If you are anywhere near this is a must. The coffee shop is good and the views across the marshes are great. When we went there was also an art exhibition on which was interesting.
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Passing visit but what we saw was impressive. The shop was full of bird related books and gift items to buy. The gallery space was great. We wish there was an area to sit with the dog otherwise we would of stayed longer to have a coffee.
I will never know what this place is like as the cafe doesn't have anywhere you can sit with your dog. This is the first non-dog friendly place we have come across after a week on holiday in Norfolk. Found a great cafe down the road instead
Worth visiting for many reasons. If you enjoy birdwatching, it's a must but if you're just liking North Norfolk this will appeal. A superbly designed eco-centre with views over the marshes this is a free attraction established by the Norfolk Wildlife Trust. Worth a visit if only to use the cafe. Wander into the optic centre for binoculars set up... More
A very good centre, lots of information and good facilities always busy......we called in today after a long walk around the marshes and along the much changed seashore after the surge tides of the Winter. We enjoyed refreshing coffee and tea and a delicious cake, they have a good range of tempting treats, and welcoming staff.....
Totally enjoyed our first visit to this lovely visitor centre cafe. Great menu, good customer service and lovely tasting food. Highly recommend a pit stop here and to see the magnificent views overs the marshes.
Spent the day there, great location, great hides and a good cafe when the need arises which is close at hand. Plenty of species, marsh harrier collecting nesting material. Visited titchwell but prefer this site.
Spent a lovely afternoon at Norfolk Wildlife Trust Cley Marshes visitor centre. Visited the hides (£4.50 cost for ticket). Very informative and staff extremely helpful. WCs spotless. Great variety or very reasonably priced snacks and food on offer. Trying some cake is a must! Able to see Two Marsh Harriers and two Kites whilst there, plus an array of wading... More
This is a good visitors centre. Shame about the food. Good to look out over the reserve, especially if the weather is poor. Small shop with wildlife bit. Electronic screen tells you what birds are about.
..the NWT have really excelled with this..super centre with excellent views across the marshes..the restaurant/coffee shop provides you with food and drink of the highest standard..the shop is well stocked and the staff are available to give whatever help you need e.g. bird identification..
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