Your culture attendant: things to do in Kempston

A THING TO DO TODAY

KEMPSTON
Price: £12.50 (adult)
Time: 2-4 hours
Meet some of over 200 birds of prey at Herrings Green Activity Farm, on Cotton End Road in Wilstead, where you can get up close to hawks, falcons and eagles and even have a go yourself at flying an owl - as well as watching the professionals do it in flying demonstrations. Check the itinerary and go along to discover these majestic creatures in flight.
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KEMPSTON
BEDFORD
52.11599, -0.50044


Sunrise: 04:44
Sunset: 19:28
Weather: few clouds, 25°C max, 14°C min


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