£17 per person.
The centre was first opened to the public on May 25th 1967 as a family business by Philip Glasier, a very well-known falconer of his time. It was the only dedicated bird of prey centre in the UK at the time and just one of two in the world at that time, the other being in Germany. Today with more than 250 incredible birds of prey it’s the UK’s biggest bird of prey centre, with 12 acres of enclosures, glorious gardens, field and woods to explore. It also has a lovely café for light lunches and drinks as well as spectacular flying displays throughout the day. ENTRY: £12 Concessions & £10 Adults. (£1 discount on both prices for 10 or more passengers)