In case of rain the shows can be presented indoors.
Established in 1999 as an institution for research on birds of prey, it opened to the public in 2003. Only a few years later it is one of the major tourist attractions in the northern part of Ireland. Thousands of visitors flock to see the spectacular shows with free flying Eagles, Hawks, Falcons, Vultures and Owls of different species.
• attractive for all people who enjoy good entertainment – not only “bird people”. Suitable for all ages and interests.
• unique, as visitors will be very close to Birds of Prey
• all weather suitable
• fully wheelchair accessible
• easily accessed even by coaches - only 3,5 km off the N17