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WWF Experience and Tours

The WWF Experience

Featuring four interactive zones, the WWF Experience is an exciting exhibition that brings to life the secrets of the natural world, and the threats it faces.

Each zone focuses on one key theme: forests, rivers, oceans and wildlife. Explore the touch screens and find out more about each diverse natural environment. Learn about WWF projects around the world and the personal stories of the people involved.

Wheelchair users looking at the screens in the WWF Experience

Featuring fascinating films from the wild, enhanced by a soundtrack by award-winning BBC composer William Goodchild, each zone allows you to immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of nature.
 
Screens around the Experience also provide information about how the building was built, as well as real-time information about its environmental performance.

Based in the centre of Woking, we're easy to get to and are open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm, so come and visit us for a fun, interactive and educational experience.

Take on the treasure hunt

Child enjoying the treasure hunt in the WWF Experience at the Living Planet Centre

Think you know the tallest animal? What about the fastest animal? Families can test their knowledge as they take on our exciting treasure hunt around the WWF Expereince. Find the answers to each of the questions as you explore the different wild zones!


Tours of the Living Planet Centre

The Living Planet Centre is a multi award-winning building at the forefront of sustainable design and construction.

In May 2014 the Living Planet Centre achieved the award of BREEAM Outstanding, confirming its place as one of the greenest buildings in the UK. In July 2015 it was awarded with a RIBA National Award, recognising its architectural significance too.
 
Booking a tour of the building will give you behind-the-scenes access to WWF's UK headquarters. You will find out all about the story of the Living Planet Centre, how we work and how, through the smart use of design, materials and technology, we have created a state-of-the-art building with minimal environmental impact.

Working in the Living Planet Centre © Richard Stonehouse / WWF








When?

Public tours take place every other Friday at 10am. Check availability.

Who?
Our Friday tours are suitable for individuals or small groups. Tours are aimed at adults, but children are welcome.

How long?
Tours take around 30 minutes and questions are welcome throughout.

How much?
The suggested donation for tours is £3. We recommend booking in advance to avoid disappointment as spaces are limited to 15 people per tour.

Group tours
Want to come along with your group or colleagues? Our bespoke tours for groups of 10 or more can be arranged at a time to suit you. These take between 30-45 minutes. Please click on the booking button below to book.

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What's on in Woking?

There's plenty to see and do in Surrey. Find out what else is on during your visit.

How to get here

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