Newport Wetlands Environmental and Education centre lies between the Severn Estuary and the River Usk on the South Wales coast. It is owned and managed by Natural Resources Wales, working in partnership with RSPB Cymru, Newport City Council and others, for the benefit of wildlife and people.
Discover how the Gwent Levels were created, meet the people who shaped this unique landscape, learn some ‘Levels Lingo’ and get to grips with some of the artefacts pulled from the Severn mud. You can meet many of the different history and heritage groups from across the Gwent Levels and discover the valuable work and research they do, which continues to keep local history alive.
There will be activities for all the family, plus demonstrations, displays, guided walks, talks and you can find out how to get involved with many of the projects being delivered by the Living Levels programme.
Address: Newport Wetlands, West Nash Road, Nash, Newport, NP18 2BZ.
Directions: Bus: Contact Newport bus 01633 211202
Train: The nearest station is Newport (5 miles)
Bike: Sustrans National Cycle Network route 4 - a branch takes cyclists to the reserve via roads
Car: From M4 junction 24 or 28, take A48 to Spytty Retail Park roundabout. Take the A4810 and follow the brown tourist signs to the Wetlands reserve.
Fairly accessible with mobility scooters available.
Entrance is free but please note there is a charge for the car park.
Dates, times and prices
29 Sep 2018
10.00am - 4.00pm
Adult - Am ddim / free
Family - Am ddim / free
Senior citizens, students and children under 16 - Am ddim / free
Member - Am ddim / free
Disabled and companion - Am ddim / free