The International Centre for Birds of Prey, Newent
(4.7/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web)
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  • while on holiday myself and husband visited the ICBP and glad we did. The flying displays were very good and informative. Birds are well looked after. We had a drink and something to eat at the cafĂ© w...  more »
  • Was given a "Hawk Experience Day" for my birthday. Finally got to use it this November. Fortunately the weather was kind. The day included the chance to get up close and personal with many birds of pr...  more »
  • This establishment has many owls and raptors from various parts of the world; both large and small. The flying displays are some of the best we have seen, with a good variance of birds used and excell...  more »
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  • True to their name, they only display birds of prey and very good at that. From tiny Burrowing Owls to massive Condors, one can see the birds of prey found all over the world. Their flying displays (weather dependent of course) are top notch with excellent and engaging commentary. One to has see how the birds respond to the falconers to enjoy their show displays. Nice photography opportunities from the bird displays. It is sad that these majestic birds are persecuted in many parts of the World including our country. They also home rescued birds of prey. Credit to the entire team that participates in breeding these birds and releasing some to the wild. Try the coffee shop that also do limited but delicious hot food. Very good service.
  • A fantastic centre of excellence. Beautiful Birds of Prey. Dynamic demonstrations and so much vital education. Jemima Parry Jones and her great team keep up your great conservation job.
  • Absolutely amazing place. Loved everything about it! Would definitely go back there. There were some amazing photography oppurtunities provided with the stunning demonstrations and friendly staff/volunteers. Highly recommend this to anyone who enjoys photography or birds of prey. Keep up the good work guys!
  • We spent a wonderful day here while on holiday nearby. Really friendly and committed team who shared their knowledge and passion for these fabulous birds. The grounds are beautifully set out and tended. The coffee shop reasonably priced so we all ate here saving on packing up a picnic. The displays are the highlight of the day so not to be missed. The birds demonstrated their skills and personality and the handlers interacted with them and the visitors well imparting lots of information delivered with humour and sincerity. We enjoyed the company of the four very well behaved labrador dogs. There is an area inside the coffee shop whey they are not permitted so if you don't want to eat along side them you don't have to. We were happy to sit with them. It is after all their home. We hope to visit again in the future and hope they have sufficient support to continue their work to promote and protect birds of prey worldwide.
  • Visited a few months ago and going back with my daughter today. A fantastic day out, fair prices and such a worthwhile charity. The work Jemima is doing is invaluable and she makes the flying displays so interesting with a bit of fun thrown in for good measure. She's as crazy as a box of frogs but that's what makes her so entertaining. I'd recommend this place to anyone for a fabulous day out. Wayne Withers