day

Risk assessment

Download our risk assessment for WWT Steart Marshes to help you plan your day with us.

Get in touch

Speak to one of our Learning team today at WWT Steart Marshes to book your visit or find out further details.