• Summer Fun with Birds in Birdland

    Last week we went to Birdland in Bourton-on-the-Water on our #SummerStaycation in the Cotswolds. It was fabulous… as it always is. On a beautiful and super sunny day, it was the perfect thing to do on half term in the Cotswolds.

    We had a wonderful time at Birdland. It truly is one of the most wonderful attractions in the Cotswolds and with woodland, rivers and gardens being home to the more than 500 birds, it is one of the most naturally beautiful too.

    The inhabitants at Birdland are penguins, flamingos, pelicans, storks, ducks, chickens, parrots, toucans and many, many more. A couple of cheeky tortoises and rabbits live there too, something that just adds an extra, exciting element to the up-close-and-personal animal experience in the park.


    ^^ Pictures are a compilation of all our years of going to Birdland ^^


    The Jurassic Journey

    The Jurassic Journey at Birdland is something the kids always look forward to… they’ve been on The Jurassic Journey trail for the past 5-6 years and they’ve loved it as much as the last time, every single time. Walking the trail and discovering the life-size dinosaurs, all hidden in and among the trees and woodland.


    ^^ Pictures are a compilation of all our years of going to Birdland ^^


    Flamingo Cafe and Discovery Zone

    We stopped for a coffee and cake at The Flamingo Cafe and were pleasantly surprised at the very reasonable prices at Birdland’s cafe. It was clean, staff was very friendly and the outside seating area was just the most picture-perfect spot for a break. The cafe is right next to The Discovery Zone, the part of the park dedicated to offering a real insight into the life of birds.

    With family tickets from just over £25, the entrance fee to Birdland is well worth it, and you can spend a good half day in this super Cotswold attraction located right in the centre of Bourton-on-the-Water, so the other half and more can be spent int his wonderful town with all it’s great shops, eateries and museums.