Eagles Flying, with more than 100 raptors Ireland´s largest Bird of Prey Centre, makes your dreams come true. Their unique training methods make it possible to allow visitors to have the closest contact with raptors. You can enjoy this most outstanding experience every day when attending the entertaining Bird Shows. They start at 10:30 and 14:30 and in the case of rain, the show is available in an indoor arena. You really should see the “Bird Whisperers“ at work! Of course, there are also incredible photo opportunities.
Enjoy guided tours, take a walk through parklands, see birds in aviaries and cuddle animals in the petting zoo.
Eagles Flying, the multi-award winning, premier tourist attraction in the North-West, is really worthwhile a visit, suiting all ages and pockets.
Open Daily April 1 to November 7
Daily 10:30-12:30h & 14:30-16:30h
April – November 07. Two shows daily, see website for details.
DINING / REFRESHMENTS: Kiosk offering beverages and snacks
PARKING: Free car and coach parking on-site.
GROUPS: Group rates available (minimum 16 people or more). Pre-booking required.
ALL WEATHER: In case of rain, the shows will be presented indoors.
Coming on the N4 from DUBLIN or SLIGO you take the N17 towards Galway at Toberbride roundabout. After having passed through Ballinacarrow, take the first official road to the left – according to the sign. Facing the white gates of Temple House turn left towards Ballymote. The next road to the left will take you to our entrance (on the right hand side).
Driving on the N17 from GALWAY towards Sligo, you will pass through Tubbercurry. About 6 km after having passed Achonry Creamery (Connacht Gold) you will drive along the old walls of Temple House demesne on the right hand side. The first road to the right (signposted for Eagles Flying) will lead you past the white gates of Temple House. Keep on driving straight ahead. The next road to the left will take you to our entrance (on the right hand side).
Ballymote, Co. Sligo, Ireland
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