Featuring eagles, hawks, falcons, and even a vulture profiled by the BBC, World of Wings offers a large collection of birds of prey. Visitors can view these creatures in close quarters, learning and experiencing their habits, breeds and history. A daily flying demonstration will also take place, showing raptors in full flight and making for a perfect picture opportunity.
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£6 for two people (Up to 48% off)
£11 for four people (Up to 52% off)
£16 for six people (Up to 54% off)
Groupon asks David Ritchie, director at World of Wings, about the birds and guests at the high-flying centre.
G: How are the birds brought to the centre?
“Birds come to be at Wings in one of three ways – some are from other centres, some are born at our centre, and the rest are rescued.”
G: Do you have any favourite birds?
“There are over 60 birds at the centre ranging from the tiniest Little Owl up to our huge African vulture. A third of the birds are rescue birds, so the most recent arrival tends to be the staff favourite.”
G: What kind of visitors do you get?
“We see people of all ages. Visitors range from those with a great knowledge of birds to people who know absolutely nothing about birds but are keen to learn.”
G: And finally, what is your favourite part of working at the centre?
“My favourite part is the wonderful feedback from the visitors. It’s such an amazing and unique experience which leaves people really impressed.”
World of Wings is a high flyer on TripAdvisor with 4.5/5 stars. The majority of its visitors thought it to be an excellent day out for the whole family, with a good amount of interaction with the birds and friendly knowledgeable staff.
Details verified 30/10/2013.
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94% of 317 customers recommend
“Thoroughly enjoyed it I went with my partner and our toddler. It's not a long day out maybe an afternoon or morning. You have a walk round the birds and then go to a...”
“Thoroughly enjoyed it I went with my partner and our toddler. It's not a long day out maybe an afternoon or morning. You have a walk round the birds and then go to a display which is really exciting and informative. For the price it's a great family outing.”
“This was a great place to visit. The bird show at noon was fabulous. We got a great commentary from the bird handler, who really loves his job! It was a nice...”
“This was a great place to visit. The bird show at noon was fabulous. We got a great commentary from the bird handler, who really loves his job! It was a nice outing for our family. After exploring the grounds, we had tea in the cafe, while our kids played on the playground.”
“Interesting day out...impressive birds...lovely staff”