Cotswold Falconry Centre
Wildlife & Gardens Experience
Opened in 1988 with the aim of showcasing the ancient art of falconry and educating people on birds of prey, Cotswold Falconry Centre is more than just a flying visit. Enjoy flying displays from over 130 birds of 60 different species, visit the breeding aviaries to learn about endangered species, and also discover the native birds to the Cotswolds so you can better spot them out on your walks. You can even adopt a certain bird of prey with regular updates communicated to you after your visit.
To note: Dogs are not allowed in the Falconry Centre. The Centre is almost entirely accessible by wheelchair and pushchair.