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The Raptor Foundation is the perfect day out for families in Cambridgeshire if there's any animal-lovers in the family.
- Adult tickets from only £8.25
- Children's tickets from just £4.95
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Watch birds of prey in action at the Raptor Foundation in Cambridgeshire
Welcome to the captivating world of the Raptor Foundation, where nature's most magnificent birds of prey take centre stage!
Located in Huntingdon in the East of England, within a moderate drive from both London and Birmingham, the Raptor Foundation is a sanctuary for awe-inspiring birds of prey and a haven for avian-enthusiasts who seek to be amazed by their prowess.
Catch a mesmerising bird of prey display
Visitors of all ages can enjoy an educational day out in Cambridgeshire as they learn about the remarkable world of raptors. The passionate team of experts will guide you through their fascinating stories, from their unique characteristics to their vital role in the ecosystem.
Witness the breathtaking flight demonstrations throughout the day, where owls, eagles, falcons and more showcase their natural abilities in a display of sheer artistry. Be enthralled as they swoop and dive, showcasing their speed, agility, and intelligence.
Be sure to check out the other animals that call the site their home and meet adorable meerkats and captivating reptiles.
The site where every visit helps out
By visiting the Raptor Foundation, you're not only supporting the well-being of these magnificent birds but also contributing to their conservation efforts.
Whether you're an avid bird enthusiast, a family looking for a captivating day out in Huntingdon, or someone simply seeking an extraordinary encounter with nature, the Raptor Foundation promises an experience that will leave you in awe and foster a newfound connection with the magnificent world of raptors.
How to find us
The address and postcode of The Raptor Foundation is: The Heath, St. Ives Road, Woodhurst, Cambridgeshire, PE28 3BT
There is ample parking at the attraction, with 75 spaces, six of which are blue badge holder bays. The surface from the car park area to the entrance of the Raptor Foundation is fully paved.
By public transport:
The nearest bus station is in St Ives, which is 3.5 miles / 5.6 km from the Raptor Foundation. The nearest train station is Huntingdon Station. The train station is 8.8 miles / 14.2 km from the Raptor Foundation.
7th August 2023 - 14th October 2023
15th October 2023 - 18th February 2024
- Silent Wings Tearoom
- Gift shop
People also ask:
Is the Raptor Foundation wheelchair-friendly?
- The Raptor Foundation fully accessible for wheelchair users and can cater for anyone with other specific access requirements.
Are dogs allowed at the Raptor Foundation?
- Dogs are not allowed at the Raptor Foundation, with the exception of guide and assistance dogs. Water bowls can be provided upon asking the staff.
What times are the flight demonstrations at the Raptor Foundation?
- In summer, there are three flight demonstrations per day at 12:00pm, 14:00pm and 16:00pm. During winter months, these times are at 12:00pm and 14:00pm. Please note that these times are subject to change due to potential unforeseen circumstances.
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