Baytree Owl and Wildlife Centre - Best Price Tickets

Baytree Owl and Wildlife Centre - Best Price Tickets

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This great day out for families in Lincolnshire is a 'hoot' for visitors of all ages!

Located just 10 minutes outside the quaint market town of Spalding, Lincolnshire, Baytree Owl and Wildlife Centre is a true gem that offers a unique experience for visitors of all ages. Home to a diverse range of species, it’s a must-visit for animal lovers and bird of prey-enthusiasts alike.

As soon as you step foot inside the centre, you are greeted by a flurry of feathered friends. From the majestic snowy owl to the tiny barn owl, each bird is as fascinating as the next.

But owls aren't the only stars of the show at Baytree Owl and Wildlife Centre. There are also birds of prey such as eagles, hawks, vultures, falcons, kestrels and kites, as well as a few other surprises including kookaburras, ravens, rollers and more.

One of the highlights of the centre are the flying demonstrations. Watch in awe as the centre’s varied team of demonstration birds perform alongside entertaining and engaging commentary from the falconry team. With both indoor and outdoor flying arenas, you’ll be guaranteed a great show whatever the weather!

But the fun doesn't stop there. Baytree Owl and Wildlife Centre is located within the award-winning Baytree Garden Centre site. Not only will you discover a wealth of departments to explore, you'll also find a restaurant and a variety of other stores and amenities to help you really make a day of your visit.

Get your tickets to the Baytree Owl and Wildlife Centre in Spalding, Lincolnshire today and get ready for some feathered fun on your day out with the family!

Lincolnshire
PE12 6JU

How to find us

By car

Via the A16

For most travelling from the north (Boston), west (Grantham/Sleaford) or south (Peterborough), we advise joining the A16 and follow the signs for Spalding.

On your approach to the roundabout near Springfields Outlet Shopping and Festival Gardens you should start to see brown signs leading to "Owl Centre" or "Baytree". Enter this roundabout and turn off by the McDonald's to join the A151 (Holbeach Road leading to High Road). 

Continue along the A151 for about 1 mile, following the brown signs if necessary, and go straight over the next roundabout past the Fun Farm on your left. Carry on over the next mini roundabout and then immediately turn left into Baytree Garden Centre.

Via the A17

These directions are applicable for those travelling from the east (King's Lynn), or those travelling from the north/west who opt to keep to the A17 after the Sutterton roundabout.

You should follow the signs for Spalding until you reach the roundabout on the site of the old Peppermint Junction (between Moulton Seas End and Holbeach). Exit onto the A151 and continue for about 1 mile until you reach another roundabout, taking the third exit.

Keep on this road for 3.5 miles, then turn left after the brown sign for Wimberley Hall Farm into Weston. After another mile, you should see Baytree Garden Centre on your right, with a brown sign pointing to the entrance.

By bus 

The InterConnect 505 bus service between Spalding and King’s Lynn makes a stop immediately outside Baytree Garden Centre, on High Road.

​By train

You can connect to the above bus service after departing from Spalding Train Station. The bus station is a short distance away.

  • Gift shop

The following facilities are provided by Baytree Garden Centre:

  • Restaurant/Coffee Lounge
  • Free Parking
  • Toilets
  • Outdoor play
  • Free wheelchair hire
  • Unfortunately, dogs are not permitted inside Baytree Owl and Wildlife Centre (including guide and assistance dogs.) However, they are welcome within the Baytree Garden Centre site

  • Flying demonstration available seasonally between April and October (showing 1:30pm weekends, plus every day during Lincolnshire school holidays)

  • All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult (aged 16+)

  • To qualify for student discount, a valid form of ID must be shown (e.g. NUS/TOTUM card)

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