Eagle Heights is undergoing some exciting changes!

From October onwards, we will be starting some important building works to enhance the centre and introduce some new attractions. We will remain OPEN during this time with daily flying displays outside.

Whilst we aim to keep inconvenience to a minimum, with a project of this scale there will be minor closures and affects on the day to day running. If you have any specific requirements and wish to check suitability, please email us directly and we will be happy to assist.

We appreciate your patience and understanding and hope you are as excited as we are for the future of EHWF!

"They do the best displays I have seen anywhere!"

Plan Your Visit

* March Displays *

During the week in MARCH there are no 'displays' but Birds are being flown throughout the day which visitors are welcome to watch and chat to the handlers.

At weekends, the flying demos will be at 12noon and 3pm with Bird Handling at 2pm.

We look forward to seeing you!

From 28th October 2018 - 31st March 2019 - We are open everyday 11am - 4pm Last admission is 2.30pm

Opening Times

Open from 11am till 4pm

7 days a week

* In the event of bad weather, displays are held inside!

Disabled friendly and facilities available

Daily Schedule

First Display 12 Noon

Bird Handling at 2pm*

Second Display 3pm

* Bird Handling - Weekends and School Holidays Only

Admission Prices

  • Adult £9.95
  • Disabled** £7.95
  • Student* £7.95
  • Carer*** £7.95
  • 65's and over £7.95
  • Child (3-14) £5.95
  • Babies & Toddlers (0-2yrs) FREE

Get In Touch

Email: office@eagleheights.co.uk

Telephone: 01322 866 577


14th-16th SEPT 2018

We are raising money to improve the lives of our Eagles housed at Eagle Heights Wildlife Foundation because their current accommodation is 21 years old and although it might be considered adequate we feel they need an upgrade to modern standards. Although the cost for this has been quoted at £15,000 we are looking for assistance from you, the public, for £5000.

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Educational Trips

Stimulate the pupils interest in the marvels of nature and make them aware of how important it is to conserve wildlife and the habitat that supports all living creatures, including themselves.

A wide range of subjects are covered within the National Curriculum including life processes, living things, adaptation, food chains, camouflage, flight, population dynamics, predator-prey relationships, pollution and habitat destruction.

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Husky Summer Camp 2018!

The Husky experience is now offering you the chance to camp with our huskies! With spectacular views across the Darenth Valley, husky hugs round the camp fire, and waking up to the beautiful sound of singing song birds in the morning this truly is an unforgettable experience.

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Mission Statement

To assist the general public in their understanding of animals and the natural environment in which we and they live.

To cultivate leadership.

To encourage philanthropic practices, and a good level of respect for all.

To encourage the general public, and our staff to be aware of the impact that their behaviour will have on the environment and those around them.

To provide affordable, educational and outdoor recreational activities in a safe, clean and inviting environment for people of all ages and backgrounds through sound business and management practices which do not affect the local environment.

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