The Hawk Conservancy Trust is a full day out for all the family. Get the children outside and immersed in nature. You will witness some of the most spectacular flying displays in the UK, as well as having the opportunity to meet an owl! Children can blow off some steam as they explore the park and take part in the brand new activity trail, the Matt Sewell Owl Prowl. Plus, new playground for 2018. These are just some of the activities that make up the Hawk Conservancy Trust’s full timetable of daily activities.
‘Meet the Burrowers’ in all new immersive aviary at the Hawk Conservancy Trust; NEW from summer 2018. Come face to face with our cute and curious Burrowing Owls or even book on to an extra special experience to get close to the full team of owls!
Don't miss the ‘Wings of Africa' display. See Sacred Ibis fly elegantly alongside owls, vultures and kites; experience the Savannah with the dramatic impact of a bushfire and African rainstorm and the appearance of Meerkats!
During school holidays they offer additional daily activities to keep you and the children entertained at the Trust, including pond dipping, tractor rides and Ferret races.
For those who want to learn more and get closer to the birds, there are Children's Owl Experiences, Young Falconer Experiences and Family Experiences, all of which are held on specific dates and offer an extraordinary memory to cherish forever.
The Hawk Conservancy Trust offers an out-of-the-ordinary venue for a child's birthday, with a range of enjoyable activities and entertainment for a minimum of five children. Each birthday child can help start the duck or ferret race, and will have an owl fly to them with a special birthday message! There is a great menu of party food and party bags, and invitations and a cake can be supplied!
Bring the family to the Hawk Conservancy Trust for a day in the country; to have fun, to learn, to be inspired and to be amazed. Please check the website here, for opening times and daily timetables. The site is fully accessible with Feathers Restaurant and the Trust Shop onsite.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult||£14.95 per ticket|
|Child||£10.45 per ticket|
|Extra Child on a Family Ticket||£9.20 per ticket|
|Family||£46.25 per ticket|
|Senior/Student||£13.20 per ticket|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
|2020 (1 Jan 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)|
* Closed Tuesday 8 January – Friday 8 February 2019.
- Gift Shop
- Accessible to Wheelchair Users
- All Areas Accessible to Disabled Visitors
- Facilities for the Disabled
- Guide Dogs Permitted
- Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
- Ramp/Level Access
- Toilets for Disabled Visitors
- On-Site café/restaurant
- Picnic Site
- Conference facilities
- Event Venue
- Open All Year
- Tea / Coffee Shop
- Wedding Venue
- Approx length of visit - 4-5 hours
- In countryside
- Outdoor Attraction
- Smoking Some Areas
Parking & Transport
- Car parking
- Coach Parking
- On site parking
- Parking (free)
- Maestro accepted
- MasterCard accepted
- Min group size - 15
- Special group rates
- Visa accepted
- Family Fun
Tours and Demonstrations
- Demonstrations Given
- Educational Visits Accepted
- Guided Tours Available for Groups
Travel & Trade
- Free accommodation for coach driver
- Wi-fi available
- Groups Accepted
Map & Directions
The Hawk Conservancy Trust is situated four miles west of Andover, Hampshire, just off the A303. Follow the brown tourism signs from the A303. The Trust has ample parking and designated disabled spaces close to the entrance. If you are using a satellite navigation system to reach the Hawk Conservancy Trust, particularly using the postal code, you must ignore it if it directs you to leave the A303 before Sarson Lane. The Trust is accessed from the A303, and there is no other route that is simpler, faster or shorter. The Trust is well and clearly signposted from the A303 from both directions.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Certificate of Excellence 2019
- Very Good167
- NeilfromGibGibraltarTrip Type:CouplesA MUST DOFriday, 14th February 2020Hey this was for me a most fabulous day even in the bad weather of February. Very highly recommended as a day out , make it a whole day as there is lots to see and several flying experiences to... Read full review
- Deadwood2222Southampton, United KingdomTrip Type:CouplesBest birds of prey place in Hampshire.Friday, 14th February 2020What can I say about the Hawk Conservancy Trust, me and my partner have been visiting this beautiful part of England for well over 10 years and have enjoyed immensely every time we have visited the... Read full review
- Nomad724657Dorchester, United KingdomTrip Type:Friends getawayBrilliant day outTuesday, 18th February 2020We’ve been several times now. What a fantastic day out. The staff are all extremely friendly and passionate about their birds. We saw three bird displays today and got to fly a Harris Hawk. The... Read full review