UK’s largest birds of prey show takes flight at Warwick Castle from this weekend

Featuring daring acrobatics, gymnastic grace and ballet dancer precision, Warwick Castle’s brand new show

The Falconer’s Quest launches this Saturday, 6 April, with a cast of over 70 birds of prey – up to 40 of which will be flying simultaneously
The UK’s largest display of avian adventure is coupled with the riveting storyline of Hobby, a young falconer who seeks out the world’s most stunning birds to win favour with the Earl of Warwick. The show sees many of the world’s most incredible birds swooping mere inches from the audience including the nimble peregrine falcon, the huge Andean Condor, majestic bald eagle, wise eagle owl and rarely seen Lammergeier, as well as many more.

The Falconer’s Quest is included as part of general admission to Warwick Castle and continues until 3 November 2019; tickets start from £19 per person (based on booking a minimum of five days in advance). Overnight stays at the Castle, including bed and breakfast, access to the Castle on two days and all shows start from £43 per person, based on a family of four staying in a Woodland Lodge. Access to the Castle’s dungeons is not included.

Visit www.warwick-castle.com to find out more or to book.

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