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Evening Owls

Selected evenings throughout Spring and Autumn 2023

Doors open 5.45pm | Flying display commences 7pm

This spring, join us for a special evening with our owls! As night falls, you’ll experience our mystical owls and witness their graceful, silent flights in and out of the darkness over our Savannah Arena and amongst mysterious woodland.

Before the flying displays, there will be chance to have sumptuous dinner in Feathers Restaurant and explore parts of our grounds to meet some of the other owls in our care, where we’ll give you an insight to some of the conservation and research projects that we undertake with British owls.

Feathers Restaurant will be serving a delicious menu to keep you feeling warm throughout the evening. From hearty meals, to tempting treats and cosy coffees, complete your evening out with some delicious food and drink before meeting our owls!

The evening will include two different flying displays in our Woodland and Savannah Arenas. These evenings are very popular, so book early. Come along wrapped up warm, and step out into the darkness with our owls.

  • Although lighting is provided, we recommend bringing along a small torch, but do ask that you don’t shine it directly into any aviaries or during the flying displays.
  • The Trust reserves the right to vary the content and format of any event, without notice, if necessary.
  • Terms and conditions apply.

Tickets: £19.95

Enjoy a delicious dinner at Feathers Restaurant

From 5.45pm, Feathers Restaurant will be open serving a delicious menu to keep you feeling warm throughout the evening. Why not pop in before you explore our grounds and fill up on a tasty baguettes, with a variety of fillings for you to choose from. Enjoy classic meals from delicious toasty jacket potatoes, to ham, egg and chips or a warming bowl of chilli? There’s even something for the little ones, with all their favourites on the kids menu including pasta, chicken nuggets, and sausages.

If you have any specific dietary requirements, please contact us on 01264 773850 in advance so that we can arrange an alternative selection.

Other useful information about this event

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 within our grounds. This event will be held outside so please come dressed for the weather.

Did you know?
Ancient Egyptians had two vulture goddesses, Nekhbet and Mut, and both are of great antiquity (c. 6000 years old).
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