The Scottish Deer Centre, Cupar
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
Get an up-close look at Scotland’s wildlife at the The Scottish Deer Centre. Set on 22 hectares (55 acres) of Fife countryside, the center houses 14 species of other animals native to the region including otters, wolves, and several birds of prey. Attend a hawk handling to hear more about these amazing birds or help feed one of the hand-reared young deer. Take a treetop walk through the Witches Woods for a bird’s-eye view of the area. Before leaving, visit the center’s woolen mill store or Highland food and whiskey shop for traditional Scottish products to take home. A visit to The Scottish Deer Centre represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Cupar vacation builder to plot your vacation.
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Went back after been there as a kid. Wasn't the same. Would be better if you could get closer to the deer. Wooded area closed of due to rain. But I'll just put this down as bad weather n scored it fro... read more »
The Scottish Deer Centre is a great day out for everyone, young and old. Facilities are good, nice little cafe sells simple but delicious food. Lots of animals for kids to see and learn about. Guided ... read more »
Great place and always somewhere we me and my wife love to go. Brilliant animals! However a slightly disappointing visit today as 18 pounds for me and my wife (our one year old went for free). Entered... read more »
My wife and I visited today (March 2016) and had a very enjoyable day. The animals all seemed to be in excellent condition and had large enclosures with plenty to keep them interested. The staff we encountered were excellent and extremely helpful and knowledgeable. A grand day out and a good lunch half way through.
Just back from a family day at the Scottish Deer Centre. Fab day for all the family. The children loved the fact that they could feed the deer and pet the deer rather than just looking at them through fences. They had a fun on the indoor and outdoor play areas and go carts. The bird of prey display was great and the birds got to fly and land amongst everyone. You got to see the lynx, bears, wolves, fox and other animals in action at the feeding time (3pm). The food at the café was enjoyable and not over priced and tasteless that can be found in some of these family event places. In all we recommend it as a place to visit and we are looking forward to our return visit. Not many places provide enough items of interest that can take up your whole day. This one ticks all the boxes, we spent over 5 hours there. Only left that early a we had to return home to let our dog out!
bears still in hibernation , tree top walk closed , basically a glorified kids fun park , £26 family four entry fee, sorry feel a little hard done by
great place to take the family. bird (owls, harriers, hawks etc) shows, wolves, bears, fox, elk, moose, and more. you can tell the staff really care about the animals.. it is more than just a job...
Had a great day! Learnt a lot from the friendly and knowledgeable guides. Able to see most of the animals close up. Cafe was reasonably priced with good food!
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