Great white egrets
Great white egrets by Neil Braisher


What's coming up at Titchfield Haven

Find out more about what's going on at Titchfield
Children looking at boats

Group visits

We welcome groups of children or adults looking for an enjoyable and educational day out at the reserve.

Find out more about group visits

More to do nearby

Enhance your day out with us by exploring more the area has to offer

Natural beauty

Explore the stunning scenery near to Titchfield Haven. 

  • Hill Head beach - 5 min walk from reception
    A shingle beach popular for watersports including sailing, kitesurfing and windsurfing.
  • Brownwich cliffs –  20 – 25 min walk
  • Meon Shore – 3 min drive / 10 min walk  

Nearby walks

Bird watching

  • Hook with Warsash Nature Reserve - 16 min drive
    Hook with Warsash is an abundant winter-feeding ground for wading birds and wildfowl, including roosting turnstones and breeding pairs of ringed plovers, linnets, meadow pipits and skylarks. The best time to see these birds is 2½ hours before high tide. Sea kale, sea beet and yellow-horned poppies also grow in shingle zones.

History and heritage

  • Titchfield Abbey – 11 min drive
    This medieval abbey was founded in 1222 for priests who were part of the Premonstratensian canons.
  • Fort Brockhurst – 14 min drive
    A fort built in the 1850s-1860s to protect Portsmouth harbour against French invasion.
  • Portchester Castle – 24 min drive
    Portchester Castle overlooks Portsmouth Harbour and has been a Roman fortress, a Norman stronghold and even, during the Napoleonic Wars, a prisoner of war camp.


  • The Hovercraft Museum – 7 min drive
    Explore the exhibits and collections of over 60 hovercraft.
  • The Diving Museum – 13min drive
    Peruse a wide range of diving equipment from present day and years past, including diving bells, chambers, and atmospheric diving suits.