Entertainment, Mini Beasts and Animal Extras at Birdworld

In a nutshell

Visit Birdworld during this period to enjoy some special entertainment, creepy crawlies and extra animal fun!

Taking place at

Birdworld  Holt Pound, Farnham, Surrey GU10 4LD

Contact details

Tel: 01420 22140

Web: www.birdworld.co.uk

Entertainment, Mini Beasts and Animal Extras at Birdworld details...

Open 24 Jul - 1 Sep

Each weekday during this period visitors to Birdworld on the Surrey and Hampshire border will be able to enjoy some extra fun and excitement!

On different days during the week, children can see either entertainer Crazee Hazee, performers from Chubby’s World of Magic or watch fascinating animal extras and talks hosted by the Birdworld Keepers!

In order to see what entertainment or animal extras are on which days, please visit Birdworld’s full summer calendar at http://birdworld.co.uk/summer-events-calendar/

During the week of the 7th to the 11th of August it’s Mini Beast Safari Week and all sorts of unusual creatures will take over the Park! See the Park’s Keepers introducing slithering and crawling critters; make specially themed arts and crafts; take part in face painting; follow a bug-themed activity trail and lots more.

There’s always so much to see and do at Birdworld, which is one of  the largest bird parks. Besides all the lovely birds, there’s also Underwater World and Jenny Wren children’s farm. Enjoy animal encounters, flying displays, feeding times, and the Discovery Theatre Shows!

Remember to leave time to feed the penguins! Learn all about these adorable characters and their very unique personalities. A very popular activity at Birdworld!

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One of England's largest bird parks to go face to face with an array of birds, mammals and reptiles, including penguins, piranhas and parrots!

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