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Thorp Perrow

#1 of 8 things to do in Bedale Features Animals
Kings Keld Bank | Bedale, Bedale DL8 2PR, England
+44 1677 425323
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Lovely visit

Beautiful place to walk around, the trails are marked for you on a map with the best of the season... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Carlisle, United Kingdom
Thorp Perrow Arboratum,even beautifull during a rainy day

With a lot of pleasure we have visited the arboratum. We were surprised about the lot of variations... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sliedrecht, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
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“birds of prey” (126 reviews)
“tea room” (45 reviews)
“bird display” (15 reviews)
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Kings Keld Bank | Bedale, Bedale DL8 2PR, England
+44 1677 425323
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Beautiful place to walk around, the trails are marked for you on a map with the best of the season. The bluebells and lilac trees smelled gorgeous and there are loads of wild flowers as well as trees. An easy place to walk around, no...More

Thank kathwr
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

With a lot of pleasure we have visited the arboratum. We were surprised about the lot of variations in trees. It was, if you were on an expedition and found a lot of new species. Because it was raining we had a private demonstration with...More

Thank JoostVerhoef
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A lovely setting for a gentle woodland stroll. The birds of pray centre whilst informative when a display is in progress is pretty basic beyond that and the other animals kept on site are far from inspiring, so if this is the driver for your...More

Thank David H
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were so lucky to visit Thorp Perrow on a glorious day in May. We arrived just after it opened and didn't leave until just before closing time. It was a mid week day and because the grounds are so extensive it felt very peaceful....More

Thank Bamber2017
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a magical place, so beautiful and peaceful, and an all round treat for the senses. We visited in early May and the bluebells and cherry blossoms were blooming. We saw ducklings and baby meerkats - so sweet. The staff were extremely welcoming and...More

Thank Riskyratty
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

As long as the weather behaves (because this is a completely outdoors activity), this is a lovely place to visit whatever the time of year. We visited just as the bluebells were starting to appear, so everything was very pretty. The arboretum is great to...More

Thank Neldoo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a really lovely place for a family day out - there's so much to discover or you can just enjoy each other's company in the beautiful arboretum. I can imagine the car park presents a bit of a challenge in wet weather (it's...More

Thank Abi C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful place with a lot to see and do. I went with my 2 year old son and he loved every minute. Plenty of space, things to look at and the animals were a great addition. Snacks / food were fairly priced but lots of...More

Thank Olivia F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A very pleasant attraction, lay out very interesting plenty of walks through the woods and the Birds of Prey are a wonderful attraction also the wallaby enclosures were a great experience. Highly recommended!. The tea room has a limited food offer but the quality was...More

Thank Bill W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Visited on 1st May. Lovely place with so much to see. Being early spring, the flowers and blossom were gorgeous and we were fortunate to have blue skies and sunshine for most of the visit. Lovely walks. Great place to relax and play. Well worth...More

Thank J B
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Is it suitable for young children 11 months?
2 April 2016|
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Can you tell me please are we allowed in with our two Greyhound dogs on the lead ... Thank you
7 July 2015|
Response from 893SUE |
Hi, yes you are allowed to take dogs, there is plenty of lovely grounds to walk around. There is a place to tie your dogs up (safely) when you want to see the owls/birds