The Welsh Wildlife Centre


The Welsh Wildlife Centre, Cilgerran. SA43 2TB.

Main entrance: SN187430.

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A 107 hectare reserve encompassing marshland, reed beds, grassland, scrub, woodland and river.

How to get there:

The Welsh Wildlife Visitor Centre and Nature Reserve are located in Cilgerran.

At the end of Cilgerran village, heading towards Cardigan, take the right turn just before the bridge, and take the long single track to the car park and visitor centre. There is also pedestrian access along the river from Cardigan.


Our activity takes place within a covered workshop space. There are visitor facilities onsite including a visitor centre, toilets, shop, café, picnic area and accessible trails.

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Public Access: The site is open to the general public.

Site Owner:

The site is owned by the Wildlife Trust of South & West Wales.


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