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Bridlington Birds of Prey & Animal Park Tours

Bridlington Birds of Prey & Animal Park
The family-owned Bridlington Birds of Prey and Animal Park brings together endangered animals across different habitat zones. You can find everything from alpacas and raccoons to owls and meerkats, as well as many birds of prey; exhibits sit alongside educational exhibits and hands-on experiences.
 
The Basics
Bridlington Birds of Prey and Animal Park offers an action-packed daily programme of talks and activities: feed an emu, wallaby or raccoon; handle a lizard or owl; and watch a birds of prey flight display. Don’t waste time lining up for admission tickets on the day either; instead, buy your ticket in advance and spend more time enjoying the animals or upgrade for meet-and-greet opportunities with the park keepers.
 
Things to Know Before You Go
  • Families with young children and animal lovers will love Bridlington Birds of Prey and Animal Park.
  • British weather is unpredictable—take a raincoat and umbrella in case of rain.
  • Bridlington Birds of Prey and Animal Park is not fully wheelchair or stroller accessible.
 
How to Get There

Bridlington Birds of Prey and Animal Park is easiest to reach by private vehicle. Drivers should take the A164 or A165 roads to Bridlington, before following the Animal Park signage. Alternatively, take the train to Bridlington station and grab a taxi to the park.
 
When to Get There

Bridlington Birds of Prey and Animal Park is open daily from 10am to 5pm, except Christmas Day. Last entry is at 4.30pm, and all animal activities finish at 3.30pm, so get there early if you want to make the most of your visit. School holidays and weekends are busiest so try to visit midweek to beat the crowds.
 
Other Attractions in Bridlington
After a day at the Bridlington Birds of Prey and Animal Park, extend your stay in this traditional seaside town and see more of what Bridlington has to offer. History and architecture buffs will appreciate the Priory and pre-Roman harbor, while families can explore the quaint Bondville Model Village or ride the Bridlington Pirate Ship.
Address: Carnaby Covert La, Bridlington, Yorkshire YO15 3QF, England
Admission: Varies
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Located in East Yorkshire, Bridlington Birds of Prey and Animal Park is home to dozens of exotic bird species and birds of prey, as well as animals ranging from meerkats and alpacas to iguanas and wallabies. Book your tickets in advance, and you’ll have access to the park’s 21 acres of habitat zones; can attend daily feedings, displays, and other educational presentations; and can even upgrade to have park keeper-guided meet-and-greet opportunities with the animals.
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Should I book Bridlington Birds of Prey & Animal Park tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Bridlington Birds of Prey & Animal Park can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 0 Bridlington Birds of Prey & Animal Park tickets and tours on Viator.
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Bridlington Birds of Prey & Animal Park costs USD 9.60. Guided Bridlington Birds of Prey & Animal Park tours start around USD 9.60 per person. See all 0 Bridlington Birds of Prey & Animal Park tickets and tours on Viator.
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