Willows Birds of Prey & Wildlife Trail - Best Price Tickets

Willows Birds of Prey & Wildlife Trail - Best Price Tickets

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Welcome to Willow's, a great day out for animal-lovers in Kent

Embark on a fascinating journey through the wildlife trail, where you'll encounter majestic birds of prey up close. Watch in awe as these magnificent creatures soar through the skies and showcase their natural instincts.

Come and visit the each of the mighty birds of prey, from graceful owls to powerful falcons, each bird is captivating in it's own way. You may even see their resident golden eagle soaring overhead!

See animals of all shapes and sizes on an epic wildlife trail, making for one of the best things to do in Kent

But the adventure doesn't stop with the birds of prey. Once you're back on the ground, explore the enchanting wildlife trail, where you'll encounter a diverse range of animals. From curious meerkats to adorable raccoon dogs, there's always a surprise around every corner.

Whether you're a wildlife enthusiast, a family looking for a fun day out, or simply seeking a connection with nature, Willows Birds of Prey and Wildlife Trail will take you for a feather-tastic day out!

Head down to Willows today for a world of bird and animal fun in Kent

Kent
TN14 7LJ

How to find us

By car:

You will be able to find Willows Birds of Prey & Wildlife Trail at Coolings Lifestyle, Main Road, Knockholt, Kent, TN14 7LJ

By bus:

The S32, S34 and TW6 buses have routes that pass near Willows Bird of Prey Centre.

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People also ask:

Can I bring a picnic to the Wildlife Trail?

  • Picnics are allowed, although there is limited space on the trail for picnics. Please make sure to take rubbish with you or use the bins provided.
What happens if it rains?
  • There is some covered space outside, but if showers are forecast you may wish to bring an umbrella, just in case!
Will we be able to feed the animals?
  • All animals enjoy a measured, balanced diet, so whilst some of them (especially the pigs!) may miss the fun of being fed by visitors, they will not go hungry.

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