Warnham Local Nature Reserve

A colourful wildflower meadow at Warnham Local Nature Reserve

Follow our walking trails through wildflower meadows, natural habitats and around the Mill Pond

COVID-19 update: Please continue to act carefully and remain cautious when you visit. Choosing to wear a face covering when you are in crowded or enclosed spaces, such as the Discovery Hub, the cafe or the hides, can help to stop the spread of COVID-19.
To ensure on-going social distancing, a one-way system around the reserve remains in place.

Cafe and visitor centre

The Warnham Local Nature Reserve Visitor Centre is open to all visitors, whether or not you decide to go into the reserve.

In the exhibition room you’ll find a display of work by local artists and live footage from cameras in our nest boxes around the reserve (also below). Stop off at Herons Rest Cafe for a hot drink and a snack after your walk.

The cafe and visitor centre is run by the Friends of Warnham Local Nature Reserve.

Toilets and facilities

  • The Visitor Centre and Cafe has toilets, baby change facilities and a disabled toilet.
  • There is seating available inside and an outside courtyard and picnic area.
  • Food can only be consumed in the picnic area and courtyard.