Titchwell Marsh nature reserve is in the heart of North Norfolk’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With breath-taking sea views and its wild open spaces, you can explore a diversity of wildlife habitats less than a mile from one of north Norfolk’s best beaches in Brancaster.
Titchwell Marsh is one of the RSPB’s most popular reserves for those on a self-catering holiday in North Norfolk, thousands of migrating birds make their home here over winter including many species of ducks, waders, seabirds and geese followed by the arrival of swallows and cuckoos in the spring.
Guided walks and self-led nature trails ensure that there is plenty for everyone to enjoy. Regular activities include pond dipping, stargazing and their exclusive ‘snore and explore’ nights where you discover Titchwell’s nocturnal inhabitants.
After a spot of bird watching, you can head over to Briarfields Hotel, located on the edge of the reserve, for a quick drink or a delicious meal.
The visitor centre, cafe and gift shop open daily at 9.30am. Car parking is free to RSPB members or £6 for non-members.