Your visit: What to see

Harris's Hawk standing on a sign post
The park will close between Wednesday 4 January and Friday 3 February 2017. The shop and Feathers Restaurant will remain open.

Your day out at the Trust is packed full of things to do and see!

From our spectacular daily flying demonstrations, which take place in three different flying arenas, and introduce you to different species of birds of prey, to walks in our magnificent wildflower meadow – we hope that you will find something in your day that will entertain, inform and inspire you.

Summer Daily Timetable

Saturday 6 February — Sunday 30 October 2016
  • 10.00am Grounds open to visitors
  • 11.00am Vulture Restaurant and keeper’s talk at the Vulture Aviary
  • 11.30am World of Birds of Prey flying demonstration in the Savannah Arena
                       (February Easter and October)
  • 11.30am Wings of Africa flying demonstration in the Savannah Arena
                       (April - September)
  • 2.00pm Valley of the Eagles flying demonstration in Reg's Wildflower Meadow
  • 3.00pm Opportunity for adults to fly a Harris's Hawk at the Hawk Flying Arena
  • 3.45pm NEW Woodland Owls, a truly mystical experience in the Silver Birch Glade Arena
                       (from Easter 2016)
  • 4.45pm Heron and Wild Raptor feed at the Hides by Reg's Wildflower Meadow
  • 5.30pm Grounds close

Winter Daily Timetable

Monday 31 October 2016 — Tuesday 3 January 2017
  • 10.00am Grounds open to visitors
  • 11.00am Vulture Restaurant and keeper's talk at the Vulture Aviary
  • 11.30am World of Birds of Prey flying demonstration in the Savannah Arena
  • 2.00pm Raptors of the North flying demonstrations in the Savannah Arena
  • 3.00pm Opportunity for adults to fly a Harris's Hawk at the Hawk Flying Arena
  • 3.30pm Heron and Wild Raptor feed and opportunity to meet a British bird of prey
                   at the hides by Reg's Wildflower Meadow.
  • 4.30pm Grounds close

Times and activities may vary – please see information boards located in the park.

We also have an adventure playground and extra activities during school holidays and weekends, which may include pond-dipping, duck racing, tractor rides, raptor trail, and ferret racing.

We would like to advise visitors that we have a natural countryside setting and sensible footwear and appropriate clothing for outdoors are recommended. Most walkways are laid paths; however you may find some natural unevenness in the other areas within our grounds.

Did you know?

Gymnogenes have very flexible intertarsal leg joints. This means they can move their lower leg forwards, backwards and sideways.

Customer comments

We really enjoyed our visit to you this week. It was the last day of the school holidays and my sons 14th birthday.
Jill Whale

More

Corporate Supporters
Our Awards

Website content ©Hawk Conservancy Trust 2011 - 2016 | Registered charity no. 1092349