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Fun for all the family…

The beautiful cathedral gardens now play host to one of the most amazing aerial displays imaginable.

This family friendly attraction gives you the chance to see some of the most spectacular birds of prey, right up close, in the heart of the city and learn all about birds, reptiles, bugs and more!

Owls, falcons, hawks and one incredibly mischievous vulture called Tinks, call our falconry home. Our expert falconers are always on hand to talk about any aspect of the birds and their habitats

We’re open seven days a week…

From daily flying displays to children’s nature trails and a look at the other wildlife in the centre, there is plenty to keep all of the family entertained!

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Opening Times:

APRIL – OCTOBER

Open 7 days | 10am – 5pm

NOVEMBER – MARCH

Open 7 days | 10am – 4pm

DAILY FLYING DISPLAYS – PLEASE CALL FOR DAILY TIMES (01244) 699053

Open all year round except Christmas day, Boxing Day and New Years Day

Spend the day with us..

Tickets

The site entrance fee allows you to explore the centre and the nature gardens, visit the birds of prey and reptiles and watch our daily outdoor flying displays.

You can even leave the centre, explore Chester and return for more fun all in the same day!

Adults: £4    |    Children: £3   |  

Family ticket (2 adults, 3 children) £14.00

Annual Pass

Adult: £25    |    Children: £20    |    Family £70

 

 

 

How to find us:

The entrance to the centre is adjacent to the Roman Wall, off Abbey street.

On foot

via various routes from Northgate Street, through Abbey Square and onto Abbey street or from the city walls adjacent to the cathedral.

By bus

All buses to Chester, including the ‘Park and Ride’ services, stop within five minutes of the Chester Cathedral complex and falconry centre.

By train

The centre is only a 15 minute walk from Chester Railway station

Parking

The nearest car parking can be found at Princess Street and Gorse Stacks – both of which are free after 3.00pm.

Disabled parking is available on St Werburgh Street and in the Kale Yard car park on Frodsham Street

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Get in touch!

Tommy McNally or Sophie Pegg on 01244 699053

info@cathedralfalconry.co.uk

twitter@chesterfalconry