Heritage Open Day

Thursday 19 September


Price: Free (donations welcomed for guided walks)

As part of Wirral History and Heritage Association's Heritage Open Days season, we're opening our doors to celebrate the fascinating heritage of the land that now forms this vibrant nature reserve.

From the Iron Age settlement on Burton Point to the canalisation of the River Dee in the 1730s and even the creation of Burton Mere by the Gladstone family in the early 20th Century, the landscape has been changed dramatically over centuries; come along to discover it all - we hope you'll even enjoy the wildlife too!

No booking required for a general visit. A guided walk will leave the visitor centre at 10am and 2pm; free of charge but donations welcomed, and advanced booking recommended to avoid disappointment as places are limited. Burton Mere and wetland areas are fully accessible, Burton Point is accessed via grassed farmland therefore not suitable for people of limited mobility.

Please note: this event is not organised by the RSPB


RSPB Burton Mere Wetlands, Puddington Lane, Burton, Cheshire, CH64 5SF

Where is it?

  • Postcode: CH64 5SF
  • County: Cheshire

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