Important Information

Pre-booking advised

Pre-booking your visit is advised (for members and non-members) if you would like to guarantee your visit for a chosen date.

Based on customer feedback, we have chosen to keep a capacity limit in place to provide a little extra space for all.

It is possible to visit without pre-booking and pay at reception on arrival, subject to spaces being available.

If we are fully booked, we will not be able to let you come in.  The availability of visits for non-prebooked tickets is shown on the Hawk Conservancy Trust website for each day.  Please check for availability before visiting.

Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.



If you need to make a booking that includes a carer ticket, please call our team on 01264 773850 to book your visits. Carer tickets cannot be booked online.


Tesco Vouchers

Tesco Vouchers – You cannot pre-book to use your exchanged Tesco Clubcard vouchers at the Hawk Conservancy Trust.  Simply bring them with you when you visit. We require all Tesco Clubcard voucher holders to exchange their vouchers for the value of our admission price, including 10% donation.


Daily Timetable

Each day, we run a full timetable of flying displays, talks and activities to suit everyone. This timetable changes according to the time of year so there is always a reason to come back for you to see something different.

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Feathers Restaurant

Feathers Restaurant is the perfect pit-stop during your visit to the Hawk Conservancy Trust. Our 120-seat restaurant is open everyday serving up a delicious selection of hot and cold meals and refreshments. Enjoy hearty cooked breakfasts, children’s lunch boxes, and tempting coffees alongside beautiful views of our stunning woodlands.

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Meet the Burrowers VIP Encounter

Make your visit to the Hawk Conservancy Trust even more special with our Meet the Burrowers VIP Encounter! Step into the Burrow and meet some of our cheekiest feathered friends as they fly between you – they may even use you as a perch!

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Did you know?
Most birds of prey have a third eyelid which acts a bit like a windscreen wiper for their eyes.
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