Opening times for 11 December 2023
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Take away café open daily February to December. Opening times vary subject to the weather.
Please keep dogs under control. Ground nesting birds can be found across the Blakeney National Nature Reserve between March - August.
Free for National Trust members, please scan your membership card to obtain your ticket. £4 for up to 3 hours and £6 all day for non-National Trust members. Please be aware that the lower quay car park is liable to flooding on spring tides. Check tide times or ask a member of staff if you are unsure
Toilets are open all year.
Accessible toilet available. The car park is liable to flooding, so please be aware of ground conditions.
An accessible toilet is available all year.
There are two designated parking spaces
Outdoor accessible seating is available
Morston Quay is on the A149. Once entering the village of Morston, the turning for the Quay is signposted on a sharp bend. Please be aware of vehicles exiting as the track narrows and has speed bumps in place.
Parking: Pay and display car park, free for National Trust members, please scan your membership card to obtain your ticket. £4 for up to 3 hours, £6 all day for non-National Trust members. Please be aware that the lower quay car park is liable to flooding. Check tide times or ask a member of staff if you are unsure.
Sat Nav: Morston Quay, Quay Lane, Holt NR25 7BH
Morston Quay is on the Norfolk Coastal path
Coasthopper bus stops in Morston. From there follow directions to Morston Quay on foot. Around a 5 minute walk.
Planning to bring your dog to Morston Quay? Here's what you need to know, including where to explore and how to protect the wildlife that calls this special place home. Morston Quay is a two pawprint rated place.
Locally operated ferry trips depart from Morston Quay and head to Blakeney Point, home to England's largest grey seal colony.
Pristine salt marsh and muddy creeks provide a haven for wildlife: brent geese, little egrets, spoonbills, marsh harriers and more.
Serving hot and cold drinks, cakes, sandwiches, crisps and snacks. Outdoor picnic bench seating available.
From seal trips to walks along the North Norfolk coast and picnic spots, here's what you need to know about a family visit to Morston Quay.
The best way to get up close and personal with the wildlife on Blakeney Point is to book onto one of the locally operated ferry trips departing from Morston Quay.
Enjoy Norfolk’s vast open landscape and big skies as you canoe, kayak or paddle board through pristine salt marshes and enjoy the wildlife from a safe distance.
Morston Quay is situated just within the shelter of Blakeney Point. The point forms a wonderful backdrop to the quay area, with it's salt marshes in the foreground. Perfect for keen bird watchers, who might just catch a glimpse of brent geese, little egrets, spoonbills, marsh harriers and many more. Take a trip with one of the boat operators to see the seals on Blakeney Point.
On site is a visitor centre for walking trails and information. The café serves take away hot and cold drinks, cakes, sandwiches, crisps and snacks. With outdoors seating available, you can relax and watch the world go by.