Flitwick Moor & Folly Wood

4.74 Votes
  • Address: Flitwick, Bedford MK45 5AP, UK, Godmanchester, United Kingdom
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  • Phone: +44-1234364213
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Nature

The unmatched beauty of the Flitwick Moor & Folly Wood is stunning, and you can enjoy a holiday here with your loved ones. This overtly panoramic wetland started serving as a nature reserve since the river 1960. Currently, not only as a nurture preserve, but as an ideal spot for scientific research also, the place serves. The meadows of this place are full of trees like birch, alder woods and oak. In the midst of areas filled with cotton grass, you can spot many unknown colorful flowers. Tourists can see many grasshoppers and birds in the whole of Flitwick Moor & Folly Wood.

How to Reach Flitwick Moor & Folly Wood

  • Buses 6B, 4, 42, 5, 7 to stop - Moor Lane
  • Buses 5, 6B, 1, 200, 5, 4 to stop - Joes Close

  • Flitwick Moor & Folly Wood Address: Flitwick, Bedford MK45 5AP, UK, Godmanchester, United Kingdom
  • Flitwick Moor & Folly Wood Contact Number: +44-1234364213
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  • 26.67% of people who visit Godmanchester include Flitwick Moor & Folly Wood in their plan

  • 66.67% of people start their Flitwick Moor & Folly Wood visit around 09 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Flitwick Moor & Folly Wood

Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Flitwick Moor & Folly Wood

People normally club together Priory Park and Fulbourn Fen while planning their visit to Flitwick Moor & Folly Wood.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Flitwick Moor & Folly Wood Reviews & Ratings

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  • Lovely outdoor natural Moorland. Plethora of birds and insects seen the occasional grass snake. A good source of sloe berries and blackberries in season. Ideal for nature rambles or just family or dog walks.

  • Lovely place for a walk, dog loves it here. Usually very quiet. Can get muddy so wear suitable shoes in wet weather.

  • Can still manage to take the dog for a long walk with a 6 month old in a buggy! Beautiful, peaceful place.

  • Quite and relaxing.

  • The history about the iron in the water which was sort after in Victorian Times. Flitwick's own "Irn Brew" not recommended for drinking now.

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