See Birds of Prey up close in magnificent surroundings. See them in the daily flying shows and learn about their survival skills.
The centre is home to a variety of British Birds of Prey & Owls, as well as some unusual species from other parts of the world. There is a chance to see some rare and endangered species. Birds of all sizes, from the "Little Owl", up to our magnificent female "Golden Eagles", Orla and Scout. The focus of the centre is education, from the visiting public, to local nursery and school children. There are opportunities to get really close to all our birds. Falconry Activities (Subject to season and availabiity) and Sponsorship are great ways to become involved with the birds. No-one leaves disappointed.
See these magnificent avian predators in the daily flying shows (see website for details). Learn how they have evolved for survival, and the threats they face on a daily basis.
Due to social distancing requirements, the education cabin is closed to the public. Numbers of visitors on site at any one time will be limited to approximately 60 people. Hand sanitisers are located throughout the centre, and we ask people to abide by the latest social distancing guidelines.
Open all year, except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day. From 2nd week in November through January, the Bird of Prey Centre will be closed to the public on weekdays. Exception is the School holiday period over Christmas. During this period, Saturday & Sunday opening times are 10.00 - 16.00.
Children under 3 - Free; Children £4.00; Concession £6.00; Adults £8.00. One child free with each family. Discount for pre-booked groups of 10 and more. Season Tickets are available and are valid for 12 months.
Wheelchair access; guided tour. Do watch our videos and read our reviews on TripAdvisor.