On Saturday 16 July a festival celebration will be held at Chester Cathedral Falconry and Nature Gardens.
The celebration will include a bouncy castle, face painting, extensive reptile shows, coconut shy, a penalty shootout and more in addition to the centre’s beloved 13 birds of prey, including vultures, owls and an eagle, and educational nature gardens.
In the past year the falconry centre has welcomed nearly 7,000 visitors and has proven to be one of Chester’s hidden gems rising on TripAdvisor to number 7 of 84 things to do in Chester.
Within its first year the Falconry and Nature Gardens has seen many additions to the centre including Madagascan hissing cockroaches, giant African land snails, a bearded dragon and a corn snake. Bird and bat boxes have been added to the nature gardens along with a virtual bee hive and children’s play area.
Families are invited to the centre during the summer school holidays with a Summer Holiday Family Pass which allows for unlimited entry for a family (up to 2 adults and 3 children) between Saturday 16th July 2016 and Wednesday 7th September 2016. The pass costs only £25 and can be purchased in person at the centre or by ringing the Box Office at 01244 500959.
The family-friendly birthday day celebration will take place on Saturday 16 July at Chester Cathedral Falconry and Nature Gardens. All are invited to attend.
Adults cost £3, children cost £2.50 and a family day pass (2 adults and up to 3 children) cost £10. Families receive free admission with a Summer Holiday Family Pass.