Site opening times
Walthamstow Wetlands is now open between 10.30am – 5pm daily. On weekends and bank holidays, last entry is at 4.30pm.
Angling and birdwatching
Angling for seasonal permit holders is now allowed onsite. Angling opening times are 7am – 9pm. All anglers must carry their seasonal permits on them at all times – otherwise they will be asked to leave the site. For more information on angling, please speak with the Thames Water Fisheries Rangers. Please also refer to: https://corporate.thameswater.co.uk/about-us/community/great-days-out/fishing/fishing-at-walthamstow
Birdwatching is now allowed onsite. Those with annual birdwatching permits will be able to access the site between 7am – 9pm and will also be able to access restricted areas. Anyone accessing these restricted areas must carry their annual birdwatching permits on them at all times – otherwise they will be asked to leave the site.
Please note, birdwatching permits are no longer being issued for 2020.
Visitor centre and cafe
The Visitor Centre is now open for access to the gift shop and toilets from 10:30am - 4:30pm. The Mezzanine Gallery is also open from 11am-4pm, for access to the Welcome to the Jungle exhibition. The World's Larder cafe is open from 10:30am - 4pm, serving from the terrace located at the rear of the building. There is limited outdoor seating available.
The carpark is now open, and we ask that all visitors use the pay-on-foot machine in the carpark when paying for their parking (card only). If there are any issues please use the intercom button to call for assistance.
Parking for blue badge holders is free. Please bring your carparking ticket to the reception in the Engine House for validation.
All visitors must stick to government Social Distancing guidance and stay 2m apart from others at all times. be mindful of others getting in and out of vehicles.
Vestry House Museum
Vestry Road, London E17 9NH
Tel 020 8496 4391
Vestry House Museum has a range of resources and activities that can be used to support the teaching of many topics and curriculum areas. The Museum is particularly relevant to the study of history.
The William Morris Gallery
Lloyd Park, Forest Road,
London, E17 4PP
Tel 020 8496 4390
The William Morris Gallery is the only public gallery devoted to the life and legacy of William Morris: designer, craftsman, socialist.
Waltham Forest Feel Good Centre
170 Chingford Road, London, E17 5AA
Tel: 020 8520 7464
Waltham Forest Feel Good Centre is part of the London Borough of Waltham Forest Council's work to transform leisure centres across the borough.