Set within 22 acres of stunning countryside, the Hawk Conservancy Trust is an award-winning visitor attraction which is open every day* and offers a full day out for all ages. Arrive early and be sure to see our world-class flying displays throughout the day, and many other activities in between.
*Except during most of January, Christmas Day and Boxing Day
Following the most recent Government lifting of COVID-19 restrictions, we have thoroughly reviewed the measures we have in place at the Hawk Conservancy Trust. Please read this important information about visiting the Trust before you book.
Pre-booking your visit is essential (for members and non-members). To allow for social distancing at the Trust, we must restrict the number of visitors coming to the Trust. Pre-book your tickets now (tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable).
We know the highlight of your day is our flying displays and although we have had to make modifications to the Trust overall, we’re delighted to offer three flying displays along with the following activities:
Please add additional time to make your way to the displays to allow for our team to seat you with adequate distance. We’re unable to offer any other activities at this stage, although this is under constant review and we’re hoping to add more to our daily timetable when we are confident this can be done safely and restrictions allow.
If you have enjoyed a day visit with us then you may be interested to know that it doesn’t have to end there. We offer a fantastic range of experiences, courses and workshops that give you the chance to get closer to and learn more about our birds. We also hold a variety of special evening events and can even attend your group’s function to provide an insightful talk, accompanied by one of our magnificent birds. Or simply enjoy our birds from the comfort of your own home with behind-the-scenes films on our Hawk TV.
Unfortunately dogs are not permitted into the park, except for assistance dogs.