Find our bird of prey visitor attraction

Our address is Hawk Conservancy Trust, Visitor Centre, Weyhill, Andover, Hampshire, SP11 8DY

Arriving by car

We are situated four miles west of Andover, Hampshire, just off the A303 and 20 minutes from Stonehenge. From the A303, follow the brown tourist signs.

We offer ample free parking and have designated disabled parking close to the entrance of the park.

Arriving by public transport

The nearest train stations are Grateley Village (4.5 miles) or Andover Town (4.2 miles). The nearest major bus station is in Andover (4.7 miles).

What 3 words

You can find us using what3words by entering the following words:

Turn off of Sarson Lane at: ///campfires.enter.flipping

Trust Shop entrance at: ///owls.lobster.gratuity

Download the what3words app on ANDROID or IOS

Electric Vehicle Charging Points

We’re delighted to be able to provide 6 load managed* electric vehicle car charging points to help out our visitors travelling to us in electric vehicles. Each charging point has a Type 2 socket and we charge per kw/h plus a £1 start fee. You can view availability, costs and further information using the MONTA app. Download the MONTA app from Apple Store or Google Play.

Whether you spend a day watching our world-class flying displays, take an amble though Reg’s Wildflower Meadow, or simply pop into Feathers Restaurant for a coffee or delicious breakfast or lunch, our beautiful grounds are the perfect spot to spend some time whilst you recharge with us. Find out more about our Conservation & Research work.

* Charge points pods are load managed and dependant on the quantity and configuration of the pod usage; Max 22kw min 7.5kw

Made possible with funding from the Loddon and Test LEADER Programme and European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.

Did you know?
Amur Falcons are one of the world’s longest distance migrants. They travel from South Africa to northern China and fly for 2-3 days non-stop while covering a distance of more than 3000km!
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