Things to Do

Things to Do

Watch Wildlife

Whatever time of year you come to the Avalon Marshes you can see wonderful wetland wildlife; iconic birds such as marsh harrier and great white egret as well as the colourful kingfisher. In the summer dragonflies, damselflies and butterflies are everywhere.  If you are lucky you may see the secretive otter or perhaps a hare.  We have five major nature reserves with hides, boardwalks and trails for young and old.
To find out more go to our Wildlife pages

Attend an Event

Walks, talks, open days, family fun and lots more – there are lots of different events in the Avalon Marshes.
Go to our Events listing

Visit Museums and Historic Sites

Visit Glastonbury Abbey; climb to the top of Glastonbury Tor; or follow the link below .
Our Places to Visit pages have lots of ideas

Otto in the reedsEntertain the Kids

Looking for something a bit different than expensive trips to theme parks?  The Avalon Marshes is a wonderful area to bring the children and let them enjoy nature and heritage at its best.
Start your visit at our Kids’ Stuff section



Go Geocaching

Geocaching could be described as a modern form of treasure hunt. It is a great way to help you explore the marshes and try something a bit different.
To find out more go to our Geocaching page

Explore by Bike

The Avalon Marshes are flat and the surrounding hills low; there is a network of minor roads and tracks; and cafes and pubs to visit – an ideal landscape to explore by bike. To help you we have a series of heritage cycle routes.
Find out more and download a Heritage Cycle route from out Cycling page