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International Centre for Birds of Prey
Newent
Gloucestershire

GL18 1JJ | View map
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Bring the family and experience the wonderful world of falconry.
A variety of birds of prey to be seen flying at the spectacular daily demonstrations.
Café, Gift Shop, Education Room, Woodland Walk, Beautiful Gardens, Picnic Areas, Good access for the disabled.
Special Evening Events and Experience Days and Courses.
Open Daily form 1st Feb to 31 Oct 10.30 to 5.30 with 3 flying demonstration times per day. Please put hyperlink to the ICBP website for admission charges as they will be changing in due course, and this will ensure prospective visitors have the correct information.

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Nearest Train Station: Gloucester
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Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Café, refreshments and ice cream pavilion

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