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Visit Watatunga Wildlife Reserve car-free
It’s quite easy to visit Watatunga Wildlife Reserve car-free (but remember to pre-book).
Buses from Kings Lynn train station and Downham Market take 15 minutes and run fairly regularly. It’s then a 10-minute stroll to Watatunga Wildlife Reserve.
Trains run straight to Kings Lynn from London Kings Cross (about 115 mins), Cambridge (50 mins) and Ely (35 mins). At Ely there are connections from Thetford, Peterborough and Norwich.
Check our recommended route for step-by-step directions and use our journey planner to get the best route from where you are.
Enjoy 20% off off-peak buggy tours with the code GOODJOURNEY when everyone arrives by foot or bike.
The Cross Norfolk Trail along the Nar Valley passes nearby.
Travel Norfolk Fusion Day tickets cover bus operators across Norfolk.
About Watatunga Wildlife Reserve
• Multi-award-winning west-Norfolk wildlife reserve
• Self-drive electric buggy tours with expert guides
• Europe's largest collection of endangered deer and antelope
• A fantastic inter-generational staycation safari
• Situated between King's Lynn and Downham Market
For any queries about visiting contact Watatunga Wildlife Reserve on 01553 396007 or email@example.com
Address: Watatunga Wildlife Reserve, Watlington Road, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, PE33 0RG. Visit Website