Wrabness, Essex

Wrabness tide times



February 2024

Wrabness tide times

Date High tide High tide
Fri23 11:433.8m
Sat24 00:023.8m 12:183.8m
Sun25 00:353.9m 12:503.9m
Mon26 01:054.0m 13:213.9m
Tue27 01:354.0m 13:523.9m
Wed28 02:044.0m 14:213.8m
Thu29 02:333.9m 14:493.7m


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Things to see and do near Wrabness

If you're planning a visit to Wrabness, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Visit the Wildlife Reserve – Wrabness boasts a stunning wildlife reserve, with a wide variety of species to observe. From wading birds to butterflies, it's the perfect place to experience nature.
  • Visit St Mary's Church – This beautiful and historic church stands proudly in the centre of Wrabness. It was originally built in the 13th century, and is a great place to admire the architecture.
  • Go Cycling – There are some great routes for cyclists to take advantage of in and around Wrabness. From easy-going rides along the river, to more challenging mountain bike trails, it's the perfect place to get active.
  • Check Out the Local Art Scene – Wrabness is home to some great local art galleries and exhibitions. From vibrant paintings to unique sculptures, there's something to inspire everyone.
  • Explore Wrabness Woods – A tranquil woodland with a variety of wildlife, Wrabness Woods is a great place to explore. There are a number of trails and paths to follow, and it's the perfect place to take a break.
  • Enjoy a Day at the Beach – Just a few miles away from Wrabness is the beautiful hamlet of Harwich. Here you can enjoy a day of beachcombing, swimming or simply relaxing in the sun.
  • Go Birdwatching – With a wide variety of species in the area, Wrabness is a great place to go birdwatching. From ducks and geese to wading birds, it's the perfect place to spot some feathered friends.
  • Take a Trip to the White Horse of Wrabness – This iconic landmark is a must-see when visiting Wrabness. The white horse stands proud on the hillside and is a great spot for some stunning views.
  • Visit the Wrabness Windmill – This 18th century windmill was built in 1788 and still stands proudly in the countryside. It is a great location for a picnic or a leisurely stroll.
  • Go for a Walk Along the River – There are some wonderful riverside paths to explore in and around Wrabness. From peaceful meanders along the banks to more challenging routes, it's the perfect way to get some fresh air.
  • Visit the Local Farm – Wrabness is home to a great local farm, which is open to visitors. Here you can meet the animals, watch the farmers in action and even pick your own produce.
  • Go Fishing – Wrabness has some great spots for fishing, with plenty of species to be caught. Whether you're a beginner or an expert, there's something for everyone.
  • Visit the Local Pub – The local pub is a great place to sample the local beers and ales, and catch up with the locals. It's the perfect spot to relax after a busy day.
  • Spend a Day at the Museum – The Wrabness Museum is a great place to learn about the history of the area. It's packed with interesting artefacts and is a great place to spend a few hours.
  • Stop for Tea – Wrabness is home to some great tea rooms and cafés, where you can enjoy a traditional afternoon tea. From delicious cakes to mouth-watering scones, it's the perfect way to end a day of exploration.

There are many things to see and do near Wrabness. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!