International Centre for Birds of Prey
- Babies & Toddlers (0-3)
- Young Children (4-8)
- Older Children (9-12)
- Teenagers (13-18)
- Big Kids (19+)
About International Centre for Birds of Prey:
For a great family day out in beautiful surroundings and the opportunity to see spectacular flying demonstrations, it’s a visit not to be missed. Come and visit the oldest dedicated birds of prey centre in the world and meet over 200 birds that live here, from the smallest burrowing owls and pygmy falcons to the largest eagles and condors.
You can also get hands on and book special Experience Days as a gift to yourself or others where you get the opportunity to handle and fly all sorts of birds of prey and owls – a memory to cherish.
Book now for our ever popular Winter Owl Evenings – a wonderful and magical evening filled with owls swooping through the dark, a torchlight tour, hot food and mulled wine. Why not sponsor your own bird, or become a member?
Visit as often as you like knowing you are supporting the fabulous conservation work we do.
Rated as the top attraction in Gloucestershire by TripAdvisor, we are open every single day from 10.30am (Feb 1st to Nov 30th) – come and visit for:
- 3 x Spectacular flying demonstrations every day
- Beautiful, extensive and mature gardens
- Unique Birthday parties and special events venue
- Fantastic photography opportunities
- Picnic spots and play area
- Cafe and gift shop
- Large free car park
- Restaurant onsite
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Baby changing facility
- Disabled toilet
- Free parking onsite
- Pushchair friendly
- Snacks available
International Centre for Birds of Prey, Boulsdon House, Newent, Gloucestershire, GL18 1JJ
- Tel: 01531 820286
- Email: email@example.com
Web Address: www.icbp.org
- Open every day, from 10.30am – 5.30pm from February 1st to November 30th
- Pricing: From £7 per child, £10.90 per adult.
- Concessions available. Discount for booking online.
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