Opening times

Opening times

Site opening times

Walthamstow Wetlands is open between 10.30am – 4pm daily. On weekends and bank holidays, last entry is at 3.30pm.

Please click here for all site updates in light of current outbreak of the coronavirus COVID-19.

Angling and birdwatching

Due to the national restrictions currently in place, angling for day and seasonal permit holders is not permitted onsite until further notice. 

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 not permitted onsite until further notice, including for season permit holders. 

 

Visitor centre and cafe

The Engine House Visitor Centre is closed. There is no access to toilets on site. 

The World's Larder cafe is open from 10:30am - 3.30pm, serving takeaway only from the terrace located at the rear of the building. There is no seating available.

Parking

The carpark is closed, except for blue badge holders. Parking for blue badge holders is free. Please contact reception upon arrival/exit for access (contact number is provided at the gate). 

All visitors must stick to government Social Distancing guidance and stay 2m apart from others at all times. Please 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.