Cotswold Falconry Centre (Worcestershire) Reviews
Description:Situated in Batsford Park, just one mile from the market town of Moreton-in-Marsh, in the beautiful north Cotswold ... more
Newest Review: ... and further aviaries at the bottom of the paddock. There is a varied collection of birds of prey, ranging from the much loved barn owl through to golden eagles and ruppells vultures. The centre also has a lovely collection of caracaras, some of which I had never seen before (which is always nice to visit a collection and see something out of the ordinary). The centre is bordered on 2 sides ... more
Customer Cotswold Falconry Centre (Worcestershire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 08/09/09 (Very useful, 138 readings)
Birds of prey have always held a fascination for me and having met my husband (who is owl mad) it was inevitable that our mutual love of all things feathered and bearing talons would lead to spending many hours at various birds of prey centres. Numerous times during our travels in the cotswolds we have seen signs for the falconry centre at Batsford and thought we should visit. Finally when we had a spare week, visit we did. The centre shares its carpark with the adjacent arboretum and in fact you can buy combined tickets to both attractions. On this occasion we just bought tickets for the falconry centre and very reasonable the entry was too (£6 for adults, ... Read the complete review
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