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What’s On at Birdland 2022

Find out what’s in store for visitors to Birdland in 2022! Home to over 500 birds ranging from England’s only breeding colony of king penguins and awesome birds of prey to parrots, cassowaries and cranes, Birdland has a mix of free-flying and enclosed habitats and a whole host of fun...

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Spike’s Seasonal Gift Guide

We’ve asked one of our most popular residents what’s on his wish list this Christmas and he’s got some great ideas for you to gift loved ones over the festive period. Penguin Feeding Experience Penguin lovers rejoice! Our most popular gift experience is perfect for people who love the flipper...

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Snowy Owl at Birdland Park and Gardens credit Cotswold House Photography 710x335 - October Half Term 2021

October Half Term 2021

Visitors will be able to let their imagination fly away with them during October Half Term Holidays, 23rd – 31st October, with a special Halloween themed ‘Myths & Legends’ week at Birdland Park & Gardens. Discover where the legend of the phoenix came from and find out which bird’s call...

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Flamingos at Birdland Park & Gardens

Summer of Feathered Fun at Birdland

There’s a summer of feathered fun just waiting to be discovered at Birdland Park and Gardens throughout the school holidays (24th July – 5th September.) Among the exciting schedule of daily entertainments are penguin, pelican and flamingo feedings. Visitors can find out all about the different species, what they like...

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web Eight New Humboldt Penguin Chicks being shown around by current residents at Birdland Park Gardens. Photo credit Cotswold House Photography 710x335 - New Arrivals Flock to Birdland Park & Gardens

New Arrivals Flock to Birdland Park & Gardens

Visitors to a high-flying attraction will not be the only new arrivals this half term. Birdland Park and Gardens, home to more than 500 species, has recently extended its family with an intake of spectacular feathered friends. Among the more exotic incomers are a quartet of rare Vietnamese pheasant chicks....

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jan 2020 Lilac breasted roller3 8510 710x335 - Birdland May Update

Birdland May Update

We are happy to announce that from the beginning of May Half Term (29th) Birdland will resume Feeding Displays and Keeper Talks. We are continuing with the series of additional guidelines that we have put in place to ensure everybody can enjoy their visit safely. All visitors (except annual pass holders)...

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Birdland Penguin Shore Humboldts King Penguins. Birdland Park Gardens. Gloucestershire. jpg 1 710x335 - Penguin Week this May Half Term (29th May – 6th June)

Penguin Week this May Half Term (29th May – 6th June)

You're invited to waddle along to Birdland Park & Gardens over the May Half Term holidays (29th May – 6th June) and join our Penguin Week celebrations. There’s plenty of penguin-themed events and activities taking place throughout the holidays. We are proud to look after England’s only breeding colony of...

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Jurassic Journey at Birdland Park & Gardens

It’s Dino Weekend this May Bank Holiday!

Intrepid dinosaur hunters and budding palaeontologists are invited to enjoy a weekend of prehistoric fun and adventure here at Birdland over the May Bank Holiday (1st – 3rd May). Travel back 65 million years to when dinosaurs roamed the Cotswolds and discover the Jurassic Journey at Birdland Park & Gardens,...

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Parrots at Birdland park & Gardens in the Cotwolds


We are happy to announce that Birdland will reopen its gates to visitors from Monday 12th April in line with government guidance. All visitors (except annual pass holders) will have to pre-book online prior to arrival and there will be a cap on daily attendance. You will not be able...

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Jurassic Journey

We are open as normal, however the Jurassic journey area is not accessible, as it is still flooded. We expect the river to recede in the next couple of days. Sorry for any incovenience.

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