Bird of Prey Experience for Two in the Cotswolds

Take a look at this Experience available in Moreton in Marsh, Gloucestershire.

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A real chance to get close to Britain’s top predators and witness their speed and skill first-hand. The experience begins with a thorough tour of the aviaries, where you will both get the chance to have a good look at the different species and learn about the rich history of this ancient activity. Then, an experienced bird handler will teach you about best practice when handling a bird of prey, the essentials of falconry to get you both handling birds to become totally comfortable. Next, step up to the plate and put on the falconer’s glove. Fly a bird over Gloucestershire countryside and watch as it returns to your fist. Refreshments are included as well as a falconry display.


Selected Sundays from mid February to October.


The weather shouldn’t affect this experience.

How long does the experience last?

Lasts around three hours.

How many other people?

Up to eight people take part in the specific experience. The display is shared with other visiting members of the public to the centre.

Can I take people to watch?

This experience isn’t suitable for spectators, but for a small charge guests can visit the venue from 10.30am (£10 adults or £5 children), which also includes a falconry display at 11.30am.

What do I wear?

Dress for the outdoors and wear wellies or walking boots, plus a warm coat in winter. If you have a camera or a pair of binoculars, bring them along.

Are there any restrictions?

Minimum age is 15. Disabled customers are welcome (please advise us at point of booking), but unfortunately the experience isn’t suitable for wheelchair users.

Anything Else?

Please note that dogs are not permitted on-site. This venue is one of the largest bird of prey centres in the country, with around 130 fascinating birds on display.

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