Saltholme is an awarding winning RSPB nature reserve where everyone is welcome.
Little Birders at RSPB Saltholme is a family friendly session to discover how to tell the difference between a greenfinch and goldfinch and more!
Our team will be on hand to give you their top tips, teach you how to start using binoculars and answer your tricky questions!
Binoculars will be provided. We recommend the event is suitable for children over five, but everyone is welcome.
Each ticket covers one child and one adult. Children need to be accompanied by an adult throughout the event. Check upcoming dates for Little Birders sessions at RSPB Saltholme and buy tickets on their website HERE
Whatever the season there is always something to enjoy at Saltholme.
These family friendly wetlands are home to a state-of-the-art Visitor Centre, hides and screens which mean visitors can get up close to nature. There’s also a walled garden, family discovery zone, café, play area and accessible walking trails.
It’s a place to discover birds, other wildlife and nature on your own doorstep. The visitor centre and café offers amazing views over the reserve which attracts thousands of birds as they migrate each year.
Explore the pools and meadow through pond dipping and meadow sweeping activities or head out to discover the fascinating lifecycle of a dragonfly.
For more information on the facilities please visit the RSPB Saltholme website
Activities and events for children and families
Saltholme has everything to help your family enjoy and discover more about nature. Rugged pushchairs are available to hire free of charge. There’s adventure play, events and activities at weekends and school holidays. With volunteers to help you make the most of your time, you’ll be able to discover more about Saltholme’s nature together and have lots of fun at the same time.
RSPB Saltholme runs lots of events and activities for all ages including seasonal trails and regular school holidays sessions for children.
For more information visit the events section of the RSPB Saltholme website