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Gauntlet Birds of Prey, Eagle & Vulture Park

Zoos and Wildlife Parks, Outdoor
Profile iconAges 4+
Location iconKnutsford
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Meet some of the world's most amazing flying predators up close at Gauntlet Birds of Prey Eagles and Vulture Park. The park is home to over 180 birds from 50 different species, Gauntlet’s selection of birds of prey is second to none!

Anyone from bird lovers to budding photographers will enjoy a visit to the wildlife park. You can see and learn about vultures, owls, hawks, eagles, falcons to Kites and Owls. There are also have more unusual species such as Caracaras, Red-legged Seriemas, Marabou Storks, and Pelicans. The park is also home to Meerkats, Goats and Polecats. Exciting events take place daily, including flying demonstrations and meet & greets with the feathery residents.

Fancy a break? You can get your caffeine kick at the tea rooms while your kids get busy at the play fortress and sand pit. There are plenty of kid-friendly activities at the park - from goat feeding, to meeting curious Meerkats and a fun passport trail. If you want to pop out for a bit, it’s OK. Once you enter Gauntlet, you’re free to come in and out of the park as many times as you like during the day.

  • Meet the birds of prey & watch flying demonstrations
  • Play area, passport trails & other kid-friendly activities
  • Keep an eye out for special events, photography workshops & parties

Opening hours

General opening hours
Monday to Sunday 11:00 - 17:00

Seasonal opening hours in November - February 
Saturday 11:00 – 16:30
 Sunday 11:00 – 16:30 

Location

Address

Gauntlet Birds of Prey, Manchester Road,
Knutsford,
Cheshire,
WA16 0SX,
England

Phone number

01565 754419

Pricing

General Admission
Adults: £9.50
Kids (3-16): £7.00
Concessions: £8.00
Family from £32.00

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