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All reviews the reserve bird watching egyptian geese lovely walk bird life car park feed the ducks wildlife trust retail park cake beautiful scenery information centre lovely place dog walkers wild flowers all ages nice cafe
Went with family for a walk and coffee...lovely cold sunny day...lots of people walking aling path went in hide to watch birds. then to feed canada geese and swans....followed by coffee in centre....where small child enjoyed the play facilities...a good family day outing. Marked down...More
Popped in here with a friend on a trip to Nottingham.
Pleasant tea time walk. Stunning views over the Trent as the sun set.
There's a bird hide, nature trail and an information centre with a cafe and information about the local wildlife.
ATTENBOBOROUGH NATURE RESERVE is fortunate to be visited by many types of bird life, this January they have been lucky enough to host the STARLING MURMURATIONS on a daily basis toward the end of the day, THOUSANDS of birds congregate and fly in a mouthwatering...More
We have visited this site regularly over many years, even prior to it being taken over by the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust and it is very sad to see it change from a friendly, relaxing area to a regimented, commercialised concern. The Wildlife Trust appears to...More
If you want a great place to visit with three different size walks and plenty of countryside to explore pop along to the Attenborough Nature reserve. Walkers, runners, cyclists and plenty of twitchers all having a fabulous time. The centre is worth a visit, very...More
Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a leash, they are not allowed in the visitor centre and cafe but if you walk along the river to Beeston marina you will receive a warm welcome at Steve's cafe and bar where there is... More
Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a leash, they are not allowed in the visitor centre and cafe but if you walk along the river to Beeston marina you will receive a warm welcome at Steve's cafe and bar where there is Outside seating and a water bowl for dogs. You can do a nice circular walk back through Attenbough village to the main car park. Hope this helps.