Abbotsbury Swannery205 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: New Barn Road, Abbotsbury, Weymouth DT3 4JG, England, United Kingdom
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +4401305-871858
- Ticket Price: 12 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Park, Family And Kids, Nature, Bird Watching
The Swannery was founded by Benedictine Monks during 1040s. Abbotsbury Swannery has become a popular spot for tourists in Dorset. It’s located on Dorset coast. The Swannery has no cages for swans; they are set free for flying. Abbotsbury Swannery is popular with filmmakers and the location has been used for filming of Harry Potter movie. It’s not a zoo; it’s a sanctuary for swans.
Abbotsbury Swannery Travel Tips
- Dogs are not allowed.
- Free parking is available.
Entrance Ticket Details For Abbotsbury Swannery
- Children: 8.50 Euros
- Super saver family tickets: 39 Euros
- Annual season tickets: Adult: 37 Euros, Children: 35 Euros, Super saver: 75 Euros
- Disabled person: Need to pay full rate for tickets.
- Group tickets: Adult: 8 Euros, Children: 5.50 Euros
- Group passport tickets: Adult: 13 Euros, Children: 10 Euros
- School groups tickets: Teacher: 8 Euros, Children: 5.50 Euros
How to Reach Abbotsbury Swannery
- By car
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95% of people who visit Abbotsbury include Abbotsbury Swannery in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
74.73% of people start their Abbotsbury Swannery visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Abbotsbury Swannery
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Abbotsbury Swannery
Abbotsbury Swannery Reviews & Ratings
Love this place. We saw the owls as well in a separate marquee. The Swans were all beautiful. We had great fun riding the quad bikes. Would come again and again!! Beautiful surroundings and it was fantastic.
Third visit to this lovely heritage site. Hundreds is swans and cygnets, and I was pleased to see two Australian visitors, black swans amongst the white. Feeding time talk was fascinating. Wonderful cafe with excellent cream teas.
Very pleasant afternoon at the Swannery. Firstly the village itself is a nice old fashioned location with usual tea rooms. The Swannery you'll need to walk from gift shop to bottom end of the site. Various references to the history of the site, well stocked tea room, clean toilets, numerous pens with parenting families. Good afternoon.
Fantastic place with something for absolutely everyone. My 7yr old son who has autism loved this place, it was so calming and there was lots of space. The wonderful tractor driver let him have a go at driving the tractor which has been the highlight of his holiday so far! The swans were well cared for and the birds of prey were stunning. The maze and go karts were great fun, a really enjoyable day out.
Beautiful grounds and lovely birds with a count of over 800 mute swans at the recent round up which occurred in the week before we visited. There are also at least 4 stray black swans hanging out amongst the others throughout the expansive grounds. Watching the feeding is a delight, with the non-reproducing swans distracted first so as to let the those pairs or single parents with young eat in relative peace. Several folks are invited to join in the feeding of the massive flock. Many trails to follow and a nice gift shop as well. Educational and a place I could see returning to time and again - just like the swans.
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