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Spurn Safari Unimog

Spurn Safari Unimog

Credit James Hardisty

Details

As Yorkshire’s very own ‘Land’s End’, and with an array of internationally important wildlife habitats, Spurn’s iconic landscape has been a draw for visitors for generations. A constantly changing feature of Yorkshire’s coastline, and always at the mercy of the elements, no two days at Spurn are ever the same.

Spurn is an internationally important nature reserve with sensitive, diverse and wildlife-rich habitats. Large numbers of people travel to Spurn every year to enjoy its unique landscape, heritage and wildlife.

Spurn is now a ‘tidal island’ with unpredictable tidal areas that can isolate the reserve from the mainland. Its extensive ‘human history’, including its former defence role, has also left a legacy of fascinating but derelict buildings and hidden structures.

At the Spurn Discovery Centre you will find all the information you need to help you make the most of your visit to this wonderful place; ensuring your adventure is inspiring, safe and enjoyable and playing your part in helping us to protect Spurn and its wildlife for the future.

Accepts groups

Children welcomeDisabled accessSmoking not allowed

Opening details

Between 29th October and 30th November, the centre will be open between 9am - 5pm, and the café will be open 9am - 4pm.

In December and January, the centre will open 9am - 4pm and the café between 10am - 4pm due to the dark nights.

Café: The café is open all year round from 10am - 4pm.

Car park: Open dawn 'til dusk.

Open seven days a week* Both the centre and the café will be closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day only.

Address

Spurn National Nature Reserve,
Spurn Head,
HU12 0UG

Location

Directions

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Map reference: TA 416158  Lat: 53.62013 Long: 0.14014

Public Transport:
The bus service, Spurn Ranger is now operating until 25th October 2009, a service provided by EYMS. It is service number 73 and will be operating between Withernsea and Spurn Point and connects at Patrington to provide a direct connection from Hull. Through fares are available. As well as for visitors, the bus provides a Sunday service for residents in the area. Holders of Local Authority Elderly/Disabled bus passes can use the service for free.

Accessible by Public Transport

Facilities

  • Accepts groupsAccepts groups
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Disabled accessDisabled access
  • Smoking not allowedSmoking not allowed