"World of Owls" hopes to bring people, young and old, from all sections of the community to a beautiful location where they can be shown the need for conservation by one of nature's most wonderful creatures. The education program of the "World of Owls" is designed to facilitate the National Curriculum's key stages in order to help Northern Ireland's younger generation learn about a range of topics including environmental and ecological issues.The primary objectives of the “World of Owls” are to insure the survival of the world's owls. This will run hand in hand with conservation, education, research and restoration of the wild habitat the owls need.It is also the "World of Owls" aim to have a visitor centre that can be enjoyed by every section of the community. The "World of Owls" centre is wheelchair accessible. Staff are trained in all aspects of working with the public including special needs training.The "World of Owls" at Randalstown Forest has a range of facilities that enables it to be a visitor destination for a full day visit. There is an indoor and outdoor display area, shop, café, outdoor displays, walks, play area and services.The "World of Owls" is also benefiting province wide community groups by providing job skills training to a number of different welfare, and community based organisations. Enterprise Ulster has contributed assistance to Northern Irelands community in a number of ways for some years now and World of Owls has also benefited from their help. Opening HoursTuesday - Sunday (March to October) 11am to 6pm: last admission 5pmTuesday - Sunday (November to February) 11am to 4pm:last admission 3pmAdmissionAdults £4.00, Children & OAPs £3.00Special rates for groups (10+) on request.All proceeds go to the animals in the care of the centre.
Randalstown Forest Park, Randalstown
The World of Owls
028 94 472 307
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