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York Bird of Prey Centre
York Bird of Prey Centre

York Bird of Prey Centre

Baston Ln, Huby, Yorkshire, YO61 1JB

The Basics

Make the most of York Bird of Prey Centre’s hands-on approach with one of the many daily handling, feeding, or flying experiences. Opportunities to handle the birds under keeper supervision are available twice a day, while flying demonstrations typically take place in the late morning and early afternoon. To save time on the day, book your admission ticket in advance. Keen birders can book special packages such as the Falconry experience or Hawk Walk.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Bird watchers and animal lovers will relish the chance to see birds of prey.

  • York Bird of Prey Centre has a free-to-play mini golf course and onsite café.

  • Indoor flying areas mean you’re guaranteed to see a bird in flight, regardless of the weather.

  • York Bird of Prey Centre is wheelchair and stroller accessible.

  • Dogs are not allowed at York Bird of Prey Centre.

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How to Get There

York Bird of Prey Centre is situated at the Burn Hall Hotel, north of York city center. It’s easily reachable by private vehicle; follow the A19 road before turning onto Baston Lane. Alternatively, catch the number 40 bus to Huby from Exhibition Square in the city center and disembark at the Methodist Church. From there, it’s a 10-minute walk to York Bird of Prey Centre.

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When to Get There

York Bird of Prey Centre opens every day except Tuesday, from 10.30am to 5pm. Arrive in the morning to ensure you catch a bird of prey flying exhibition and visit midweek for the quietest experience. Harry Potter fans should visit in late October for the themed Harry Potter weekend.

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The Best of York

After a day at the York Bird of Prey Centre, extend your stay in the area and visit the historical city of York, a former Viking and Roman stronghold. Travelers short on time can hop on a city bus tour to see the highlights—such as York Minster, York City Walls, and Clifford’s Tower—while those with greater flexibility may wish to take a themed York breweries or ghost tour.

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