National Centre for Birds of Prey
Set in the ancient woodlands of Duncombe Park, the centre houses the largest collections of birds of prey in the north of England with daily flying displays and winter owl evenings.
What makes it special
- Birds of prey flying
7 days a week (including Bank Holidays and weekends) from 26th January until 24 December.
10am – 5.30pm (or dusk if earlier)
FLYING DEMO TIMES
All year: 11.30am & 2.00pm
From 24 March – 31 October: also 4.15pm
|Family (2 + 2)||£27.00|
(as of start 2019)
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