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National Centre for Birds of Prey at Duncombe Park

Helmsley

The National Centre for Birds of Prey at Duncombe Park is the largest collection of birds of prey in the north of England.

Features

Largest Birds of Prey collection in North of England

From tiny Owls to enormous Eagles

Three daily flying demonstrations with different birds being flown each time

Facilities

Season Tickets available

Tearoom offering excellent snacks and home cooked food. View the blackboard with daily specials.

Set amongst 10 acres of veteran oaks and rolling parkland next to the main house it houses around 100 eagles, vultures, owls, falcons and hawks. Birds range in size from the tiny Burrowing Owls up the gigantic Steller's Sea Eagles.

We fly the birds in 3 daily flying demonstrations - please see our website for summer and winter flying times. Different birds are used in each demo; make sure you bring your camera, they are sure to be the highlight of your visit.

The Owl House Cafe serves delicious home cooked food and snacks. The blackboard shows the daily specials.

Open from 1st February until 24th December. 10am until 5.30pm (or dusk if earlier).

Adults £9
Children £6.50
Family £27

Season tickets are available

Allow at least 2-3 hours for your visit.

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