Birdworld is one of England’s largest bird parks. Covering 26 acres, it is located south west of the town of Farnham, Surrey near the Alice Holt Forest.
The park includes Underwater World, Birdworld’s own aquarium and Jenny Wren children’s farm. There are more than 150 different species of birds, many of which are critically endangered, as well as a flock of pelicans on pelican island, one of the largest free flying parrot aviaries in the world, two flourishing penguin colonies, a seashore themed aviary and a birds of prey area.
Underwater World, houses a variety of fish and reptiles including two rescued crocodiles. There is also a group of Hermann’s tortoises in the park, and many wild grey heron that are attracted by the fish fed to the penguins and pelicans. Jenny Wren Farm has a popular children’s petting zoo, and houses a number of farm animals as well as a small pet shop. There is also a wide range of food served on site, freshly prepared by their own catering division.
Birdworld is open from 10am until 6pm (March 27th – Oct 29th inclusive) and 10am until 4.30pm during winter every day. Last admissions are an hour before closing.
Prices above are peak times only. Please see website before visiting to see current admission prices.