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Liberty's Owl, Raptor and Reptile Centre is named after Liberty, our Alaskan Bald Eagle, one of the many birds of prey that we have on display at the Centre, which is located just outside Ringwood near the natural beauty of Hampshire's New Forest National Park, and close to the splendour of Dorset's World Heritage "Jurassic" Coast.
At Liberty's you will find a large collection of Birds Of Prey, including Owls, Hawks, Falcons and Vultures, as well as a collection of Reptiles and other creepy crawlies in our Reptile House.
We also offer falconry experience days, photographic experience days and hawking days to people who want to take up the opportunity to enjoy a closer encounter with some of our birds.
Dogs are not allowed into the attraction, please note that kennels are provided for your dog free of charge.
|Season Dates||Opening Hours|
|Tue 1 Nov 2016 - Tue 28 Feb 2017||Sat - Sun 10:00 to 16:00|
Last Admission 1 hour before closing.
Adults - £8.95
Children (5-15 years) - £5.95
Under 5's - Free
Senior - £7.95
Family (2A+2C) - £27.50
Group rates available on request/booking.
Please note Dogs are not allowed into the attraction, please note that kennels are provided for your dog free of charge.
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Take the exit off the A31 marked Poulner, Hightown and Crow, go up the slip road until you reach the roundabout at the top, go straight across as though you are heading back towards the A31, but take the turning on the left before you reach the A31 again, into Eastfield Lane. Follow this down until you reach the junction with Crow Lane on the right (opposite the Elm Tree Pub). Turn on to Crow Lane and follow the road for a while, you will find us on the right. Route is marked with Brown Tourist Attraction Road Signs.
Take the exit off the A31 just past the main Ringwood exit marked Poulner, Hightown and Crow. At the roundabout at the end of the slip road take the first exit left. Follow that road until you reach a T junction, keeping to the left, and turn left, which will take you over the A31, until you reach a roundabout. Take the exit to the right as though you are heading back on to the A31, but take the turn off on the left into Eastfield Lane before you reach the A31. Follow this down until you reach the junction with Crow Lane on the right (opposite the Elm Tree Pub). Turn on to Crow Lane and follow the road for a while, you will find us on the right. Route is marked with Brown Tourist Attraction Road Signs.
- Baby changing facilities
- Coach parties accepted
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
- Gift shop
- On-site light refreshments
- Public toilets
- Wheelchairs available
- Children welcome
- Dogs accepted