Membership is the best way to visit, as entry to Wildwood is FREE if you join our charity as a member. See membership for prices and how to join. We have special offers for visitors using alternative transport (bike or public transport), and discounted prices for groups. Look out for current special offers in newspapers and leaflets. 
Half price entry when you travel by bike! 
When you cycle to Wildwood, you can enjoy half price entry to the park, all we ask is that you prove you have made your way to Wildwood by bicycle. Wildwood is only accessible along the A291 which is a very busy road with no cycle paths. Cyclists are very welcome (some of Wildwood's staff cycle every day), but we would advise against children cycling to us. Bikes can be locked up outside the shop, please bring a lock to secure your bike. We are working with the Canterbury City Council and The Blean Initiative to make a cycle path that links Canterbury, Whitstable and Herne Bay to Wildwood. 
Group Bookings 
Organisations bringing 10 or more people to visit are eligible for our group booking discount. Group visits start from just £4.25 per person for a minimum of 10 people in a group. Book an activity with the visit and get free places for teachers, helpers and carers. See prices and how to book. Groups bookings work in exactly the same way as teachers book school visits. If you are a beaver scout leader, guide leader, conservation group leader or organiser of a local club or society, you can book activities with one of our tutors or visit the park independently.
Public transport 
Come by public transport, get in half price! We want you to cut your environmental impact and travel by bus. So we are offering 50% off our standard individual tickets to those who come to Wildwood by bus or train. A valid ticket for the day of travel will be required. Wildwood is on the 'Triangle' bus route between Canterbury and Herne Bay, on the A291. You can find out more information about the triangle route at this link. Ask the bus driver for the Wildwood stop. If you have a bus pass, ask your driver for a travel ticket as proof of travel.