National Centre for Birds of Prey

Address

Duncombe Park
Helmsley
North Yorkshire
YO62 5EB

Contact

08447 422 035

Details

The National Centre for Birds of Prey is the largest collection of these amazing birds in the north of England. A huge collection of owls, eagles, falcons, hawks, vultures and more are housed in spacious aviaries on our 12 acre site.

We fly a team of trained birds for our visitors every single day. We even have an indoor area for use on wet days. Bring your camera!

Admission to the centre includes admission into the surrounding 300 acres of parkland with a number of marked trails to follow. 

Picnic tables are provided and the parking is free.

Open 7 days a week from 1st February until 24th December, more details can be found at www.ncbp.co.uk

 

Facilities

  • Baby changing facilities
  • Coach parties welcomed
  • Conference facilities
  • Credit/Debit Cards Accepted
  • Disabled facilities
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Free parkingFree parking
  • Garden
  • High chairs available
  • On-site refreshmentsOn-site refreshments
  • Sight impaired access
  • ToiletsToilets
  • Wheelchair accessWheelchair access

Events

Winter Owl Evenings 10/02/2018

Location of National Centre for Birds of Prey, Helmsley

Directions

Head to Helmsley and follow the brown signs to "Duncombe Park"

Sat Nav postcode is YO62 5EB - make sure it brings you via Helmsley. Whatever your satnav tells you - we are NOT down a farm track!

Public Transport Directions

Nearest train station is Malton about 15 mile(s) away.

The nearest bus stop is in Helmsley market place about 10 minutes walk away


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National Centre for Birds of Prey

Address

Duncombe Park
Ampleforth
North Yorkshire
YO62 5EB

Contact

08447 422 035

Details

The National Centre for Birds of Prey is the largest collection of these amazing birds in the north of England. A huge collection of owls, eagles, falcons, hawks, vultures and more are housed in spacious aviaries on our 12 acre site.

We fly a team of trained birds for our visitors every single day. We even have an indoor area for use on wet days. Bring your camera!

Admission to the centre includes admission into the surrounding 300 acres of parkland with a number of marked trails to follow. 

Picnic tables are provided and the parking is free.

Open 7 days a week from 1st February until 24th December, more details can be found at www.ncbp.co.uk

 

Ticketing and entry prices for National Centre for Birds of Prey

Type Cost
Adult
(Adults)
£9.00
per person
Child
(Child 4-16 years old)
£6.50
per person
Free
(UNder 4s)
£0.00
per person
Concession
(Seniors)
£8.00
per person
Family
(Family (2 adults,2 children))
£27.00
per visit

Facilities

  • Baby changing facilities
  • Coach parties welcomed
  • Conference facilities
  • Credit/Debit Cards Accepted
  • Disabled facilities
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Free parkingFree parking
  • Garden
  • High chairs available
  • On-site refreshmentsOn-site refreshments
  • Sight impaired access
  • ToiletsToilets
  • Wheelchair accessWheelchair access

Location of National Centre for Birds of Prey, Ampleforth

Directions

Head to Helmsley and follow the brown signs to "Duncombe Park"

Sat Nav postcode is YO62 5EB - make sure it brings you via Helmsley. Whatever your satnav tells you - we are NOT down a farm track!

Public Transport Directions

Nearest train station is Malton about 15 mile(s) away.

The nearest bus stop is in Helmsley market place about 10 minutes walk away

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